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>> A fifth day of protest in El Cajon, California, Saturday. A day after authorities released two videos of police shooting and killing an unarmed black man. The grainy video much of it without sound, unlikely to pacify community outrage over the incident which took place Tuesday.>> We are aware of the impact on the community of El Cajon as a result of the escalation of aggression from some demonstrators that has led to criminal activity.
Businesses are closing, schools are releasing students prematurely. All of these issues played a part in the decision or the discussion I had with Mayor Wells and the community to release the video.>> The footage comes from two sources, a camera mounted at the drive-thru window of a taco stand in El Cajon and the cellphone of a bystander.
Both show two officers confronting Ugandan-born Alfred Olango in the restaurant's parking lot before opening fire. In by standard video which lasts only about 17 seconds, a women thought to be a victim's sister can be heard shouting, Officer, don't shoot him, before at least four shots ringed out and she screams.
Twin. Authorities say the cops, Richard Gonsalves and Josh McDaniel, both 21-year veterans, were responding to emergency calls about a quote mentally unstable man walking in traffic. Police claim Olango has assumed a shooting stance, but the object he was holding was later determined to be a vaping device, not a gun.