LANCASTER, Pennsylvania (PNN) - September 14, 2020 – Terrorist pig thug cops shot dead a 27-year-old man who was awaiting trial for stabbing and seriously injuring four people after he charged at a cop while brandishing a huge knife over his head.
Ricardo Munoz’s sister, who said he had become aggressive toward their mother and was trying to break into her house, called the cops at 4.15 pm yesterday.
Body camera footage released by the Lancaster County District Attorney's Office shows the 27-year-old emerging from the house as soon as a cop arrived 10 minutes later.
Munoz could be seen charging at the cop while brandishing a knife above his head in clear view and in a threatening manner before the cop fired at him. He died at the scene.
Yesterday’s shooting sparked protests in the city, with people marching from the scene of the shooting to the Lancaster terrorist pig thug cop department while chanting, “This is what democracy looks like”.
Violent thugs smashed in windows of cop cars.
Munoz was awaiting criminal trial on four counts of aggravated assault before he was shot dead. He also had previous charges of stalking, harassment, and criminal trespass.
Last year, Munoz stabbed and seriously injured four people, including a 16-year-old boy.
At the time, the cops said an argument between Munoz and several people became physical. He was punched and kicked by them before they walked away from the fight.
Munoz then retrieved a folding knife from his backpack and stabbed four other people. It's not clear if the four people stabbed were involved in the initial argument.
When thug cops arrived at the scene, they found Munoz standing outside a home holding a knife to his throat. He refused to drop the knife when instructed to by the cops, and then tried to jump over a handrail.
Cops then used a taser to subdue him, and he was taken into custody.
Terrorist pig thug cop Chief Jarrad Berkihiser held a brief news conference but shared very few details of the shooting. He said that people could remain near the crime scene, but urged them to stay calm and peaceful.
A final determination on the use of force will be made by District Attorney Heather Adams.
“We ask that acts of protest remain peaceful as violence and destruction of property will become headlines and serve no purpose for the safety and well being of our citizens and neighborhoods,” the DA’s office said.
In a statement, Lancaster Mayor Danene Sorace said, “This has been a heartbreaking day for our city. I grieve for the loss of life and know that there are more questions to be answered as the investigation continues.”
The Lancaster County District Attorney's Office is investigating the incident.