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Watch: Congressional Black Caucus Marches to DOJ, Demands Police Shooting Investigations

Members of the Congressional Black Caucus marched two blocks to the steps of the Department of Justice building today to deliver a letter to Attorney General Loretta Lynch, demanding an investigation of the recent police shootings in Charlotte and Tulsa.

“The Congressional Black Caucus is outraged with the dozens of unlawful police shootings that are taking place all across America involving unarmed, innocent African-American citizens,” said Rep. G.K. Butterfield, D-N.C., the caucus’ chairman. “If we were to identify each of these, it would consume the entire press conference.”

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