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Hennepin Co. Att'y Shares Previously Unreleased Clark Videos

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) -- Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announced two Minneapolis Police Officers will not be charged in the death of Jamar Clark.

Officer Dustin Schwarze shot the 24-year-old last November in North Minneapolis. He was shot in the head on Plymouth Avenue North just before 1 a.m. on Nov. 15, 2015.

Related: Timeline Of The Jamar Clark Case

In announcing his decision, Freeman also shared a number of videos previously unreleased to the public. They show a citizen's view of the aftermath at the scene, as well as a series of videos from a camera affixed to the back of the ambulance that initially arrived at the scene that evening.

Here are the videos shared by the Hennepin County Attorney's Office:

The first video released is from a civilian at the scene shortly after Clark is shot by police. The video is pixelated and it's difficult to see exactly what is transpiring, but there is a commotion in the area. One person is heard yelling, "He didn't have to do that!" in reference to the officers shooting Clark.

The second video shows Clark on a stretcher being placed into an ambulance after the shooting.

The third video shows Clark's girlfriend on a stretcher being placed into an ambulance. Clark is also nearby while she is on the stretcher. She is placed into the ambulance and Clark looks on in the background. The officers on scene are also speaking with Clark, who is just off the camera.

The fourth video shows Clark approaching the rear of the ambulance and standing there for several minutes. There isn't an audible conversation.

The fifth video shows a deputy EMT at the scene from the rear of the ambulance.

The sixth video shows Minneapolis officers at the rear of the ambulance. Clark is off to the side. They are attempting to take him into custody. An officer grabs Clark from behind and seconds later, the officer is seen on the ground kicking and in a struggle on his back. The officer then adjusts his belt and stands up.

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