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An SUV rammed into protesters in Minneapolis, killing one and injuring another

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Angry demonstrators pulled the driver out and, witnesses said, started hitting him.When officers got to the scene, they took the driver into custody and brought him a hospital for treatment of his injuries."Preliminary investigation indicates that the use of drugs or alcohol by the driver may be a contributing factor in this crash," police said.Winston Boogie Smith Jr., 32, was fatally shot June 3 by members of a federal U.S. Marshals Service task force. The marshals service said he was wanted for allegedly being a felon in possession of a firearm.The service said Smith, who was in a parked vehicle on the fifth story roof of an Uptown parking ramp, "produced a handgun resulting in task force members firing upon the subject." When asked to respond to the woman saying she didn't see a gun, Department of Public Safety spokesman Bruce Gordon said the BCA stands by its earlier statement. His family members and community members are demanding transparency.Authorities have said there is no body camera or squad camera footage of the shooting.In addition, the two task force members who fired at Smith - one a sheriff's deputy from Ramsey County and one from Hennepin County - were working undercover so, authorities say, state law bars them from releasing their names.

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