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San Francisco police chief reverses on raid of journalist's home and apologizes

San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott apologized Friday for his officers' raid of a journalist's home to identify a confidential source, and said he was referring his department's investigation into the leak of a report on public defender Jeff Adachi's death to another agency.

Scott's public concession marked an abrupt reversal from just a few days ago, when he publicly stated his suspicion that journalist Bryan Carmody

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