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Department Of Justice Launches Civil Rights Investigation In Shooting Of A Black Man By Baton Rouge Police Officer

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A federal judge has ordered Louisiana officials to not publicly release an autopsy report in the case of Alton Sterling. Coroner Beau Clark told the Associated Press, according to ABC News, that he is prohibited from releasing a copy of the judge’s order to seal the report! Alton Sterling was in a struggle with cops after a call came in about a man threatening people with a gun. This is the first time in 6 years that Coroner Clark has had an autopsy sealed. Spokesman for Baton-Rouge based- U.S. Attorney Walter Green’s office said the agency could not comment on the sealing of the autopsy due to it being investigated as a civil rights case.

Source: ABC News

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