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Monday, 16 November 2015

Protests in Minneapolis after police shoot black man

Dissents are progressing in Minneapolis over the police shooting of a dark man who witnesses say was unarmed and bound at the time.

A state office is researching the episode, which happened on Sunday morning. Relatives of the man concerned say he is in a coma.

On Monday, Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges required a government social liberties examination concerning the case.

Dark Lives Matter dissenters have been exhibiting in the city.

The gathering picked up noticeable quality after the police shooting of a dark young person in Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014.

That started dissents across the country about the police utilization of extreme power against African Americans.

Jamar Clark, 24, was shot after police were called to a reported ambush, and police say he "meddled" with the paramedics helping the strike casualty.

Cops have said "deception" is spreading about the Clark case, and some have told journalists he was not bound.

On Sunday around 150 individuals assembled to exhibit at the scene of the shooting and some stayed outdoors outside the police headquarters.


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