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Video shows police open fire on California man holding a fork

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Newly released video shows the moments when Los Angeles police opened fire on a man who as holding a plastic fork. The officers appear to fire several non lethal rounds as the man continued to move toward them.  Officers initially responded to a 911 caller who claimed an armed homeless man was getting aggressive with an employee.