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On the evening of March 18, 2018, Sacramento Police Officers Officers Terrence Mercadal and Jared Robinet were investigating routine vandalism complaints in the Meadowview neighborhood when they shot and killed Stephon Clark, 22, in his grandmother’s backyard. They claimed he pointed a gun at them. It was a cellphone.

In the ensuing weeks and months, Sacramentans took to the...
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 29, 2018: Black Lives Matter protestors confront police in downtown Sacramento. Stephon Clark was fatally shot by two Sacramento police officers last week in his grandmother’s backyard while they investigated a vandalism complaint. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 4, 2019: Protestors march through an East Sacramento neighborhood known as the "Fab Forties" to protest the Sacramento County District Attorney's decision to not charge the Sacramento Police Department officers who shot an unarmed Stephon Clark in 2018. Sacramento Police ended the evening by arresting over 80 peaceful protestors. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 27, 2018: Stevante Clark, brother of Stephon Clark, jumps onto the desk of Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg during a city council meeting for public comment on the police shooting of Stephon Clark.
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 27, 2018: Protestors take over the front desk and lobby of City Hall during a city council meeting.
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 27, 2018: Protestors clash with disgruntled NBA fans as they block entrance to a Sacramento Kings NBA game at Golden 1 Center while protesting the death of Stephon Clark.
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 28, 2018: Stevante Clark, Stephon Clark's brother, expresses his grief and frustration at a Black Lives Matter protest outside the Sacramento District Attorney's office. Stephon Clark was fatally shot by two Sacramento police officers last week in his grandmother’s backyard while they investigated a vandalism complaint.
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 30, 2018: California Highway Patrol Officers block Black Lives Matter protestors from marching onto Interstate 5. In the days since Stephon Clark, 22, was fatally shot by officers investigating a vandalism complaint in his south Sacramento neighborhood, protesters have stormed City Hall and taken to the streets in anger. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 30, 2018: California Highway Patrol Officers block Black Lives Matter protestors from accessing Interstate 5. In the days since Stephon Clark, 22, was fatally shot by officers investigating a vandalism complaint in his south Sacramento neighborhood, protesters have stormed City Hall and taken to the streets in anger. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 30, 2018: Black Lives Matter activists and community members protest at City Hall in downtown Sacramento. In the days since Stephon Clark, 22, was fatally shot by officers investigating a vandalism complaint in his south Sacramento neighborhood, protesters have stormed City Hall and taken to the streets in anger. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 4, 2019: Protestors march through an East Sacramento neighborhood known as the "Fab Forties" to protest the Sacramento County District Attorney's decision to not charge the Sacramento Police Department officers who shot an unarmed Stephon Clark in 2018. Sacramento Police ended the evening by arresting over 80 peaceful protestors. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 28, 2018: A motorist is surrounded by protestors after trying to drive through a Black Lives Matter protest in downtown Sacramento. Clark was fatally shot by two Sacramento police officers last week in his grandmother’s backyard while they investigated a vandalism complaint.
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - APRIL 4, 2018: A protestor carries a vandalized campaign sign for the Sacramento County's DA office during a Black Lives Matter protest against the police shooting of Stephon Clark on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 4, 2019: Police advance on protestors during a march through an East Sacramento neighborhood known as the "Fab Forties" to protest the Sacramento County District Attorney's decision to not charge the Sacramento Police Department officers who shot an unarmed Stephon Clark in 2018. Sacramento Police ended the evening by arresting over 80 peaceful protestors. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 31, 2018: Tyvonne Joseph protests in the street during a candlelight vigil for Stephon Clark in South Sacramento. In the days since Stephon Clark, 22, was fatally shot by officers investigating a vandalism complaint in his south Sacramento neighborhood, protesters have stormed City Hall and taken to the streets in anger. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 4, 2019: Clergy hold hands as police advance on protestors during a march through an East Sacramento neighborhood known as the "Fab Forties" to protest the Sacramento County District Attorney's decision to not charge the Sacramento Police Department officers who shot an unarmed Stephon Clark in 2018. Sacramento Police ended the evening by arresting over 80 peaceful protestors. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 4, 2019: Police surround and arrest a group of peaceful protestors during a march through an East Sacramento neighborhood known as the "Fab Forties" to protest the Sacramento County District Attorney's decision to not charge the Sacramento Police Department officers who shot an unarmed Stephon Clark in 2018. Sacramento Police ended the evening by arresting over 80 protestors. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 3, 2019: A group of young protestors protest the Sacramento County District Attorney's decision to not charge the Sacramento Police Department officers who shot an unarmed Stephon Clark in 2018 outside the Arden Fair Mall. Mall management closed the mall Sunday after an overnight sit-in by protestors. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 3, 2019: Shoppers are shut out of the Arden Fair Mall after a group of young protestors staged an overnight sit-in to protest the Sacramento County District Attorney's decision to not charge the Sacramento Police Department officers who shot an unarmed Stephon Clark in 2018. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 3, 2019: Eight-year-old Nehemiah Bolling protests the Sacramento County District Attorney's decision to not charge the Sacramento Police Department officers who shot an unarmed Stephon Clark in 2018 outside the Arden Fair Mall. Mall management closed the mall Sunday after an overnight sit-in by protestors. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 3, 2019: Outside the Arden Fair Mall, Black Lives Matter chapter leader Sonia Lewis, right, protests the Sacramento County District Attorney's decision to not charge the Sacramento Police Department officers who shot an unarmed Stephon Clark in 2018. Mall management closed the mall Sunday after an overnight sit-in by protestors. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 3, 2019: Outside the Arden Fair Mall, angry shoppers, left, confront activists protesting the Sacramento County District Attorney's decision to not charge the Sacramento Police Department officers who shot an unarmed Stephon Clark in 2018. Mall management closed the mall Sunday after an overnight sit-in by protestors. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 3, 2019: Stevante Clark, brother of Stephon Clark, condemns the release of personal information, including texts sent the day before he was shot by Sacramento police officers in 2018, during a press conference at Genesis Church. The Sacramento Count District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert announced Saturday that the officers would not be charged in Clark's death. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 3, 2019: Stevante Clark, brother of Stephon Clark, pauses while condemning the release of personal information, including texts sent the day before he was shot by Sacramento police officers in 2018, during a press conference at Genesis Church. The Sacramento Count District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert announced Saturday that the officers would not be charged in Clark's death. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 3, 2019: Trayvon Wiseman, right, Stephon Clark's cousin, wipes his face during a press conference held by the family at Genesis Church. The Sacramento Count District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert announced Saturday that the police officers who shot Stephon Clark in 2018 would not be charged in Clark's death. The Clark family protests the decision and condemns the DA's release of Clark's personal information, including texts sent the day before he was killed. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 3, 2019: Stevante Clark, brother of Stephon Clark, condemns the release of personal information, including texts sent the day before he was shot by Sacramento police officers in 2018, during a press conference at Genesis Church. The Sacramento Count District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert announced Saturday that the officers would not be charged in Clark's death. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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