The result of a private autopsy on Stephon Clark, the unnamed black man fatally shot by police in Sacramento revealing that the Clark was struck eight times, including six bullets to his back. The police have said they hit Clark since he was charging towards them and new dissection raising questions about that claim.
The independent autopsy commissioned by the family of Stephon Clark revealing the 22-year-old may have been shot by eight times during a police encounter that sparked protests.
Forensic Pathologist, Dr. Bennet Omalu said, “Each of the bullets independently possessed a fatal capacity.”
The examination was performed by pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu. He says the finding suggests Clark was standing sideways when the first shot was fired. The family’s autopsy asserting six slugs hit Clark in the back and seventh to his side.
Police fire 20 round at Clark who is unarmed while responding to a report of vandalism. The Sacramento Police Officers Associations has shielded the activities of the officers calling the, defended, saying, Clark pointed a protest at the cops however they later found was a mobile phone. After the shooting, officers almost sat tight 6 minutes for doing mouth to mouth.
Clark’s family lawyer saying this autopsy proves that narrative to be inaccurate. Police not commenting on latest’s finding as they await the official report from the court.