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Demands for police reforms follow Stephon Clark's killing in Sacramento

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - During another day of protests Saturday, there was a growing call for police reforms beyond the outcome of the investigation into the killing of an unarmed African-American man by Sacramento officers last month.

The shooting of Stephon Clark in his grandmother's backyard has sparked a national outcry, which was heightened when an independent autopsy performed on behalf of his family determined that officers shot him from behind six times.

Clark's death March 18 has heightened

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