Akron Police hold news conference on Black driver shot dozens of times

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Police in Akron, Ohio spoke to press on July 3 to address the killing of Jayland Walker by police on June 27. Walker was shot at least 60 times. Read more: https://wapo.st/3nCA66C.

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