Crump represented the family of black teenager Michael Brown, whose shooting death in Ferguson, Missouri, by police in 2014 sparked nationwide protests.
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Protesters in California closed part of a motorway as they marched over the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man in Sacramento.
Stephon Alonzo Clark, 22, died in a hail of police gunshots Sunday night in the darkened backyard of the home where he had been staying with his grandparents.
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"This family completely rejects anything that the Sacramento Police Department tried to claim to justify this execution of their loved one", said Benjamin Crump, the family's attorney.
At other points, protesters surrounded Sacramento police officers and delayed public transportation.
Clark was shot while holding a cellphone that police said they thought was a gun. Just after St. Patrick's Day revelry, they had been working on a night that had "been nuts", the dispatcher told the man who called in about a tall, thin man wearing a hoodie who was breaking windows.
Crump said the Clark family is "devastated", and can't believe their kin was killed in his own backyard. She added that additional body camera video from responding officers will be released within the next 30 days.
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"They have to assume that their lives are in danger at that very second", he said.
The officers believed it was a firearm and feared for their safety, the department said. It is dark outside and a flashlight from one body camera briefly shows the backyard, but the man is not visible.
"It is vital that we give voice to the pain in our community, especially the African-American community", the mayor said. "Gun, gun, gun", one of the officers yells before they begin shooting. As the patrolmen run into a backyard, they turn a corner and spot Clark in the glare of their flashlights.
The Sacramento Police Department said they were responding to reports of a man seen breaking into at least three vehicles and later into a neighbor's home.
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About seven uneventful minutes into the footage, the officers broke into a jog, running past unlit houses or dimly lit windows, and headed to another house. "I told the officers, you guys are murderers, murderers, murderers".
The tragedy is yet another example of "police using excessive force in the wrongful death of an unarmed black man", according to Crump. He said he's "livid" with the police right now.
"The Sacramento Police Department recognizes the significance of this incident and the impact it has on our community", the department wrote on its Facebook page Wednesday.
A department statement said that "prior to the shooting, the involved officers saw the suspect facing them, advance forward with his arms extended, and holding an object in his hands".
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