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A 26-year-old man was caught on guard images (pictured) with a knife as he entered the 75th district of the New York Police Department in the East New York district of Brooklyn and begged officers to shoot him on Sunday

Alarming moment when a man with a knife with bipolar disorder begs to die and says to officers, & # 39; I want you to shoot me & # 39; while entering a NYPD district in Brooklyn

  • A 26-year-old man with bipolar disorder walked into the 75th district in East New York on Sunday around 8.30 am with a knife in his hand
  • He said in Spanish: & # 39; The government is my king. I want you to shoot at me & # 39;
  • Instead, officers tased him, he fell to the ground and asked why they didn't shoot
  • The man was arrested and taken to a hospital to be treated for minor injuries
  • Sources said the man will not encounter any charges regarding the incident
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A man with a knife entered the New York police station in Brooklyn and begged officers to shoot him.

The 26-year-old man was brought into the 75th district in East New York on Sunday at 8:30 am with surveillance footage with the gun in his hand.

Police sources told the New York Post that man said in spanish: & the government is king to me. I want you to shoot me. & # 39;

Instead, officers Tazed have the man, who is said to have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, and subjected him before anyone else was injured.

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The man was arrested and taken to a nearby hospital for treatment of minor injuries.

A 26-year-old man was caught on guard images (pictured) with a knife as he entered the 75th district of the New York Police Department in the East New York district of Brooklyn and begged officers to shoot him on Sunday

A 26-year-old man was caught on guard images (pictured) with a knife as he entered the 75th district of the New York Police Department in the East New York district of Brooklyn and begged officers to shoot him on Sunday

A recording of someone playing the surveillance footage on a computer was shared by the verified Twitter account for the Sergeants Benevolent Association, a police advocate consisting of approximately 13,000 active and retired NYPD sergeants on Sunday afternoon.

Praise for the work of the officers involved, the clip was shared with a tweet that reads: & Is the city really that far away? Again fantastic work from NYPD Cops. & # 39;

The video shows the man who enters the lobby where two people are sitting behind him.

He just puts a few feet in the door and stops there, waving the hand holding the knife by his side as slightly as an officer goes backwards.

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After a moment the two seated people get up and walk around the man, eventually moving out of sight of the camera.

As soon as the apparent civilians have disappeared from sight, more officers appear who deal with the man.

After a moment the two seated people get up and walk around the man, eventually moving out of sight of the camera. As soon as the apparent civilians have disappeared from sight, more officers appear who deal with the man

After a moment the two seated people get up and walk around the man, eventually moving out of sight of the camera. As soon as the apparent civilians have disappeared from sight, more officers appear who deal with the man

After a moment the two seated people get up and walk around the man, eventually moving out of sight of the camera. As soon as the apparent civilians have disappeared from sight, more officers appear who deal with the man

As more officers surround the man, they attract Tasers that they use to bring the man to the ground

As more officers surround the man, they attract Tasers that they use to bring the man to the ground

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As more officers surround the man, they attract Tasers that they use to bring the man to the ground

Two officers almost immediately enter the lobby from further inside the grounds, one stepping towards the man until he realizes that he is holding a knife.

Both officers then draw their weapons and a third comes into the picture.

As more officers surround the man, they attract Tasers that they use to bring the man to the ground.

As the man falls, he hits the glass door behind him and is convulsive

As the man falls, he hits the glass door behind him and is convulsive

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As the man falls, he hits the glass door behind him and is convulsive

A total of 10 officers can be seen running towards him as soon as he lands. Police sources said the man then asked officers: "Why didn't you shoot me?" I'm too chicken to kill myself & # 39;

A total of 10 officers can be seen running towards him as soon as he lands. Police sources said the man then asked officers: "Why didn't you shoot me?" I'm too chicken to kill myself & # 39;

A total of 10 officers can be seen running towards him as soon as he lands. According to police sources, the man then asked officers: "Why didn't you shoot me?" I'm too chicken to kill myself & # 39;

After his fall, a total of 10 officers run towards him.

According to police sources, the man then asked officers: "Why didn't you shoot me?" I'm too chicken to kill myself. & # 39;

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According to the sources, the man will not be accused of a crime.

For confidential support, call the National Suicide Prevention Line at 1-800-273-8255

According to the sources, the man will not be accused of a crime. The 75th NYPD Precinct is shown

According to the sources, the man will not be accused of a crime. The 75th NYPD Precinct is shown

According to the sources, the man will not be accused of a crime. The 75th NYPD Precinct is shown

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