Video shows Miami Beach police fatally shooting man

6 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Art Basel Stabbing Suspect: “I Had To Watch Her Bleed”.

A robbery suspect was shot and killed by Miami Beach police Saturday morning, as the city was in the midst of the international Art Basel festival. MIAMI BEACH, Florida: Katie Holmes sings, dances and is even making her directorial debut, but the actress admits she’s not much of an art collector and was eager to explore Art Basel Miami Beach for the first time. “I really appreciate art,” said Holmes, who said she follows Jose Parla on Instagram and is friends with the photographer who goes by JR.Siyuan Zhao, a 24-year-old student from New York, was immediately arrested following the incident which took place in front of dozens of art lovers at the Miami Beach Convention Center at an exhibit for artist Naomi Fisher. She’s also a fan of Cy Twombly. “I have a toe in the art world.” She also enjoys painting with Suri, her 9-year-old daughter with ex-husband Tom Cruise, but says dismissively “it’s just a hobby. The city’s police has said the man was suspected of attempting to rob a Bank of America branch just before 10.30am, just blocks from some of the city’s most popular tourist destinations of South Beach and the Art Deco district.

We just have fun.” Holmes, who wore a red Azzedine Alaia dress and Manolo Blahnik heels, was among dozens of celebrities who descended on the prestigious art fair this week, including rocker Lenny Kravitz, who unveiled a photo exhibit, Alicia Keys, Eva Longoria, Ricky Martin and Leonardo DiCaprio. “Contrary to rumors, Khan is not playing the lead and will only be seen in a cameo,” a source from the film’s unit said, adding that it is a women-centric project with three male leads. When the victim finally confronted Zhao, without provocation, Zhao pulled out an exacto knife and stabbed the woman in her arm and shoulder. “We hear a scream and I thought it was part of the exhibit. This will be the filmmaker’s second project as a director, after her critically and commercially successful movie English Vinglish, which released in 2012. The Miami Herald reports: The incident that followed, in which police officers confront and ultimately shoot the man as he stands before them, was caught on video by a bystander.

A graphic video, which circulated widely on social media on Saturday, appears to start showing a standoff between police and a shirtless man purported to be the suspect, outside of the apparent barber shop.

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