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nearly a year after unarmed Stefan Clark was fatally shot by police prosecutors on Saturday say they will not file criminal charges against two Sacramento police officers involved in the shooting was a crime committed , there's no question , but when we look at the facts and the law and we follow our ethical responsibilities , the answer to that question with no , twenty two year old Clark was gunned down by police on March eighteenth and his grandparents backyard after police responded to a report of a person which was later confirmed to be Clark breaking car windows before he was killed officers discovered Clark near his grandparents home where he fled into the backyard , prosecutors on Saturday said that Clark advanced on the officers despite being told to stop and was in a quote shooting stance with his arm extended during the incident , police fired at Clark twenty times an autopsy report later concluded that Clark was shot seven times police say the officers who shot Clark feared he was holding a firearm but later found out he only had a cell phone what is all set with a set a dog taser , well my grass Clark's death sparked protests then added fuel to a national debate on police force against unarmed black people following Stefan's death his brother protest at a city council meeting in she did during his brother's funeral Sacramento's district attorney on Saturday said she hoped that the community stay United following the decision