Video: BLM Rioters Chase The Police Away And Run Over A Police Officer With A Stolen Truck

Police in Philadelphia shot and killed a man on Monday, triggering protests that saw at least 30 officers injured, officials said.

Police said they shot Walter Wallace Jr., 27, after responding to a call about a man armed with a knife.

The responding officers ordered Wallace “several times” to drop the knife and he continued to “advance towards” them, according to a statement. They then fired their weapons, shooting him in the chest and shoulder, and he was pronounced dead at the hospital just after 4 p.m., the statement added.

Both officers were taken off street duty pending an investigation, the Inquirer said. Their names weren’t released.

Protesters gathered outside a Philadelphia police precinct Monday night hours after police shot and killed a man waving a knife in the afternoon, CBS Philly reports. The victim was identified as 27-year old Walter Wallace Jr.

Tensions rose as the night wore on.

Early Tuesday, a pickup truck driving at a relatively fast clip hit an officer. Video shows a man standing through the roof of the truck’s cab. A bystander can be heard saying, “Oh my god. He hit a cop.”

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And at one point it got so violent the mob chased the police down the street.

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Philadelphia Police Sergeant Eric Gripp said the officer, a 56-year-old female, was hospitalized in stable condition with a broken leg and other injuries. The pickup was found nearby, unoccupied, he added.

Vandals smashed windows and a glass door and spray-painted walls at a police substation.

According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, there was vandalism and looting in a commercial corridor where police and demonstrators clashed earlier this summer.
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So according to Biden, this is just an idea and according to Michele Obama, these are peaceful protests?

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