Bodycam Shows Arizona Police Tase, Shoot Allegedly Armed Man at Mental Health Facility

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Bodycam video shows police officers tasing and fatally shooting a 22-year-old man allegedly armed with a knife at a mental health facility, authorities say. The Phoenix Police Department in Arizona said they responded to a call about a man who was apparently threatening to jump out the second-floor window. When confronted, the man allegedly brandished a knife, stating he wanted to die, and advanced toward officers, police say. At which time they deployed a taser and shot the man multiple times.

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