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Video Shows San Francisco Police Surrounding And Gunning Down Man | ThinkProgress


Video Shows San Francisco Police Surrounding And Gunning Down Man | ThinkProgress: “We have since recovered or found some video, they appear to show the officers encircle him and they appear to show the suspect moving toward the officer before the shots were fired,” Police Chief Greg Suhr told the San Francisco Examiner. The police say the man was in the same area where someone got stabbed about 45 minutes earlier.

The man’s identity has not been released yet.

San Francisco police have been involved in a number of controversial shootings, including one high-profile case in October where they shot and killed a man who was throwing bottles at cars. Wednesday’s shooting occurred as the San Francisco Police Commission discussed and approved a draft policy to prevent officers from reviewing body camera footage before they submit incident reports.

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