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Stephon Clark Shooting
On March 18, Stephon Clark, an unarmed 22-year-old black man and father of two young children, was shot and killed by two Sacramento police officers. Since then, the city has experienced nearly two weeks of continuous unrest and volatile protests. State Attorney General Xavier Becerra said his office would investigate the incident, at the request of the Sacramento Police Department. And today, the results of an independent autopsy ordered by Clark’s family were…

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  1. What a circus. Clark was on parole for felonies, he was breaking into cars and had drugs in his possession. A ticket back to prison. He also had issues with domestic violence, his fiancee that now sheds thos crocodile tears had to hide in a closet and herself called the cops on him. She is also on parole for violent offenses. The clip clearly shows the cops told him to stop and show his hands, he did not comply. No matter the color of your skin, if you do that you are in some serious trouble. Suicide by cop is what happened here. It has nothign to do with the color of clark's skin.

  2. Wow there is no justification for shooting an unarmed man in the dark in the back. They really let him bleed out! This is appalling.

    I knew the way they were talking to him after shooting him that they couldn't care less about getting him help. After all then he could have testified against them.

    There is no doubt in my mind officers study shootings like this and commit to killing an individual if they pull the trigger in the first place.

    They shot at him 20 times. To make sure he died

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