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Cops shot more people and dogs last year than in 2010, but the NYPD says officers' displayed "impressive" restraint.
It's the lowest amount of shootings since the department began keeping the numbers in 1971.
Sharpton said, "Whatever the results of that investigation, there's no doubt you must stop shooting."
"What has disturbed me about this case is the number of bullets and the mystery gun," Sharpton said.
A surveillance video shows the shootout between a murder suspect and the police, but it does not show an innocent bystander who was killed.
An NYPD spokesman said, "They'll never be able to determine a specific weapon" that killed an innocent bystander in Brooklyn. "They can only exclude [the suspect]'s gun."
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