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Protesters have been taking to the streets of Fayetteville, North Carolina, following the deadly shooting of Jason Walker, a Black father, in front of his own home by an off-duty sheriff’s deputy on Saturday. Officer Jeffrey Hash, who is white, says he shot the 37-year-old Walker after he jumped on his car. Attorney Ben Crump, who is representing Walker’s family, says the killing appears to be another case of “shoot first, ask later.” The City Council has asked the U.S. Justice Department to get involved in the investigation.
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