After another fatal police shooting in Vallejo, California, this is how one community is fighting back

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When Vallejo police shot Willie McCoy in his car in February, a community of local families who had lost loved ones in police shootings rose up in protest. It was the department’s 17th fatal police shooting since 2010, two-and-a-half times the national rate. Tired of living in fear of their own police, residents are demanding action and taking the department to court.

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