Afghan Interpreter Shot Dead in San Francisco After Attacking Police with a Knife (VIDEO)

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Former Afghan interpreter Ajmal Amani was shot dead in San Francisco last week after attacking police with a knife.

This was not the first time Amani was charged with assault. In 2019 Ajmal Amani was arrested after allegedly slashing a city park ranger with a box cutter.

ABC News reported:

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Police on Wednesday released video of officers shooting a knife-wielding man who charged at them in a residential hotel.

Ajmal Amani, 41, was shot Friday morning in the narrow corridor of the building on South of Market after threatening several people with a large kitchen knife. He was shot in the stomach and leg and died at a hospital.

Amani was a former Afghan interpreter for U.S. special forces who had been shot several times during more than five years of service and struggled with post-traumatic stress disorder, his former lawyer, his case manager and a property manager told the San Francisco Chronicle.

Amani was charged with assault with a deadly weapon in 2019 for allegedly slashing a city park ranger with a box cutter who said he appeared to be in an “altered mental state.”


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