Turmoil in Philadelphia after death of Walter Wallace Jr.

Wallace, whose family says is bipolar, was shot by police after he allegedly approached officers with a knife. Thirty officers were injured and nearly 100 people were arrested in ensuing protests.
0:27 | 10/28/20

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Receiving Philadelphia is now bracing for a second night of possible unrest after police shot and killed a man allegedly armed with a knife. His family says he was having a mental crisis officers repeatedly asking Walter Wallace junior to put down the knife when he continues toward them. They fire some fourteen times. Protesters setting off projectiles a setting a police car on fire thirty officers injured. One of them when this pickup plowed into the crowd almost 100 protesters were arrested.

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