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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Police in Dallas released a picture of a suspect who, they said, they had to find after 12 officers were shot and five were killed Thursday night during a march protesting police violence against black men. That man, Mark Hughes, brother of protest organizer Cory Hughes, turned himself in to police on Thursday night.

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Hughes was released from custody shortly after 1:00 a.m. on Friday.

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“I just got out of the interrogation room for about 30 minutes with police officers lying, saying they had video of me shooting, which is a lie,” Hughes told CBS 11 News live on the air. “That they have witnesses saying I shot a gun, which is a lie. I mean, at the end of the day, the system is trying to get me.”

Cory Hughes stated, hours earlier, that his brother, who had been walking around with a rifle, did not shoot anyone. Just after doing a live interview with CBS 11 News, Cory Hughes went to talk to the Dallas Police Department and, not much longer after that, Mark Hughes turned himself in to authorities.

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“I am so overwhelmed with emotion right now,” Cory Hughes added shortly after his brother was released from custody. “I’m trying to be strong right now for my family that I know is watching, but I’m crying on the inside, because we simply came to be a voice for those that don’t have a voice. And we went from being a voice to being suspects and being villains. And my question is why?”