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Group calls for justice in Racine officer-involved shooting death

RACINE, Wis. (CBS 58) -- People are marching in Racine, protesting the shooting death of Donte Shannon. 

Shannon was shot and killed by police after he ran from a traffic stop earlier in January. 

Protestors say they want justice for Shannon. 

"How is someone hunted down and murdered in the streets for a traffic infraction? In response to that, we want answers," says protest organizer Corey Price. 

Officers say Donte Shannon showed a gun before he was shot. The two officers who shot him are on administrative leave. The state Department of Justice is investigating the shooting. 

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