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A policeman in Ohio shot and killed a 16-year-old black girl.

A policeman in Ohio shot and killed a 16-year-old black girl.

A policeman in Ohio shot and killed a 16-year-old black girl.

A policeman in Ohio shot and killed a 16-year-old black girl.
A policeman in Ohio shot and killed a 16-year-old black girl.

According to local media, this happened while the policeman was responding to an emergency call that reported an attempted stabbing.

Ohio’s criminal authorities have announced the opening of an investigation into a police shooting incident that claimed the life of a 15-year-old girl of African descent.

 

The family members identified the victim, whose name was Makiya Bryant, according to the American ABC network.

 

The mayor of Columbus, Ohio, Andrew Ginter, said that the camera footage on the body of the policeman who fired the shot will be reviewed, calling on residents to remain calm.

A policeman in Ohio shot and killed a 16-year-old black girl.

After the shooting, a crowd gathered at the scene, expressed their dissatisfaction with the police, and asked the officers involved if they were wearing body cameras.

 

After the shooting, a crowd gathered at the scene, expressed their dissatisfaction with the police, and asked the officers involved if they were wearing body cameras.

 

US media reported that police had received a call at 4:35 pm about an attempted stabbing on Legion Lane, where the caller said a woman was trying to stab him and then hung up.

 

Police arrived at the scene at 4:45 pm, and then an officer was involved in a fatal shooting.

 

Police said, “Columbus County paramedics were allowed to come to the site at 4:46 pm.”

A policeman in Ohio shot and killed a 16-year-old black girl.

She added that the girl was transferred in critical condition to the hospital, where her death was announced at 5:21 pm.

A policeman in Ohio shot and killed a 16-year-old black girl.

No other person was injured, according to the police, who did not provide any information on the circumstances of the shooting.

 

But the girl’s aunt called for demonstrations, to which citizens responded to the city, where the demonstrations are currently continuing.

 

The incident came a few minutes before the verdict was announced against Officer Derek Chauvin, who was convicted by a jury for the murder of George Floyd last May.

 

The death of Floyd, last May, sparked protests around the world, including Columbus, where the girl’s murder took place.

 

Chauvin was convicted of the three charges against him: murder, manslaughter and intentional violence, as the former policeman caused Floyd’s death when he pressed his knee on the neck of the 40-year-old African American, for more than nine minutes, on May 25, 2020.

A policeman in Ohio shot and killed a 16-year-old black girl.

Tuesday’s incident also came days after a young black American, Donty Wright, was killed by a white policeman during regular traffic checks at the Brooklyn Center, a suburb of Minneapolis.

A policeman in Ohio shot and killed a 16-year-old black girl.

Police officer Kim Porter, 48, said she mixed her pistol with her electric stun gun

 

In a separate incident, the New York State Police announced the arrest of a man, Tuesday. Police believe that he had shot three people, killing one person, according to what CNN reported.

 

The shooting took place in the office of a manager on the top floor of a New York grocery store.

 

Police said hundreds of people were inside the store.

The name of the teenage girl involved in the accident, which occurred in Columbus, the state capital, has been identified as Machia Bryant.

 

Columbus police showed footage taken with the policeman’s body that appeared to show the girl attacking other people with a knife before being shot.

 

Police are investigating the incident while officials are urging residents of the area to remain calm.

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Meanwhile, US media reported that the policeman who fired the shot, whose name was not revealed, was given a paid administrative leave.

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