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Protesters gather at California Capitol to condemn police shooting of unarmed black man

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Dozens of activists gathered Friday at the state Capitol in Sacramento to protest the fatal police shooting of Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man.

About 100 protesters - some carrying signs that said "What Weapon?" and "No Justice, No Peace" - gathered outside the Capitol building early Friday afternoon. The rally followed a day of protests in this city that saw the brief closure of Interstate 5 and the blocking of access to a Sacramento Kings basketball game at Golden 1 Center arena.

"We know that District Attorney (Anne Marie) Schubert has a pattern

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