The case of the death of 22-year-old of Clark Stefana provoked protests against police brutality
Thursday will be the funeral of African American Stepana Clark, who was killed by police in the Californian city of Sacramento.
As expected, the Eulogy will be delivered by activist fighting for civil rights the Reverend al Sharpton.
22-year-old Clark was shot and killed on March 18, the two officers who arrived on the received a night call: it was reported that in the area of the unknown has flowed cars and glass doors. Police met Clark in the yard and shot him with 20 shots. Weapon Clark was not. Nearby were found only a mobile phone.
The murder of unarmed African-American provoked protests and another round of discussion about police brutality against African Americans.
Outraged activists are demanding an independent investigation. There are calls to bring police charges.
On Wednesday, the attorney General of California joined the murder investigation, to provide independent control.
This was announced by the head of the Sacramento police Daniel Hahn, according to which, the partnership aims to increase the credibility of the investigation.
The attorney General Javier Becerra said that his Department will do everything possible to make the investigation “was based on the facts and the law – no more and no less.”