"Their rights don't supersede everyone else's", he told The Sacramento Bee as he waited with his wife and a family friend outside the arena. "I opened that curtain and he was dead".
The suspect was pronounced deceased at the scene by fire personnel.
But another video taken from the helicopter does not show the alleged break-in.
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But he added that there are disturbing aspects to parts of the video that require investigation, including a snippet where one officer appears to confirm after the shooting that Clark had obeyed their commands to show his hands. The sheriff's helicopter directed officers on the ground to Clark. At approximately 9:25 p.m., STAR advised they observed a subject in a backyard and began to direct SPD officers to him.
Hahn said that he "didn't know what the protest would entail, about getting on I-5 and things like that, but that he "knew emotions were high". This time, an officer yells at Clark to show his hands, then begins shouting, "Gun, gun, gun!"
Clark was found by police in his grandparent's backyard on March 18 and was holding a cellphone when he was shot at least 20 times by two officers. The department further said that Clark refused orders to stop and show his hands. They have also pushed for the adoption of police body cameras which were in use at the time of Clark's murder. "Yeah, I'm good", the other officer replies. And, are they trained to unload their weapon? Hahn said it does "seem excessive", but says investigators will determine if it violated police guidelines.
"He is still down, he is not moving, we can't see the gun".
Backup units arrive on the scene.
"The officers are going to have to explain all 20 shots". The last two minutes of the video are silent.
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Both the officers who killed Clark are now on a paid administrative leave.
The death of black teen Michael Brown in 2014 led to massive Black Lives Matter protests worldwide and sparked national debates about racial discrimination in the criminal justice system, as well as the use of lethal force by police.
Huge protests have gripped Sacramento after a video of police fatally shooting an unarmed black man was released.
This prompted police to shut down admission to the popular Sacramento Kings game. According to the police department, Clark had approached them with an object in his hand, which they assumed was a gun. He was only holding a cellphone. Sacramento police spokeswoman Linda Matthew said she did not believe such a policy existed.
There is also a debate over what possible repercussions the two police officers might face.
Sacramento's Democratic mayor was not so quick to criticize though. I don't want to see the video.
"The questions raised by the community and councilmembers are appropriate and must be answered during the investigation", he continued. The names of the officers involved have not yet been released.
"This is an unfortunate moment", community activist Berry Accius told the Bee. He's always going to be with us.
"Possibly we need to drastically change our training when it comes to muting body cameras", he told Ruyak. We can't get that young man back.