Dashboard video shows Sacramento sheriff's auto did hit protester

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Jones showed dashboard camera video from the two SUVs that were briefly surrounded by protesters on the 65th Street.

"This is another glaring example of the dehumanization of our community by law enforcement; a state bodyguard meant to protect and serve", the Sacramento Black Lives Matter group said on it Facebook page Sunday.

"We will continue to demand justice for not just Stephon, but for all lives that have been unjustly taken at the hands of law enforcement".

At Monday's conference, Jones showed video of the incident taken from the two cruisers involved in the protest (the incident begins at 15:29).

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He said that just before the auto struck the protester, "The female protester chose this moment to bring her protest in between the vehicles". "It was a very fast acceleration, not the way you would move with people around".

Cleveland, was released from Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento Medical Center after midnight, with bruises on her arm and the back of her head.

After a deputy makes several announcements on the loudspeaker to step back from the vehicle and give him room, a protester named Wanda Cleveland walks in front of the auto and gets knocked to the ground. "The damage to the vehicle was not a result of the collision involving the pedestrian but was caused by vandals in the crowd". The incident, which occurred at about 8:45 p.m., is under investigation by the California Highway Patrol.

Marchers have been protesting the killing of 22-year-old Clark since the day he died nearly two weeks ago.

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"It is not possible that the officer did not see her", Reichel wrote on Monday. The Bee described Cleveland as a regular attendee at City Council meetings. Barnes made the announcement at a rally he organized in the aftermath of the shooting Saturday. "I went flying through the air". Demonstrations have been particularly tense since Thursday, when an independent autopsy report concluded Clark was struck eight times, mostly in the back.

Rich Pedroncelli-Associated Press Salena Manni, the fiancee of police shooting victim Stephon Clark, holds the couple's son, Aiden as she and Clark's uncle, Curtis Gordon attend a rally aimed at ensuring Clark's memory and calling for police reform. SPD is waiting for an official autopsy from the county coroner's office before commenting further on the incident. She was reportedly released soon afterwards. "I fear for the streets and now I've got to fear for the cops", Barnes said, according to Mercury News. "Well, obviously, based on Dr. Omalu's findings and the family's autopsy, it suggests all the bullets were from behind". The shooting was captured on a body cam video released by police.

Officers fired at least 20 shots at Clark, who they incorrectly believed to be holding a weapon (it was actually his phone).

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