(Minneapolis, MN) — Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman is responding after the Minneapolis NAACP and other local civil right’s groups earlier today called to re-open the investigation in the fatal November shooting of Jamar Clark. This morning, the woman who’s been described as Clark’s “girlfriend” spoke publicly about the night Clark was shot and killed by Minneapolis Police. RayAnn Hayes says what happened leading up to the shooting has been greatly distorted. She says she fell and twisted her own ankle, then called police two hours later and she says she never reported anything about domestic violence or her boyfriend beating her. And she says she and Clark were just friends, not in a relationship. Freeman says Hayes identified Clark as her assailant to paramedics on the night of the shooting, and then that months later, Hayes claimed she was not assaulted by Clark. Freeman reiterated today that he’s convinced “if one reads the entire record available on-line and applies the mandated legal standard they will agree that no charges can be brought against the police officers.” Last week, Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said criminal charges were not warranted against Officers Mark Ringgenberg or Dustin Schwarze in Clark’s November shooting.