A shocking Video shows an officer pressing his knee into the neck of a defenseless African-American. Now the FBI is investigating his death.African-Americans in the United States in the case of an arrest by police officers killed and A Video that shows how a policeman on the neck of the Black kneels in a case reminiscent of the death of Eric Garner
Minneapolis – The scenes are horrific. They come from the USA . A policeman pushes his knee about three and a half minutes against the neck of a motionless, moaning man who gets almost no air. the "I can't breathe! “, is heard. "I can't breathe! the don't Kill me! “
USA: the Video shows the scenes of arrest
happened exactly at the end. The man should be arrested, came to the hospital, succumbed later to his injuries. It is a Afro-Americans . The whole incident, the startling since today, the USA , has been captured on a Video that was released early Tuesday on Facebook.
all This happened on Monday evening against 20 clock local time in the South of Minneapolis , the 382.500 inhabitants, the most populous city in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The police Department of Minneapolis announced on early Tuesday that the nameless man had later died of a "medical incident".
racism in the United States: The FBI is investigating the death of the African-American
"Two civil servants told him to get out of his car", it was the part of the U.S. . After he had dropped out, had made the man "physically resistance. The officials placed the African Americans in handcuffs, and found that apparently a medical emergency. The officials called for a ambulance.“
The man died, the statement said, and continued: "at no time were weapons used of any kind of persons, who were involved in this incident." Now the FBI and state authorities are investigating the death of the husband . It is another case of police brutality in the USA seems .
The FBI is looking into the death of a black man after he was stopped by police in Minneapolis. Video of the confrontation shows a white officer's knee pinning down the man's neck. "I can't breathe" is heard several times before an ambulance arrives.@jeffpeguescbs reports. pic.twitter.com/2A9pMzYuM0— CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) May 26, 2020
mayor of Minneapolis responds in shock to the incident of police violence in the USA
The Video comes vonder American Darnella Frazier . "When I went, he was already on the ground," says Frazier in your Facebook Video. "The Cops have detained him on his neck and he cried. The police killed him, right in front of all. He wept and told them that he could not breathe and everything. the you have killed this man .“
The mayor of Minneapolis shocked: "He shouldn't have to die," said Jacob Frey. "What we have seen, was awful. to be In the US, black should not death sentence be . ... If you hear someone call for help, you help. This officer has failed in the most basic of human senses. “
United States struggle with racism: memories of the death of Eric Garner, in Wake
Social Media Users have noted Similarities between the death of the husband, and the Eric Garner , an unarmed Black man died in 2014,*after he had been brought by a New York police officer in a chokehold.
His death brought in the United States and, in addition, the one-year previously founded the civil rights movement " Black Lives Matter " at the time, to awareness. The last words of Garner, at the time, were captured on a Video and said: "I can't breathe." And then he died.
Another Black man is choked to death by police, this time in Minneapolis, after he told them he couldn't breathe. It brought back memories when Eric Garner was killed by Daniel Pantaleo.— JEREL (@Jerel_07050born) May 26, 2020
If you can't recognize the war against blacks, I don't know what else to tell you.
Why is there ANOTHER case eerily similar to Eric Garner in Minneapolis, where someone is clearly starting “I can't breathe” yet are still being subjected to chokehold’s or knees to the neck. This is why it's important these murderers be punished. We're stuck in a vicious cycle.— Dana Renee ✨ (@Dana_0087) May 26, 2020
*fr.de is part of the nationwide Ippen-Digital editors networkDate Of Update: 26 May 2020, 11:33