Stephon Clark: Police shot unarmed man '7 times in back'
An unarmed US man killed by police this month was shot seven times in the back, according to an independent post-mortem examination.
Stephon Clark was shot a total of eight times in the confrontation on the night of 18 March in Sacramento, California, said a forensic pathologist.
Dr Bennet Omalu said seven of the bullets entered the 22-year-old father-of-two's back and side.
He was holding a mobile phone, which police said they mistook for a gun.
His death has sparked city-wide protests.
Clark's brother, Stevonte Clark, stormed a city council meeting with protesters on Tuesday and said the... read more
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