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Minneapolis Charges Four Men in Shooting of Jamar Clark Protesters | VICE News


Minneapolis Charges Four Men in Shooting of Jamar Clark Protesters | VICE News: Authorities on Monday charged the person who allegedly fired the shots, 23-year-old Allen Lawrence Scarsella, with five counts of assault with a dangerous weapon and one count of second-degree rioting with a dangerous weapon. Prosecutors said that he had admitted to opening fire at the event. He is currently being held on $500,000 bail.

The other men who accompanied Scarsella — Joseph Martin Backman, 27, Nathan Wayne Gustavsson, 21, and Daniel Thomas Macey, 26 — were each charged with second-degree riot while armed and are being held on $250,000 bail. Scarsella, Gustavsson, and Backman are white, police said, while Macey is Asian.

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