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The people were seen taunting and throwing things at the police in Philadelphia on Wednesday night, in the middle of a wild shoot-out, and the ensuing confrontation that saw six policemen and wounded, and in the video posted online shows a woman who is a police officer, who is on his way to the stage.
Philadelphia’s KYW-TV reporter and hero of Alexandria Hoff explained on Twitter Wednesday night, how a bunch of people, next to the blocked out of the active shooter scene and allegedly sexually harassed the officers.
“That was a 10, and because of that I was picked to be at the live recording, I’ll mention it here as well,” Hoff said in a Tweet. “A key point of disappointment for the evening was watching the crowd taunt the police, and laugh, and scream at them in the middle of the gunfire.”
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“I just need to add the — with 98% of the people on the scene were respectful and engaged. That time, it was a surprising thing to see in the middle of something so chaotic,” she added in a separate tweet.
In a video posted by Breaking911), a woman can be seen pushing the officer from behind, he walks through the crowd. Others in the audience, yelling, and throwing objects at the police when they are in the closed area in the middle of the current stand-off scene.
Several officers of the Narcotics Strike Force were serving a warrant for a multiple-family-a dwelling in connection with a drug-related offense if things went wrong almost straight away, and the gunman opened fire, Police Commissioner Richard Ross, Jr. it has been said.
In the dramatic shoot-out in Philadelphia that stretched on for more than eight hours, if half a dozen officers were shot and killed. The two officers were trapped on the second floor of the building when the gunman shot at the first-floor ceiling, and out of response and enforcement of the law.
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After enduring more than five hours of gunfire, the SWAT officers managed to get the two senior officers and three of the hostages are out of the house safely. The gunman eventually gave up to just after midnight on Thursday, with the leave of the house, holding his hands up in the air, and with a police light shining on him, and is surrounded by a cloud of tear gas.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.