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Update: public responds to police shooting of El Cajon black man




TOPSHOT - Mourners and activists hold a candle light vigil during a rally in El Cajon, a suburb of San Diego, California on September 28, 2016, in protest of the police shooting the night before.
Protesters marched in a California town following the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man said to be mentally ill, as local officials urged calm and pledged a full investigation. The victim, identified as Ugandan refugee Alfred Olango, 30, was shot on Tuesday in the San Diego suburb of El Cajon after police received an emergency call about a man behaving erratically and walking in traffic. / AFP / Bill Wechter        (Photo credit should read BILL WECHTER/AFP/Getty Images)
TOPSHOT - Mourners and activists hold a candle light vigil during a rally in El Cajon, a suburb of San Diego, California on September 28, 2016, in protest of the police shooting the night before. Protesters marched in a California town following the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man said to be mentally ill, as local officials urged calm and pledged a full investigation. The victim, identified as Ugandan refugee Alfred Olango, 30, was shot on Tuesday in the San Diego suburb of El Cajon after police received an emergency call about a man behaving erratically and walking in traffic. / AFP / Bill Wechter (Photo credit should read BILL WECHTER/AFP/Getty Images)
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Protests continue in the California city of El Cajon, after police fatally shot a black man who pointed a vaping device at officers. 

38-year-old Alfred Olango was tasered then shot by police Tuesday after his sister put in a 911 call asking for help for her mentally ill brother. 

Take Two spoke with KPBS reporter Erik Anderson about the public's response. 



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