Demonstrators take to Chicago streets to protest fatal police shooting of Paul O’Neal

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CHICAGO -- Demonstrators took to the streets Sunday, sometimes blocking downtown traffic, to protest the shooting of an unarmed man.

Sunday's march took place days after the release of police video showing officers shooting at Paul O’Neal.

He was a suspect in a car theft.

The video, from the incident which happened last month, shows police firing repeatedly at the vehicle O’Neal was driving and later, officers handcuffing the fatally wounded man.

None of the footage shows the moment O’Neal was shot in the back.

One person was arrested in Sunday’s protest.

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