Minneapolis police are investigating a multiple shooting near the Precinct 4 Police Station during a demonstration for Jamar Clark.
By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.
November 24, 2015
Minneapolis, Minnesota – At least five people were shot and wounded during a Justice for Jamar Clark demonstration near the Minneapolis Police Department 4th District Precinct late Monday night. Those shot were activists and supporters for Black Lives Matter from Minneapolis.
Witnesses at the scene told police that there middle age White masked men wearing bullet proof vests in a,silver SUV had fired upon the crowd at the police precinct from a block away. Police in response used tear gas after the shooting to disperse the crowds. They maced people demonstrating in front of the Minneapolis Police Precinct 4 Station for Justice for Jamar Clark who was shot in the head while handcuffed by a police officer. The protesters want video surveillance of Clark’s murder released by the Minneapolis Police Department.
Three wounded demonstrators walked into a local hospital seeking treatment and two others were treated at the shooting scene, according to police.