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Watch As Bodycam Footage Shows Cop Shoot Suspect Who Charged At Him With A Machete

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Police have a very stressful and dangerous job and it doesn’t help that in almost every single Democrat controlled city, those same democrat politicians are demoralizing, defunding and in some cases, even prosecuting police officers simply for doing their jobs.

These same democrat’s who want to defund these police departments say, that we should hire more social workers and mental healthcare providers and send them out on domestic disturbance calls, that way, less people (usually the perpetrators) would end-up getting shot by police.

That is an incredibly stupid idea, since in alot of domestic disturbance calls, it’s usually the police officer who ends-up getting attacked/assaulted , or in some cases, shot.

About the video below:

Saturday June 5th, 2021, Green Forest, Arkansas — A 34-year-old man was fatally shot by a police officer in Green Forest Saturday after he approached the officer with a knife, according to a news release from the Arkansas State Police. Shortly before 8 AM a Green Forest police officer was dispatched to an apartment at 408 South Thorne Avenue. Three roommates of Maung Tway, 34, of Green Forest, reported to police that Tway was creating a disturbance and asked police to remove him from the apartment.

As a police officer asked Tway to step-out of his bedroom, Tway opened the door wielding a large knife. The officer ordered Tway to drop the knife, but Tway continued to approach the police officer brandishing the knife. Despite the officer’s continued commands for Tway to drop the knife and stop, Tway still moved toward the officer who then fired his pistol wounding Tway. Tway was transported to a Berryville hospital where he died.

H/T – PoliceActivity



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