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>> You know what I mean? I fear for the streets, and now I gotta fear for the cops.>> And it is time for things to change!>> This rally in downtown Sacramento was just one of many in protest to the police killing of Stephon Clark. Former Sacramento King's player Matt Barnes, called for accountability of Clark's death while vowing to help his now fatherless children.
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>> I'm in the process of starting a Clark Boys college scholarship fund.>> The rally coming after four straight nights of protests with California residents angry over an independent autopsy report, saying that the eight bullets that hit 22-year-old Stephon Clark did not hit him in the front. Refuting police accounts that Clark was moving toward officers in a threatening way when they fired.
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>> Throw down your gun!>> Clark was killed on March 18th when two Sacramento police officers responding to complaints of someone breaking car windows, chased him into his grandparent's backyard where they fired 20 shots. The officers said they feared Clark had a gun. But no weapon was found on Clark's body, only his cell phone.
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The Sacramento Police Department said it would have no further comments until after the release of the findings of an official autopsy by the county coroner, and a review by state and local prosecutors. But protesters say they're not backing down until justice is served.>> Whose Streets!>> Our Streets!
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>> Whose streets!