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Protests Enter Fifth Day After Jamar Clark’s Police Shooting Death

Protesters and activists demand justice for the 24-year-old Jamar Clark, who was shot by the police Sunday morning, Nov. 15.

. Members of Black Lives Matter encamp outside the Minneapolis Police Department's 4th Precinct, protesting over the death of Jamar Clark, Tuesday, Nov. 17.

Clark was shot in the head by police during a reported struggle. Some witnesses say Clark was unarmed, but the President of the Minneapolis Police Federation said Clark was trying to disarm one police officer during a physical altercation after squads responded to reports of a domestic assault.

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. Protesters form a human chain in front of a Minneapolis police precinct and around their encampment on Nov. 18.

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. A protester carries a sign as police stand their ground in front of a Minneapolis police precinct during a protest.

The mayor of Minneapolis asked for a federal civil rights investigation into the shooting of Jamar Clark.

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. A protester argues with a police officer in front of a Minneapolis police precinct.

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. Minneapolis police guard the entrance to the 4th Precinct.

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. A police officer talks with demonstrators in front of a Minneapolis police precinct.

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. A woman snaps a picture of a police officer during a protest.

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. A police officer sprays a liquid towards demonstrators at the Minneapolis Police Department 4th Precinct building.

Watch: Minneapolis Protest Over Death of Jamar Clark Turns Violent

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