An activist disrupted a Sacramento City Council meeting held on Wednesday to discuss multiple arrests made during a protest over a police shooting.

The council was set to discuss 84 arrests made at Monday's protest over a police shooting in March last year which killed a black 22-year-old man, Stephon Clark.

Clark was shot at least seven times after had allegedly broken windows.

A protester, Alexander Clark, who is not related to Stephon Clark, disrupted the meeting, jumping at the lectern after he accused Mayor of Sacramento Darrell Steinberg of not caring about the deceased during a foul mouthed tirade.

The Monday protest was sparked by the announcement at the Sacramento County district attorney that police officers who shot and killed Clark were not guilty of committing any crime.

Mandatory credit: Sacramento City Council

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