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Protesting Sacramento police killing of Stephon Clark

A protester wearing a "Black Lives Matter" earring chants slogans as she marches in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City, during a protest against the death of Stephon Clark in Sacramento, California, March 28, 2018. Clark, 22, was gunned down on the night of March 18 in his grandparents' backyard by police responding to a report that someone was breaking windows. Police said the officers who shot Clark 20 times feared he was holding firearm, but that he only had a cellphone.


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A protester wearing a "Black Lives Matter" earring chants slogans as she marches in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City, during a protest against the death of Stephon Clark in Sacramento, California, March 28, 2018. Clark, 22, was gunned down on...more

A protester wearing a "Black Lives Matter" earring chants slogans as she marches in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City, during a protest against the death of Stephon Clark in Sacramento, California, March 28, 2018. Clark, 22, was gunned down on the night of March 18 in his grandparents' backyard by police responding to a report that someone was breaking windows. Police said the officers who shot Clark 20 times feared he was holding firearm, but that he only had a cellphone. REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar
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Stephon Clark, 22, is visible on the ground after two police officers (L) shot him, in this still image captured from police aerial video footage released by Sacramento Police Department on March 21, 2018. 

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Stephon Clark, 22, is visible on the ground after two police officers (L) shot him, in this still image captured from police aerial video footage released by Sacramento Police Department on March 21, 2018. Courtesy Sacramento Police...more

Stephon Clark, 22, is visible on the ground after two police officers (L) shot him, in this still image captured from police aerial video footage released by Sacramento Police Department on March 21, 2018. Courtesy Sacramento Police Department/Handout via REUTERS
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An iPhone is visible next to Stephon Clark, shot by police officers in this still image captured from police bodycam video footage released March 21, 2018. His death was the most recent in a string of fatal shootings of black men by police that have prompted anger and a renewed national debate about bias in the U.S. criminal justice system.

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An iPhone is visible next to Stephon Clark, shot by police officers in this still image captured from police bodycam video footage released March 21, 2018. His death was the most recent in a string of fatal shootings of black men by police that have...more

An iPhone is visible next to Stephon Clark, shot by police officers in this still image captured from police bodycam video footage released March 21, 2018. His death was the most recent in a string of fatal shootings of black men by police that have prompted anger and a renewed national debate about bias in the U.S. criminal justice system. Courtesy Sacramento Police Department/Handout via REUTERS
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Protesters chant slogans as they march in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City, March 28, 2018. Police on March 21 released body camera and helicopter video of the shooting, sparking street protests the next day.


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Protesters chant slogans as they march in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City, March 28, 2018. Police on March 21 released body camera and helicopter video of the shooting, sparking street protests the next day. REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar

Protesters chant slogans as they march in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City, March 28, 2018. Police on March 21 released body camera and helicopter video of the shooting, sparking street protests the next day. REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar
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Protesters hold up an illustration as they march in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City, March 28, 2018. Clark's family disputes the police account that he had earlier been breaking windows, the family's attorney said on March 23. "This family completely rejects anything that the Sacramento Police Department tried to claim to justify this execution of their loved one," said Benjamin Crump, the family's attorney.

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Protesters hold up an illustration as they march in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City, March 28, 2018. Clark's family disputes the police account that he had earlier been breaking windows, the family's attorney said on March 23. "This family...more

Protesters hold up an illustration as they march in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City, March 28, 2018. Clark's family disputes the police account that he had earlier been breaking windows, the family's attorney said on March 23. "This family completely rejects anything that the Sacramento Police Department tried to claim to justify this execution of their loved one," said Benjamin Crump, the family's attorney. REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar
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Protesters chant slogans as they march in Times Square in the Manhattan borough of New York City, during a protest against the death of Stephon Clark in Sacramento, California, U.S. March 28, 2018. REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar

Protesters chant slogans as they march in Times Square in the Manhattan borough of New York City, during a protest against the death of Stephon Clark in Sacramento, California, U.S. March 28, 2018. REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar

Protesters chant slogans as they march in Times Square in the Manhattan borough of New York City, during a protest against the death of Stephon Clark in Sacramento, California, U.S. March 28, 2018. REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar
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Protesters hold signs and chant slogans as they march in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City, March 28, 2018. Police said Sacramento County sheriff's deputies in a helicopter saw Clark break a sliding glass door at a neighboring house, then hop a fence into a backyard. When officers confronted Clark in the backyard, he was holding an object officers feared was a firearm and they shot him 20 times, police said. It was later discovered he only had a cell phone. The deputies in the helicopter did not capture video of Clark breaking the glass door, Sacramento police spokeswoman Linda Matthew said. "I believe they turned on the camera after that happened," she said by phone. The Sacramento County District Attorney's Office is investigating the shooting. 


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Protesters hold signs and chant slogans as they march in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City, March 28, 2018. Police said Sacramento County sheriff's deputies in a helicopter saw Clark break a sliding glass door at a neighboring house, then hop...more

Protesters hold signs and chant slogans as they march in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City, March 28, 2018. Police said Sacramento County sheriff's deputies in a helicopter saw Clark break a sliding glass door at a neighboring house, then hop a fence into a backyard. When officers confronted Clark in the backyard, he was holding an object officers feared was a firearm and they shot him 20 times, police said. It was later discovered he only had a cell phone. The deputies in the helicopter did not capture video of Clark breaking the glass door, Sacramento police spokeswoman Linda Matthew said. "I believe they turned on the camera after that happened," she said by phone. The Sacramento County District Attorney's Office is investigating the shooting. REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar
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Protesters surround the entrance to Golden 1 Center before a game between the Sacramento Kings and the Dallas Mavericks in Sacramento, California, March 27, 2018. Twice, the protesters have blocked fans from reaching games played by the Sacramento Kings NBA basketball team at the Golden 1 Center.

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Protesters surround the entrance to Golden 1 Center before a game between the Sacramento Kings and the Dallas Mavericks in Sacramento, California, March 27, 2018. Twice, the protesters have blocked fans from reaching games played by the Sacramento...more

Protesters surround the entrance to Golden 1 Center before a game between the Sacramento Kings and the Dallas Mavericks in Sacramento, California, March 27, 2018. Twice, the protesters have blocked fans from reaching games played by the Sacramento Kings NBA basketball team at the Golden 1 Center. Sergio Estrada-USA TODAY Sports
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A general view Golden 1 center prior to the start of a game between the Dallas Mavericks and the Sacramento Kings, March 27, 2018. On Wednesday, the Kings said it will set up an education fund for Clark's children, as well as a partnership with a local activist group, the Build. Black. Coalition, and the Sacramento chapter of Black Lives Matter, to support youth education. "This fund cannot fix the issues that led to the death of their father, but it will secure opportunities for their futures while the family and the city grapples with healing," the team said in a statement.

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A general view Golden 1 center prior to the start of a game between the Dallas Mavericks and the Sacramento Kings, March 27, 2018. On Wednesday, the Kings said it will set up an education fund for Clark's children, as well as a partnership with a...more

A general view Golden 1 center prior to the start of a game between the Dallas Mavericks and the Sacramento Kings, March 27, 2018. On Wednesday, the Kings said it will set up an education fund for Clark's children, as well as a partnership with a local activist group, the Build. Black. Coalition, and the Sacramento chapter of Black Lives Matter, to support youth education. "This fund cannot fix the issues that led to the death of their father, but it will secure opportunities for their futures while the family and the city grapples with healing," the team said in a statement. Sergio Estrada-USA TODAY Sports
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Demonstrators march to protest the police shooting of Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, California, March 23, 2018. 

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Demonstrators march to protest the police shooting of Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, California, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong

Demonstrators march to protest the police shooting of Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, California, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong
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A protester holds up a sign as he marches in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City, March 28, 2018. REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar

A protester holds up a sign as he marches in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City, March 28, 2018. REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar

A protester holds up a sign as he marches in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City, March 28, 2018. REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar
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The house where Stephon Clark was slain is seen in Sacramento, March 24, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong

The house where Stephon Clark was slain is seen in Sacramento, March 24, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong

The house where Stephon Clark was slain is seen in Sacramento, March 24, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong
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The house where Stephon Clark was slain is seen in Sacramento, March 24, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong

The house where Stephon Clark was slain is seen in Sacramento, March 24, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong

The house where Stephon Clark was slain is seen in Sacramento, March 24, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong
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A sign is seen painted on the window of a car during a protest over the police shooting of Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. 

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A sign is seen painted on the window of a car during a protest over the police shooting of Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong

A sign is seen painted on the window of a car during a protest over the police shooting of Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong
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Candles light a sidewalk memorial to Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. 

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Candles light a sidewalk memorial to Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong

Candles light a sidewalk memorial to Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong
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Boston Celtics forward Al Horford is introduced before the start of a game against the Sacramento Kings at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, March 25, 2018. Players from both teams wore t-shirts during warmups in honor of Stephon Clark. 

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Boston Celtics forward Al Horford is introduced before the start of a game against the Sacramento Kings at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, March 25, 2018. Players from both teams wore t-shirts during warmups in honor of Stephon Clark. Mandatory...more

Boston Celtics forward Al Horford is introduced before the start of a game against the Sacramento Kings at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, March 25, 2018. Players from both teams wore t-shirts during warmups in honor of Stephon Clark. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports
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Sacramento Kings forward Vince Carter stands on the court before the start of the game against the Boston Celtics at Golden 1 Center, March 25, 2018. Seventeen players from the two teams also appeared in a public service message that was played on the giant jumbotron TV screen inside the Kings' home arena at Golden 1 Center during a time-out in their matchup. The 30-second spot, which carried the slogan "Accountability. We Are One," was greeted by cheers from among the thousands of fans attending the game, Kings spokesman Chris Clark said.

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Sacramento Kings forward Vince Carter stands on the court before the start of the game against the Boston Celtics at Golden 1 Center, March 25, 2018. Seventeen players from the two teams also appeared in a public service message that was played on...more

Sacramento Kings forward Vince Carter stands on the court before the start of the game against the Boston Celtics at Golden 1 Center, March 25, 2018. Seventeen players from the two teams also appeared in a public service message that was played on the giant jumbotron TV screen inside the Kings' home arena at Golden 1 Center during a time-out in their matchup. The 30-second spot, which carried the slogan "Accountability. We Are One," was greeted by cheers from among the thousands of fans attending the game, Kings spokesman Chris Clark said. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports
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Members of the Boston Celtics sit on the bench during a timeout against the Sacramento Kings in the third quarter, March 25, 2018. The same slogan appeared in white letters on the front of the black-T shirts players wore during their warm-up exercises during Sunday's game, with the social media hashtag "#StephonClark" on the back.

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Members of the Boston Celtics sit on the bench during a timeout against the Sacramento Kings in the third quarter, March 25, 2018. The same slogan appeared in white letters on the front of the black-T shirts players wore during their warm-up...more

Members of the Boston Celtics sit on the bench during a timeout against the Sacramento Kings in the third quarter, March 25, 2018. The same slogan appeared in white letters on the front of the black-T shirts players wore during their warm-up exercises during Sunday's game, with the social media hashtag "#StephonClark" on the back. Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports
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Members of the Boston Celtics stand on the court during a timeout against the Sacramento Kings in the third quarter, March 25, 2018. The on-court display, which the NBA announced on its official website under the headline: "Kings, Celtics Unite for Change," came three days after a Black Lives Matter protest of the Clark killing disrupted the Kings' previous home game against the Atlanta Hawks.

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Members of the Boston Celtics stand on the court during a timeout against the Sacramento Kings in the third quarter, March 25, 2018. The on-court display, which the NBA announced on its official website under the headline: "Kings, Celtics Unite for...more

Members of the Boston Celtics stand on the court during a timeout against the Sacramento Kings in the third quarter, March 25, 2018. The on-court display, which the NBA announced on its official website under the headline: "Kings, Celtics Unite for Change," came three days after a Black Lives Matter protest of the Clark killing disrupted the Kings' previous home game against the Atlanta Hawks. Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports
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Black Lives Matter demonstrators block the freeway near Golden 1 Center before a game between the Sacramento Kings and Atlanta Hawks, March 22, 2018. More than 200 demonstrators gathered on March 22 to denounce the shooting in a protest organized by the Black Lives Matter movement. The protests were orderly and police allowed a group of demonstrators to march onto Interstate 5 at the height of the commuter rush hour as they blocked all southbound lanes. Traffic was backed up on the highway, and through much of the downtown area, for hours.

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Black Lives Matter demonstrators block the freeway near Golden 1 Center before a game between the Sacramento Kings and Atlanta Hawks, March 22, 2018. More than 200 demonstrators gathered on March 22 to denounce the shooting in a protest organized by...more

Black Lives Matter demonstrators block the freeway near Golden 1 Center before a game between the Sacramento Kings and Atlanta Hawks, March 22, 2018. More than 200 demonstrators gathered on March 22 to denounce the shooting in a protest organized by the Black Lives Matter movement. The protests were orderly and police allowed a group of demonstrators to march onto Interstate 5 at the height of the commuter rush hour as they blocked all southbound lanes. Traffic was backed up on the highway, and through much of the downtown area, for hours. Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
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Black Lives Matter demonstrators march in downtown Sacramento, March 22, 2018. 

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Black Lives Matter demonstrators march in downtown Sacramento, March 22, 2018. Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Black Lives Matter demonstrators march in downtown Sacramento, March 22, 2018. Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
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Protesters surround the entrance to Golden 1 Center during a game between the Sacramento Kings and the Atlanta Hawks, March 22, 2018. The crowd then marched on to the state capitol building before converging outside the Golden 1 Center basketball arena, preventing many fans waiting to see a game between the Sacramento Kings and Atlanta Hawks from getting in to the event.

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Protesters surround the entrance to Golden 1 Center during a game between the Sacramento Kings and the Atlanta Hawks, March 22, 2018. The crowd then marched on to the state capitol building before converging outside the Golden 1 Center basketball...more

Protesters surround the entrance to Golden 1 Center during a game between the Sacramento Kings and the Atlanta Hawks, March 22, 2018. The crowd then marched on to the state capitol building before converging outside the Golden 1 Center basketball arena, preventing many fans waiting to see a game between the Sacramento Kings and Atlanta Hawks from getting in to the event. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
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Sacramento Kings majority owner Vivek Ranadive stands at the entrance as protesters surround the doors to Golden 1 Center, March 22, 2018. "It's a loss of one night's entertainment for me, but this family will feel this loss forever," season ticket holder Frank Andersen, a 70-year-old retiree from Elk Grove, California, said as he walked with his wife to their car. The Kings later issued a statement asking those fans to return home and promising refunds for their tickets.

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Sacramento Kings majority owner Vivek Ranadive stands at the entrance as protesters surround the doors to Golden 1 Center, March 22, 2018. "It's a loss of one night's entertainment for me, but this family will feel this loss forever," season ticket...more

Sacramento Kings majority owner Vivek Ranadive stands at the entrance as protesters surround the doors to Golden 1 Center, March 22, 2018. "It's a loss of one night's entertainment for me, but this family will feel this loss forever," season ticket holder Frank Andersen, a 70-year-old retiree from Elk Grove, California, said as he walked with his wife to their car. The Kings later issued a statement asking those fans to return home and promising refunds for their tickets. Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
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An empty arena at what would have been tip off of the game between the Sacramento Kings and Atlanta Hawks, March 22, 2018. The game was played in front of a tiny crowd -- estimated at less than 2,000 -- at Golden 1 Center, with admissions shut down just before tipoff by the Sacramento Police Department when late-arriving fans were met by a human chain of protesters barring entrances.

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An empty arena at what would have been tip off of the game between the Sacramento Kings and Atlanta Hawks, March 22, 2018. The game was played in front of a tiny crowd -- estimated at less than 2,000 -- at Golden 1 Center, with admissions shut down...more

An empty arena at what would have been tip off of the game between the Sacramento Kings and Atlanta Hawks, March 22, 2018. The game was played in front of a tiny crowd -- estimated at less than 2,000 -- at Golden 1 Center, with admissions shut down just before tipoff by the Sacramento Police Department when late-arriving fans were met by a human chain of protesters barring entrances. Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
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Sacramento Kings majority owner Vivek Ranadive addresses the fans after the game at Golden 1 Center, March 22, 2018. Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadive offered a message of unity after protesters disrupted the team's home win over the Atlanta Hawks. "We are so very sorry for your loss,'' Ranadive said, standing on the court with a host of Kings players and staffers. "We at the Kings recognize people's abilities to protest peacefully, and we respect that. We here at the Kings realize that we have a big platform. It's a privilege, but it's also a responsibility. It's a responsibility that we take very seriously, and we stand here before you, old, young, black, white, brown, and we are all united in our commitment. We recognize that it is not just business as usual, and we are going to work really hard to bring everybody together to make the world a better place, starting in our own community. We are going to work really hard to prevent this kind of tragedy from happening again.''

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Sacramento Kings majority owner Vivek Ranadive addresses the fans after the game at Golden 1 Center, March 22, 2018. Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadive offered a message of unity after protesters disrupted the team's home win over the Atlanta...more

Sacramento Kings majority owner Vivek Ranadive addresses the fans after the game at Golden 1 Center, March 22, 2018. Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadive offered a message of unity after protesters disrupted the team's home win over the Atlanta Hawks. "We are so very sorry for your loss,'' Ranadive said, standing on the court with a host of Kings players and staffers. "We at the Kings recognize people's abilities to protest peacefully, and we respect that. We here at the Kings realize that we have a big platform. It's a privilege, but it's also a responsibility. It's a responsibility that we take very seriously, and we stand here before you, old, young, black, white, brown, and we are all united in our commitment. We recognize that it is not just business as usual, and we are going to work really hard to bring everybody together to make the world a better place, starting in our own community. We are going to work really hard to prevent this kind of tragedy from happening again.'' Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
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Deonnah Conway holds candles during a protest over the police shooting of Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. 

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Deonnah Conway holds candles during a protest over the police shooting of Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong

Deonnah Conway holds candles during a protest over the police shooting of Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong
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Demonstrators march to protest the police shooting of Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. 

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Demonstrators march to protest the police shooting of Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong

Demonstrators march to protest the police shooting of Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong
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Demonstrators hold candles during a vigil to protest the police shooting of Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong

Demonstrators hold candles during a vigil to protest the police shooting of Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong

Demonstrators hold candles during a vigil to protest the police shooting of Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong
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People gather outside Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, March 22, 2018 in this still image taken from a social media video. Mahtie Bush/via REUTERS

People gather outside Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, March 22, 2018 in this still image taken from a social media video. Mahtie Bush/via REUTERS

People gather outside Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, March 22, 2018 in this still image taken from a social media video. Mahtie Bush/via REUTERS
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Black Lives Matter demonstrators march outside Golden 1 Center before a game between the Sacramento Kings and Atlanta Hawks, March 22, 2018. 

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Black Lives Matter demonstrators march outside Golden 1 Center before a game between the Sacramento Kings and Atlanta Hawks, March 22, 2018. Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Black Lives Matter demonstrators march outside Golden 1 Center before a game between the Sacramento Kings and Atlanta Hawks, March 22, 2018. Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
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A young demonstrator holds a photo of Stephon Clark to the glass of the doors to Golden 1 Center as protesters block the entrance to the arena, March 22, 2018.

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A young demonstrator holds a photo of Stephon Clark to the glass of the doors to Golden 1 Center as protesters block the entrance to the arena, March 22, 2018. Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

A young demonstrator holds a photo of Stephon Clark to the glass of the doors to Golden 1 Center as protesters block the entrance to the arena, March 22, 2018. Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
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Protesters surround the entrance to Golden 1 Center, March 22, 2018. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Protesters surround the entrance to Golden 1 Center, March 22, 2018. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Protesters surround the entrance to Golden 1 Center, March 22, 2018. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
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Protesters surround the entrance to Golden 1 Center, March 22, 2018.

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Protesters surround the entrance to Golden 1 Center, March 22, 2018. Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Protesters surround the entrance to Golden 1 Center, March 22, 2018. Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
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Demonstrators gather to protest the police shooting of Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. 

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Demonstrators gather to protest the police shooting of Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong

Demonstrators gather to protest the police shooting of Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong
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A man pauses at a sidewalk memorial to Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. 

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A man pauses at a sidewalk memorial to Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong

A man pauses at a sidewalk memorial to Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Bob Strong
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