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#Sacramento Police Release Bodycam Video of the Murder of Stephen Clark: Demo on Friday March 23!

USA, California: Sacramento Police fired 20 rounds when they murdered an unarmed Stephen Clark, a 23 year old black male, on March 18. No weapon was found. Only a cellphone was recovered at the scene. On Friday there will be demonstration in Sacramento.

Originally published by Indybay: here, here and here.

Note: Enough is Enough is not organizing any of  these events, we are publishing this text for people across the US and Europe to be able to see what is going on and for documentation only.

Sacramento Police Release Bodycam Video of the Murder of Stephen Clark: Demo on Friday March 23!

Police fired 20 times at Sacramento man fatally shot while holding a cellphone 

Relatives, activists and Sacramento officials are questioning why police shot at an unarmed black man 20 times, killing him, when he turned out to be holding only a cellphone in his grandparents’ backyard.

Video: 7500 Block of 29th St-Body Worn Camera 1

7500 Block of 29th St-Body Worn Camera 2

7500 Block of 29th St-Outside Agency Air Support

 

A vigil was held in the Meadowview neighborhood on March 19 for Stephen Clark, who was murdered by Sacramento police on March 18. Image below by Rudy Ruiz.

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Justice 4 Stephon “Zoe” Clark!

On Friday March 23 there will be another protest against the police murder of Stephan Clark. The protest will start at 07:00pm (19:00) on Florin & 29th St., Sacramento.

On the night of March 18th, Sacramento PD executed Stephon Clark in South Sacramento off of 29th St near the Meadowview Light Rail Station. Regardless of the claims made by police, this man did not deserve to be executed in cold blood. We now know that he was killed in his own backyard. We call for the killer cops who took Stephon Clark’s life to be jailed immediately! 

This comes at a time when all over the country, the police are on a killing spree with no end in sight. This killing comes only a few weeks after Attorney General Jeff Sessions came to Sacramento to tell the police how great of a job they are doing. 

A great job at having the highest number of police killings of any state (200+) last year? 

A great job for deporting immigrants at alarming rates? 

For militarizing working class communities? For expanding the already huge problem of mass incarceration and prison slavery? 

Fitting the description is not a death sentance! 

We say enough of the killing, jailing and underdevelopment of our communities. We want justice! 

Join us for a candlelight vigil to mourn the victims of unpunished police killings and harrasment as we call for a fundamental change to this racist system. 

#JusticeForZoe #JusticeForStephonClark #EndPoliceTerror #JailKillerCops #NoJusticeNoPeace 

Sponsored by the ANSWER Coalition – Act Now to Stop War and End Racism, Students for Justice in Palestine – Davis, Sacramento Area Peace Action, Black Student Union – Sacramento City College, Brown Berets de Califas and Students for Quality Education (SQE) 

You can help the family pay for the memorial service here: 
https://www.gofundme.com/justus4zoe


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6 thoughts on “#Sacramento Police Release Bodycam Video of the Murder of Stephen Clark: Demo on Friday March 23!

  1. […] were identified by the law firm when uncensored copies of Sacramento police bodycam footage were initially received to view with Clark’s family. In that footage the officers names were […]

  2. So now we can’t be in our backyard

    1. Just follow the instructions given, and you wont have a problem.
      How is this so hard for some people to grasp?

      1. Oh and if you don’t the cops can shoot at you? 20 times? How is it so hrad for people to grasp that cops are not our friends and they are not there for our safety?

  3. […] week we reported about the police murdering Stephon (or Stephen) Clark. The protests against this police killing aven’t stopped. Tomorrow there will be a vigil in […]

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