Members of Gomez’s family, friends from the UC Berkeley community and Inman’s Ashby Avenue housemates were in court for the 9 a.m. arraignment. The spectators were present when Gomez, wearing a red jail jumpsuit, met with a public defender, George Arroyo, in a small room adjoining the courtroom.
Well of course they is. You called them “he” rather than they’s preferred pronoun “they.” What kind of Bay Area lawyer are you not to first ask about pronouns?
Gomez, who is being held without bail at Alameda County’s Santa Rita Jail, was dragged from the courtroom as family and friends wept. One of the deputies had what appeared to be a deep scratch on one hand.
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Here’s Pablo’s Facebook page.