Stephon Clark's Family Files $35M Suit Against Sacramento. Racist Suspect DA Still Unsure Whether White Cops Murdered Black Man Holding a White I-Phone [or was it a loaded "toolbar"?]

Racist suspect Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert. On JUne 15th she announced that she is no longer a Republican or no longer serving republican masters on their plantation. SHE is the highest-ranking elected official in the county who is openly gay. [ MORE ]

Racist suspect Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert. On JUne 15th she announced that she is no longer a Republican or no longer serving republican masters on their plantation. SHE is the highest-ranking elected official in the county who is openly gay. [MORE]

From [HERE] The family of a black man shot by police in March has filed wrongful death claims with the city of Sacramento. Police fatally shot 22-year-old Stephon Clark, setting off weeks of protests in in Sacramento and calls for police reform.

Two officers said they shot Clark thinking he was pointing a gun at them, but he turned out to be carrying only a cellphone.

Clark's family is seeking more than $15 million in damages, including loss of financial support, funeral expenses, attorney fees, and punitive damages, according to the city.

District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert, a racist suspect, has not decided whether to bring charges against the officers in the March shooting.

Dr. Bennet Omalu, is a famed pathologist best known for the initial discovery of NFL brain injuries. On Dec. 5, 2017, Omalu resigned from the San Joaquin County coroner's office accusing Sheriff-Coroner Steve Moore of interfering with death investigations to protect law enforcement officers. He concluded that White Sacramento Cops Shot Stephon Clark in the back 6X & waited 5 minutes before rendering aid. The county autopsy recently contradicted his findings to support the white cops' tale that Mr. Clark charged at them with a loaded cell phone. [   MORE   ]

Dr. Bennet Omalu, is a famed pathologist best known for the initial discovery of NFL brain injuries. On Dec. 5, 2017, Omalu resigned from the San Joaquin County coroner's office accusing Sheriff-Coroner Steve Moore of interfering with death investigations to protect law enforcement officers. He concluded that White Sacramento Cops Shot Stephon Clark in the back 6X & waited 5 minutes before rendering aid. The county autopsy recently contradicted his findings to support the white cops' tale that Mr. Clark charged at them with a loaded cell phone. [MORE]

The Sacramento Police Department stated that on Sunday, March 18 at 9:18 p.m., two officers were responding to a call that someone was breaking car windows.[4] In a media release after the shooting, police stated that they had been looking for a suspect hiding in a backyard. They said the suspect was a thin black man, 6 feet 1 inch (185 cm) in height, wearing darkly colored pants and a black hooded sweatshirt.[4] A sheriff's helicopter spotted a man at 9:25 p.m. in a nearby backyard and told officers on the ground that he had shattered a window using a tool bar, run to the front of that house, and then looked in an adjacent car.[4]

Officers on the ground entered the front yard of Clark's grandmother's home, and saw Clark next to the home. Vance Chandler, the Sacramento Police Department spokesman, said that Clark was the same man who had been breaking windows, and was tracked by police in helicopters. Chandler said that when Clark was confronted and ordered to stop and show his hands, Clark fled to the back of the property.

Police body camera footage from both of the officers who shot Clark recorded the incident, though the footage is dark and shaky. In the videos, officers spot Clark in his grandmother's driveway and shout "Hey, show me your hands. Stop. Stop." The video shows that the officers chased Clark into the backyard and an officer yells, "Show me your hands! Gun!" About three seconds elapse and then the officer yells, "Show me your hands! Gun, gun, gun", before shooting Clark.

According to the police, before being shot Clark turned and held an object that he "extended in front of him" while he moved towards the officers.The officers said they believed that Clark was pointing a gun at them. The police stated that the officers feared for their safety, and at 9:26 p.m., fired 20 rounds, hitting Clark multiple times. According to an independent autopsy, Clark was shot eight times, including six times in the back. The report found that one of the bullets to strike Clark from the front was likely fired while he was already on the ground.

Cops waited five minutes after shooting Clark before approaching and then handcuffing him. Clark was found to have a white iPhone, and was unarmed. Clark's girlfriend later said the phone belonged to her.

The Police Department stated on March 19, one day after the shooting, that Clark had been seen with a "tool bar". On the evening of that day, police revised their statement to say that Clark was carrying a cell phone, and not a tool bar, when he was shot. Police added that Clark might have used either a concrete block or an aluminum gutter railing to break a sliding glass door at the house next door to where he was shot, and that they believed Clark had broken windows from at least three vehicles in the area.

University of South Carolina criminology professor Geoffrey Alpert stated that it might be hard for officers to justify their conclusion that Clark was armed, since they had been told he was carrying a toolbar

Cops Act Accordingly When the Camera Rolls. Instead of Rendering Aid After Shooting at Black Man 20 Times, Testi-Liar Sacramento Cops Automatically Created False Narratives for the Cameras, "Can You Hear Us?" & Other White Li[n]es [MORE]