After protest, federal officials to review fatal shootings by Anaheim police

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ANAHEIM, CA - JULY 24: A scrimmage line of police officers march through a shopping center after violence erupted between officers and protesters during demonstrations to show outrage for the fatal shooting of Manuel Angel Diaz, 25, at Anaheim City Hall on July 24 in Anaheim, Calif.
ANAHEIM, CA - JULY 24: A scrimmage line of police officers march through a shopping center after violence erupted between officers and protesters during demonstrations to show outrage for the fatal shooting of Manuel Angel Diaz, 25, at Anaheim City Hall on July 24 in Anaheim, Calif.
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Federal authorities will review two deadly shootings by police officers in the city of Anaheim, Calif. following a bloody protest on Tuesday night. Hundreds of protesters had gathered in the city’s downtown area to protest the shootings, one of which killed an unarmed man. Some of the protesters are said to have thrown rocks and bottles at the police and bystanders. Nearly 300 officers, many of them clad in riot-gear, responded with non-lethal weaponry such as batons and beanbag rounds.

After protest, federal officials to review fatal shootings by Anaheim police

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