LA police officer fired at black man, man dies September 2 at 11:58 a.m.
Near western Los Angeles, a police officer asked a black man on a bicycle to stop, and then a police officer opened fire, killing the man. There were protests against the response of police officers at the site.
Last month, near Los Angeles, California, a police officer asked a black man, Dijon Kizi, 29, who was riding a bicycle, to stop, and then a police officer opened fire, killing Kizi.
Local media said Kizi’s officials said police officers fired more than 20 shots.
On the other hand, the police say that Kizi dropped the handgun he was carrying and fired because he had beaten a police officer.
At the scene, after the shooting, an activity was carried out to protest the response of police officers.
Lawyers working to advocacy for black people’s human rights have also called on social media to provide any footage of the shooting.
In the United States, there have been protests in midwestern Wisconsin over a black man being shot from behind by a police officer, and interest in the issue of racism is growing again.