(Minneapolis, MN) — Community activists in north Minneapolis are demanding answers after police shot a suspect early Sunday morning. Witnesses say 24-year-old Jamar Clark was handcuffed when he was shot. Police say he was not. Adja (ay-zha) Gildersleve with Black Lives Matters says there may be proof in the form of video footage of the incident, which she claims police took from a nearby Elks Lodge. Activists are also calling on police to name the officer who shot Clark. Community members say they will stay at the 4th precinct, just blocks away from where Clark was shot, until their demands have been met. Clark’s father says his son is brain dead and on life support.