Sacramento District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert announced Friday that she will not file charges against the 84 people who were arrested earlier this week during a protest for Stephon Clark.
The group was protesting the district attorney’s decision to not charge the two police officers who shot and killed Clark last year.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said on Tuesday that the state would not file criminal charges against the two officers either.
DA Anne Marie Schubert announced today that her office received and reviewed Sacramento Police Department reports related to the arrests of 84 protesters on the evening of 3/4/19 in East Sacramento. In the interest of justice no charges will be filed in any of the cases submitted— Sacramento County DA (@SacCountyDA) March 8, 2019
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