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The Latest: Shooting Of Stephon Clark

Family courtesy photo via AP

This March 18, 2018 photo, courtesy of the family, shows Stephon Clark at 5:20 p.m. in the afternoon before he died in a hail of police gunfire in the backyard of his grandmother Sequita Thompson's home in Sacramento, Calif.

Family courtesy photo via AP

On Sunday, March 18, 2018, Stephon Clark was shot and killed by two Sacramento police officers. On Wednesday, March 21, Sacramento Police released body camera and helicopter video of the shooting. Following that, protesters filled the streets of Sacramento, demanding charges against the two officers and changes to police procedures.

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We'll be continuing to cover this story as it develops. Check back here for the latest updates, conversations and analysis.

 

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In The Neighborhood Where Stephon Clark Died, Mayor Unveils Plan To Spend $200 Million On Economic Inequality In Sacramento

February 19, 2019 | Pauline Bartolone | Bob Moffitt | Sammy Caiola | Nick Miller

During his annual State of the City speech on Tuesday, Mayor Darrell Steinberg announced a proposal that would spend $40 million annually in Measure U revenue over the next five years on often-neglected neighborhoods.

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Stephon Clark’s Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against City Of Sacramento, Seeking More Than $20 Million In Damages

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The lawsuit accuses the officers of excessive, unreasonable force and other civil rights violations, but also claims the city did not give its officers proper instruction, such as how to engage in a pursuit of a suspect.

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Black Lives Matter, Police Supporters Demonstrate Outside Law Enforcement Convention In Sacramento

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The BLM protest of the COPSWEST Training & Expo at the Sacramento Convention Center was planned to mark six months since the shooting of Stephon Clark. It comes a day after a Sacramento Sheriff's deputy was shot and killed in Rancho Cordova.

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