More demonstrations followed the release Friday of videos showing the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man, Alfred Olango, by El Cajon police, but the protests were more peaceful than earlier in the week.
The videos were broadcast by local TV stations as it was being released. About a dozen people who gathered outside police headquarters during the news conference watched the footage on their cellphones and reacted with anger as they heard the shots ring out.
Some honked car horns, others shouted profanities, and one man yelled, “They trapped him like an animal!”
People later began gathering at the site of the deadly altercation, where a makeshift memorial continues to grow. People have set more than 50 candles and several photos of Olango under a tree.
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