Lancaster Pennsylvania is yet another city to be engulfed with mass violence following the alleged police-involved murder of an autistic teenager, according to The Blaze.
However, police bodycam footage has revealed that it was not an autistic teenager, but a 27-year-old man.
#LancasterPA police car gets windshield busted, in protest against police shooting of unarmed autistic 14 year old who morphed into an armed 28 year old man. Who cares about facts?#LancasterRiot pic.twitter.com/oIFQRj6RRf
— PunishedSerb (@SerbianSock) September 13, 2020
In the newly released video footage, the alleged victim can be seen chasing the police officer with a knife in hand.
The Lancaster Police said in a statement:
“The first officer on the scene walked to the front of the residence and made contact with a woman, who was identified as a family member. A male subject then exited the front door of the residence and began chasing the officer.”
“Preliminary information and body worn camera footage indicates that the male subject had a knife in his right hand as he was chasing the officer.”
“The officer fired several shots from his firearm, striking the subject. The subject, identified as 27 year old Lancaster man, did not survive his injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.”
WARNING: Graphic Footage below:
The man killed by police was later identified as Ricardo Munoz, the Associated Press reported.
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