Akron, Ohio, police Sunday delivered body-camera recordings recorded as officials shot a 25-year-old Black 

man to death in an occurrence that has ignited fights and calls for responsibility.
One of those recordings 

shows numerous officials terminating many times at Jayland Walker, who was unarmed, the morning of

June 27. Akron Police Chief Stephen Mylett said at a public interview that a ton of rounds were terminated

and specialists are attempting to decide precisely the number of.
A clinical inspector's report tracked down no 

 less than 60 injuries to Mr. Walker's body, the boss said, adding that it is as yet muddled the number of those injuries

represent slug section and leave wounds.
The boss said he had watched video of the shooting multiple times

and said it was challenging to watch and stunning.The eight officials who shot their firearms have been put 

paid semi-voluntary vacation, the boss said.
Bobby DiCello, a legal counselor for the Walker family, called for

harmony following the shooting."They need nobility and they need equity," he said of the family in a meeting.

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