On his website, he says he recently started climbing skyscrapers to stop abortions. Posted a video during the ascent against a specific OB / GYN in Washington DC
VIDEO: Man climbs SF Salesforce Tower and provokes police reaction
This ascent was in response to the plan leaked to the Supreme Court’s abortion case Roe v. Wade.
Police say that around 9:21 a.m., police officers marked the man who climbed into the building. Police spotted him on the side of the building several floors up, wearing climbing equipment.
Roads have been closed in the immediate area and authorities are urging people to stay away.
VIDEO: Free man climbs the 1,070-foot Salesforce tower, reaches the top and is taken into custody
Police tried to contact the climber as he was climbing to remove him safely from the building, but instead surrounded him just as he reached the top.
According to Salesforce’s Website:
- The Salesforce Tower is 1,070 feet high with 61 floors and 1.4 million square feet of office space.
- It takes 39 seconds to travel by elevator from street level to the 61st floor.
- The foundation of the Salesforce Tower is attached to a rock, over 318 feet above the ground.
- 12,000 tons of steel were used in the construction of the Salesforce Tower.
- It took over 2.5 million man-hours to build the Salesforce Tower.
Stay tuned to ABC7 News for updates on this growing story.
The San Francisco Fire Department is on stage with other public security services at 415 Mission, Sales Force Tower for a reported climber who climbs the 60-storey tower. This person endangers the lives of firefighters and the safety of the public. AVOID THE AREA and join us in condemning this action. pic.twitter.com/QDpkfrYs4E
– MUSEUM FIRE DEPARTMENT AS FRANCISCO (@SFFDPIO) May 3, 2022
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