Lawsuit Filed Against California Police in Killing of Black Homeless Man

lawsuit was filed this week against Danville, California police after an officer shot a Black homeless man to death
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A civil rights lawsuit was filed this week against Danville, California police after an officer shot a Black homeless man to death in March.

Civil rights attorneys shared a disturbing video of the officer pointing his gun at the man. They said the officer claimed he suspected the man, 32-year-old Tyrell Wilson had thrown rocks at cars on Interstate 680.

A witness driving by the intersection at Sycamore Valley Rd. recorded the encounter on March 11.

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