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Woman injured by sheriff's vehicle at Sacramento protest

Woman injured by sheriff's vehicle at Sacramento protest

Since Clark's death, protests have roiled Sacramento and led to yet another uprising by a community imploring the government to do more in investigating deadly police shootings and prevent them. Barnes made the announcement at a rally he organized in the aftermath of the shooting Saturday.

Police had previously said officers fired 20 shots at Clark on the evening of March 18 after responding to a 911 call about a man who was breaking auto windows.

A "necessary force" standard would mean officers would not be allowed to shoot someone unless "there were no other reasonable alternatives to the use of deadly force" to stop the person from causing serious injury or death to another person, ACLU legislative advocate Lizzie Buchen said, KCRA reported.

The young black man was unarmed, police later said, and was found to be carrying only a cellphone. You're going to know him. "You don't know what it is like to go to the home that you grew up in and hear. that your brother was murdered in his grandmother's backyard".

The incident Saturday night threatens to exacerbate an already tense relationship between police and protesters in California's capital. "Louder! Louder! Louder!" he yelled.

"Unfortunately, in many protests that have developed to this scope, there are professional protesters and professional instigators that infiltrate the protest for their own purposes, as well as participants from out of the region that inflame and antagonize the event".

About 30 seconds later, a deputy calls in and says, "As I was driving away someone must have thrown something at my window".




"We fear what we don't know". "Let them know that Stephon Clark, Mike Brown, Aiyana Jones, Tamir Rice ..."

"In some ways, in recent years, he may be bringing it to the next level", Modiano said of Barnes" recent foray into activism.

The Clark family's lawyer, Benjamin Crump, said that the results contradict the police narrative of what happened the night he was killed. "Stephon Clark!". The video later showed a group of people surrounding a Sacramento County Sheriff police cruiser chanting "When people are occupied, resistance is justified".

In the footage, someone can be heard telling officers to mute their body cameras. The accident occurred as the police vehicle peeled away from protesters, reports said.

The peaceful demonstration that drew between 200 and 300 people to a downtown park came a day after a private autopsy released by the family showed Clark was shot from behind.

Clark also received a gunshot wound to his side and another to his left thigh, Omalu said.

Pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu, known for his study of a degenerative brain condition in football players, announced that Clark was hit by eight bullets - six in the back, one in the neck and one in the thigh - and took three to 10 minutes to die. Standing next to diagrams of the findings, he said that seven of the shots could have had a "fatal capacity".

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