Protests erupted in East Pittsburgh Wednesday after a police officer shot a 17-year-old black male dead late Tuesday night.
The police officer, who is in his 20’s was reportedly sworn in just hours before the shooting.
Fox News reported:
Protests erupted outside of the East Pittsburgh Police station over a 17-year-old boy shot and killed by a police officer late Tuesday as he ran from a traffic stop related to a separate shooting.
The gathering for Antwon Rose, which spread across social media with photos and video, saw demonstrators praying, chanting, marching and calling for an end to violence and police brutality, KDKA reported.
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