Transcript for Mourning and Protest in Madison After Police Shooting of Unarmed Teen
We begin with the death of an unarmed black teenager, shot by a white police officer in Madison, Wisconsin. The confrontation so familiar. The circumstances under investigation. People coming together to mourn and protest. Gathering outside the home where the fatal shooting took place. We're we're learning more about the two faces in the confrontation. Linzie Janis is in Madison tonight. Reporter: This is the scene tonight, demonstrators facing against police in the death of Tony Robinson. ? community members mourning the loss of the 19-year-old, who was unarmed when he was shot and killed by a police officer. Young black men laid out, having to find some encouraging words to suggest everything will be all right. I'm starting to feel like everything ain't going to be all right. Reporter: Dozens more hitting the streets in peaceful protests. Police say they were following up on multiple complaints about Tony Robinson's behavior Friday evening. He was under supervision after pleading guilty to being part of an armed robbet lasyear. Yelling, jumping on cars. Apparently Tony hit one of his friends. Reporter: Matt Kenny, the first officer to arrive on the scene, can be heard in these transmissions. Before forcing his way in. Shots fired. Shots fired. Reporter: Police say they were fired after Kenny came under attack by Robinson. The shooting now being looked at by the state of Wisconsin. Community leaders now trying to bring together a divided city and help it move forward. Let's show love, and understand what the issues are. Let's figure out how to move forward as a community and as a country. And let's just do the right thing. Reporter: These are some of Robinson's close friends, standing face-to-face with police, demanding justice. Tom? Thank you. Race very much on the minds
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