Addressing the AME Convention, Democratic presidential nominee Ms Clinton said, "there is something wrong with our country". In her speech Friday at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Clinton grieved for the officers killed in Dallas, and for Sterling and Castile.
On Thursday night, in Dallas, it became a tragic refrain as five police officers were systematically gunned down and seven others injured in a sniper ambush. That is up 44 percent from the 18 officers slain in the same period in 2015, the group said. The confrontation followed the deadliest day for USA law enforcement since the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Those in Dallas told Ben they can not believe something like this happened in their city - a city they called "a city of opportunity". On Friday afternoon, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said later Friday that "there appears to have been 1 gunman".
The Washington Post reports that the 32-yearold St. Paul man was the 123rd black person to be shot and killed by American police this year. Thomas Kelly, an attorney representing Yanez, did not immediately return a call seeking comment after the officers were identified .
In a brief statement to reporters, Obama said the investigation into the shooting continues but "what we do know is there has been a vicious, calculated and despicable attack on law enforcement". He returned to that theme Friday morning. He said the Federal Bureau of Investigation is also in contact with Dallas police. And in the days ahead, we're going to have to consider those realities as well.
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