World 28.9.2016 03:08 pm

Police in California kill black man acting ‘erratically’

Police in a California city fatally shot a black man who had been acting erratically, prompting protesters to quickly gather and accuse officers of an unjustified killing.

The shooting Tuesday afternoon in El Cajon, 15 miles (24 kilometers) east of San Diego, was the latest in a string of killings of black men by police that have fueled outrage across America.

Police in California kill black man acting ‘erratically’
Police in California kill black man acting ‘erratically’

Police in California kill black man acting ‘erratically’

Police in a California city fatally shot a black man who had been acting erratically, prompting protesters to quickly gather and accuse officers of an unjustified killing.

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