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Sacramento Police Chief Sam Sommers discusses the events surrounding the fatal shooting of police officers that were staged at a protest in Dallas on Thursday, July 7, 2016. Sommers also talks about whether he thinks that such events could ever happen here in Sacramento. Ed Fletcher The Sacramento Bee

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