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Sacramento City Council hears proposed restrictions on police use of deadly force

Sacramento City Councilman Larry Carr proposed a new policy that could impose greater restrictions on police use of deadly force – a move recently promised by city leaders in response to Sacramento officers’ fatal shooting of a mentally ill man in North Sacramento in July and other police shootings across the nation.

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Pie-wielding activist Thompson says he doesn't regret targeting Kevin Johnson, but wouldn't do it again.

Sean Thompson, the protester accused of striking Mayor Kevin Johnson with a pie during a charity dinner last week, appears in court Tuesday for his arraignment hearing. His attorney, Claire White, told reporters outside of the courtroom that a plea was not entered for Thompson's felony charge of assaulting a public official and a misdemeanor charge of battery on school property.

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