On Thursday night, protesters blocked a major freeway then surrounded the arena where the NBA's Sacramento Kings were playing, keeping most fans out of the game. The demonstrators also blocked access to the Golden 1 Center, preventing some fans from attending a Sacramento Kings game.
Officials locked the doors to the arena, so no one could get in or out. The Kings eventually chose to start playing even though many fans were blocked from entering, leaving the arena mostly empty during the game.
It was around 12:30 p.m. Friday afternoon that protesters jammed Capitol Mall, the busy street that leads to the seat of California government, to chant words of anger and frustration at Sacramento police.
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More than five minutes after the final shot was sacked and Clark's motionless body lay on the ground, the same female officer says, "Let's have the next unit just bring a non-lethal in case he's pretending".
In the footage, both officers reassure each other that they have not been hit. "Gun! Gun! Gun!" the officers can be heard shouting before shooting at the African- American man, only to later discover he was unarmed. Just after St. Patrick's Day revelry, they had been working on a night that had "been nuts", the dispatcher told the man who called in about a tall, thin man wearing a hoodie who was breaking windows.
The protest, which was organized by Black Lives Matter Sacramento, briefly spilled onto Interstate 5 after the group left City Hall. A tight circle of light from a source held or worn by the officers bounced off the grass as the officers ran along the side of the yard, arms extended and guns drawn.
"We never said he had a gun".
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Shortly after the protest began, Sacramento Police told fans over Twitter that they would not be allowing anyone to enter the arena.
From the perspective of the body cameras, the overgrown grass obscured most of Clark's body on ground. One yells "gun" before "five to seven" shots are fired, video shows.
According to the Sacramento Police Department, Clark was seen breaking into at least three vehicles and a neighbor's home. Investigators said they did not find a weapon, only a cell phone.
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About seven uneventful minutes into the footage, the officers broke into a jog, running past unlit houses or dimly lit windows, and headed to another house. As part of the department's protocol, this incident is being investigated in conjunction with the Sacramento County District Attorney's Office, the Sacramento City Attorney's Office and the City's Office of Public Safety Accountability. Per department policy, the officers involved in the shooting have been placed on paid administrative leave.
"Let's see your hands", said the other. City Councilman Larry Carr decried the loss of life and said police must provide timely information.
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