Black Lives Matter is demanding the names of the police officers involved in the weekend shooting of a north Minneapolis man.
The activists, some of which camped out overnight at a city police precinct, also want any video available from the incident.
The shooting happened early Sunday morning on Plymouth Avenue North. Police were responding to a report of a man assaulting a woman.
On the way to that call, police were notified that the suspect was interfering with paramedics. When police arrived, they say there was a struggle and an officer shot a man.
Family members identified the man as 24-year-old Jamar Clark. They say he is being kept alive on life support.
Several witnesses say Clark’s wrists were handcuffed behind his back when he was shot, but police, as well as the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, say that’s not the case, citing a preliminary investigation.
Since the shooting happened, Black Lives Matter Minneapolis has demanded answers. The group held a press conference Monday morning.
Clark’s father, James Hill, stood with activists, saying he wants justice for his son.
Source: CBS Minnesota