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Black residents of South Bend unload on Mayor Pete Buttigieg

SOUTH BEND, Ind. - A town hall featuring Mayor Pete Buttigieg broke into near chaos Sunday afternoon as the Democratic presidential candidate tried to respond to community concerns over a white police officer killing a black man in the city.

Buttigieg was solemn, somber and circumspect as he tried to explain the procedures of how officials will review the shooting, while saying that he didn't want to prejudice the investigation. He also said he would ask the Justice Department to review the case and for an independent prosecutor to decide whether to prosecute.

"We've taken a lot of steps, but they clearly haven't been enough," said Buttigieg, mayor of South Bend, Ind.

The largely black audience of hundreds was having none of it. "We don't trust you!" a woman hollered at the mayor.

The tragedy unfolded in Buttigieg's city on

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