Police shoot, kill man who pointed pipe at them

Officers responded to the corner of Utica Avenue and Montgomery Street in Brooklyn, Monahan said, where they found a man who matched the suspect's description.
0:24 | 04/05/18

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A police involved fatal shooting in New York City is raising questions about what the police knew about the suspect. The forehead. Officer shot and killed a black man after he pointed what the officers thought was a gun. What turned out to be a metal pipe. Thirty say the police department had encountered the man before and classified him. As emotionally disturbed. Officials say the officers who fired weapons were not wearing body cameras.

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