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In a statement, councilor Jamie Gauthier, who identified Mr. Wallace, said the police asked the officers to release the body camera video “immediately” from the incident. “The people deserve a complete and unadorned explanation of what is happening today,” he said.

Ms. Gauthier also criticized the officers for firing their weapons. “If these officers had used de-escalation techniques and non-lethal weapons instead of making a momentary decision to fire their guns, this young man might still have his life tonight,” he said.

Philadelphia district attorney Larry Krasner said his office was investigating the case and urged the public to be patient.

The mayor, Mr. Kenney, said he watched “the video of this tragic event” and spoke to Mr. Wallace’s family “to hear their concerns first hand and answer their questions as best I can.”

“I am aware that the video of the incident raises many questions,” said the city’s police commissioner, Danielle Outlaw, in a statement. “I will rely on what the investigation means to answer many of the unanswered questions that exist,” he added.

Police Shot a Black Man

Philadelphia police killed a 27-year-old Black, who they said was armed with a knife, on Monday, touching protests and violent clashes hours later.

Mayor Jim Kenney said the conflict, partially videotaped by an audience, raised “difficult questions to answer” and the police commissioner promised an investigation.

On Monday night, protesters marched in West Philadelphia, and a video posted on social media showed police clashing with demonstrators. Thirty police officers were injured, Sergeant, in most cases by bricks and rocks thrown by protesters. Philadelphia Police Department spokesman Eric Gripp said on Tuesday. He said he was being treated for a broken leg at the hospital after a police officer crashed into a van.

The clash took place at around 4 pm after police responded to a report of a man with a knife. The video posted on social media was later published by a Town Councilor Walter Wallace Jr. It shows that the man described as a man was shouting as he went out into the street and two police officers pointing their guns at him.

At one point, Mr. Wallace, a few steps away from the officers in the video, walks towards them as they speed backwards. The camera looks towards the ground when about a dozen shots are heard.
As Mr. Wallace falls to the ground, the camera snaps up and people, including the officers, run towards him. A screaming woman seems to be throwing something at one of the officers.

It can be heard that a man said, “Brother, they killed him in front of me.” You don’t have to inject that many.

Sergeant. Gripp told The Inquirer that the officers had ordered Mr. Wallace to drop the knife and that he was “moving towards the officers”. “After the officers shot Mr. Wallace, one of them took him to the Penn Presbyterian Medical Center,” he said.

The Inquirer, Mr. Wallace’s father, Walter Wallace Sr., said that his son was struggling with mental health problems and was on medication. “Why didn’t they use Taser?” He asked. “His mother was trying to calm the situation.”