SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A call for justice from perhaps the most famous woman on social media is putting a national spotlight on Sacramento. A single tweet sent by Kim Kardashian to her 6.5 million Twitter followers and 179 million followers on Instagram is bringing new attention to Stephon Clark and the Sacramento officers who shot and killed him in 2018. On March 18, 2018 Stephon Clark was murdered by Sacramento police in his grandmother’s backyard. He was a father of 2 & shot over 20 times by the officers. Please sign this petition to demand justice for the family of Stephon Clark #JusticeForStephonClark https://t.co/LL6KMkENdK pic.twitter.com/lX0S5i2RK8 — Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) July 10, 2020 “It makes it very clear to me that the world understands, not just you and me, but Kim Kardashian understands that the officers who killed my brother in my grandmother’s backyard while he was unarmed should be held accountable,” said Stephon’s brother, Stevante Clark. In her social media posts to Instagram and Twitter, Kardashian is asking for people to sign a petition to indict the two officers who shot Clark. Stevante Clark has not had contact with Kardashian, but hopes her recognition will help in his fight… Read full this story
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