AUSTIN, Texas - Saraneka Martin, a pregnant Black woman who was shot with non-lethal force by Austin police, is calling for accountability.
Martin says she believes she was shot in the stomach with a rubber bullet. She says she was dragged onto the ground by Austin police while she was peacefully protesting with her husband.
She's holding a news conference at 2 p.m. to share her experience and is calling for the Austin Police Department, and other institutions that she says failed her, to be held accountable.
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The news conference will be held in front of the Austin Police Department Headquarters where she was shot.
FOX 7 Austin is streaming the news conference online and on the FOX 7 Austin Facebook page.