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>> Hey, show me your hands, stop!>> Body camera footage released by the Sacramento Police Department shows the moment officers opened fire on 22 year old Stefan Clark in his grandmother's backyard.>>
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Fired seven shots fired.
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] down.>> Clark was killed. The officer's fired 20 times.
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The shooting has sparked protests by civil rights activists who see Clark's death as the latest example of an unarmed black man gunned down by police.>> Subject's down in the back yard. Do you have the gun? We haven't secured it.>> They believe that he pointed a firearm at them.
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>> Police said they thought Clark was holding a weapon. But no firearm was recovered at the scene, only a cell phone.>> He just broke the window, running south, running to the south.>> The officers were responding to reports of burglary and say they believed Clark smashed a number car windows and a sliding glass door in a South Sacramento Neighborhood.
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They later confronted him after a foot chase which ended in a hail of gunfire. Clark's family has hired a famed civil rights attorney to represent them.>> You're gonna remember like how you know Treyvon Martin, Mike Brown, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, you're gonna know him. You know what I mean?
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You're gonna remember this.>> Politicians, celebrities and activists express shock, calling the shooting senseless. Clark leaves behind two kids. The two officers involved in the shooting are on paid administrative leave.