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>> First shot here, we see->> An independent autopsy report released Friday shows Stephon Clark was hit with eight bullets. When Sacramento police officers shot and killed the unarmed black man nearly two weeks ago. The autopsy performed by a former San Joaquin County forensic examiner and brought in by the family's attorneys.
Concluded that Clark was shot in the back six times, once from the side and then once from the front by a shot that hit him in the thigh.>> The proposition that has been presented, that he was assailing the officers, meaning he was facing the officers. Is inconsistent with the prevailing forensic evidence as documented at autopsy.
>> The city of Sacramento has been on edge ever since Clark's death, with angry protesters spilling into the streets nearly every day. And on Thursday, hundreds of mourners gathered to grieve for Clark at an emotional funeral service.>> I am.>> Stephon Clark.>> I am.>> Stephon Clark.
>> Show me your hands. Gun, gun, gun.
Clark was killed when two Sacramento police officers responding to complaints of someone breaking car windows. Chased him into his family's backyard, where they fired 20 shots believing he was armed. The encounter was captured by the officer's body cameras and a police helicopter, and was later released by the Sacramento police.
No weapon was found on Clark's body, only his iPhone. The Department of Justice said earlier this week that it would provide independent oversight of the police investigation into the shooting.