Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg said things must change after the city’s district attorney announced on Saturday that the officers who shot and killed Stephon Clark last year will not face criminal charges.
Steinberg said the current hundred-year-old standard of protecting law enforcement officers must change.
He vowes to change the standard and find a way to better protect the community and officers.
“Stephon’s death must be the catalyst for the kind of change that people will look back and say out of the depths and pain and anger came peace and real equality for our people, ” Steinberg said.
The District Attorney’s Office released its findings on its website. Click here to view the report.
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