Who is Walter Wallace Jr? (Shot Dead) Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

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Walter Wallace Jr Wiki – Walter Wallace Jr Biography

The mayor’s office is that the person shot was 27-year-old Walter Wallace Jr. determined that. Part of the incident was recorded on mobile phone video.
Two police officers shot and killed a 27-year-old Black in West Philadelphia on Monday afternoon and sparked protests near Penn’s campus on Monday evening.

Walter Wallace Jr Age

He was 27 years old.

Walter Wallace Jr Shot Dead

According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, the man was taken by his family by Walter Wallace Jr. It was defined as. According to the Inquirer, a video shot by the audience showed that Wallace Jr. was armed with a knife and appeared at arm’s length from the officers when they opened fire.

Cell phone video shows the moments leading up to a deadly police-involved shooting which started out around 2:45 p.m. as a call for a man with a weapon.

The clash took place at approximately 16:00. 61st and on the streets of Locust. The Inquirer announced that Wallace Jr. had later died at the Penn Presbyterian Medical Center.
Police spokesperson Sgt. Eric Gripp told the Inquirer that he was on his way to the cops after he ordered Wallace Jr. to drop the knife. Gripp wasn’t sure how many times the police shot Wallace Jr., according to the Inquirer. A witness said that he looked like he had been shot about a dozen times.

About 50 protesters were seen traveling east from Sansom Street at approximately 21:30 from 40th Street, according to Penn’s Department of Public Security. It was reported that the windows of Starbucks located on the streets of 39th and Walnut were broken. Until 23:00, a larger group of protesters of about 100 people on the 53rd and Pine streets chanted “There are no good cops in a racist system” and “Racist donkey cops; we don’t need them”. They threw garbage cans and other large objects into the street to prevent police officers chasing after them.
When the protesters reached 55th and Çam streets, they were greeted by about 20 police officers who formed a barricade with riot shields to prevent their advance. More than 50 police officers set up barricades between 53rd and 55th avenues on Pine Street, trapping demonstrators at the barricade.

About 20 minutes later, the police started pushing the group back. Protesters responded by throwing bricks in the police line.

“This is your only warning to disperse,” a police officer told the protesters at 23:24. By 23:35, almost the entire group had disbanded and the police had begun to remove riot gear.

“In the hours and days following this attack, we ask the Philadelphians to come together to support the freedom of people to express themselves peacefully and to reject any violence,” Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner said on Monday night.

The Inquirer reported that both police officers were on the street during the investigation. Little Wallace’s father told Inquirer that his son was on medication for mental health problems.


Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney wrote on Monday night that the Shooting Investigation Unit Officer of the Philadelphia Police Department would conduct a full investigation into the shooting.
“My prayers are with Walter Wallace’s family and friends,” he wrote. “I watched the video of this tragic event and it presents difficult questions to answer.”

Philadelphia saw many protests this spring and summer over the police killing of Black men and women across the country, including George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.
The mayor partially said, “The PPD’s Shot Investigation Unit Officer will do a full investigation. I expect a quick and transparent solution on behalf of Mr. Wallace, his family, officers and Philadelphia.”

The commissioner adds: “I am aware that the video about the incident raises many questions. Residents assure that these questions will be fully addressed by the investigation. ”

John McNesby, Head of Fellowship Order in the No. 5 Police Lodge, asks everyone to “wait for the investigation to be completed and to smear the police department”.