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From GoLocalProv by GoLocalProv News Team :
Providence Police tell a news conference that the shooting of the now decease Joseph Santos was justified. According to Providence Public Safety Commissioner Steven Pare, police fired a total of forty times at the pickup.
Santos was shot at least twice. Of the five Providence Police officers involved in the shooting, only one had a functioning body camera and the lens of the camera was blocked most of the time. Another body camera was improperly turned on and never broadcast.
The Rhode Island State Police were absent from the press conference.
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