Who was Arnold Walker and what was his cause of death? kumanjayi death trail update: An Australian native was killed in a shooting whose name is Arnold Walker. He announced dead on the spot. However, the incident happened in November 2019 but the news is going viral on social media now. The netizens are shocked after hearing about this incident. The netizens have shown their sorrow for his death on social media. The Australian native was only 19 years who lost his life so soon. His family is still in grief after his death. They remember him every day. After getting the news, the netizens are looking forward to knowing more details about the native. Through this article, you will get all the details about Arnold Walker and the incident. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Who was Arnold Walker?
According to the sources, Arnold Walker who was also known as Kumanjayi had been killed in November 2019. Arnold was killed after being shot by a cop whose name is Zachary Rolfe. He was from the Northern Territory. After his death, a huge protest was raised in the area for the police treatment of Arnold. Arnold was injured brutally from gunshots. When his Post Mortem reports came out, it was revealed that the cause of Arnold’s death is the second or third shot.
As per the sources, two police officers went to the residence of Mr. Walker on 09 November 2019 who tried to detain him forcibly, During the arrest, officer Rolfe fired on him three times but for self-defense. Arnold passed away before receiving any medical treatment. The Police said that Arnold had attacked one of the officers with the knife so they were left with no option but to shoot. This incident shed light on the dangerous environment during the Police work every day.
Arnold Walker’s cause of death?
However, the police officer Zachary Rolfe was charged with killing the native. He also pleaded not guilty to murder. He believed that whatever he did was in self-defense. Rolfe’s trials were postponed when the high court agreed to hear his application for an appeal. At that time, he was 30 years old and was serving the Northern Territory for a very long time. Earlier, he had received a bravery award and also had a tour of Afghanistan. He received a bravery award for rescuing two tourists in 2016 from a flooded river. At the time of the shooting, he was accompanied by Constable Adam Eberl who was also injured during the incident. For now, the officer is out of jail on bail. Stay tuned with us for further updates.