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Minneapolis Black Man Killed by Police, Dramatic video


Minneapolis black man killed in the street by police kneeling on the neck, video shows.

“I cannot breathe!” FBI is investigating the death of a black man in Minneapolis after the video shows police officer pining knee against his neck.

The black man appeared to be fighting to breathe on the ground. “I cannot breathe! I cannot breathe!” the man yells as onlookers noticed him and gathered around. “Don’t kill me!”

Warning: The video contains strong language and distressing images.

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Continue reading to watch a 10-minute video that shows the man was not resisting and officer continuously pulls his knee to the neck.

The man apparently suffocated due to oxygen deficiency.

Police reported that officers were responding to a report of a forgery in progress.

“Officers were advised that the suspect was sitting on top of a blue car and appeared to be under the influence,” a police statement said.

In the video, two officers can be seen that have arrived and located the suspect. He is a black male believed to be in his 40s, in his car. He was ordered to get off his car.

Getting out of the car, he physically resisted officers. Police officers were able to get the suspect into handcuffs and consciously noted he seemed to be suffering medical distress.

This that the man was under pressure was obvious as videos show. This, in fact, is distressing to see things like this.

However, officers called for an ambulance. The man died minutes later.

No weapons of any type were used by anyone involved in this incident. Body-worn cameras were on and activated during this incident.

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The black man’s death, occurred Monday night after a struggle with police officers. Tuesday, the whole case is under investigation by the FBI and state agents.

Officers were called about 8 p.m. Police found the man, believed to be in his 40s, matching the suspect’s description sitting in his car.

The man, who was not named, was taken by ambulance to Hennepin County Medical Center. This was where he later died, police said.

The FBI and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension are investigating the case. The officers’ body cameras were on during the interaction.

Officials are said to be working to verify the video.

Dramatic video shows a man pinned on the ground by a Minneapolis police officer and repeatedly says he can’t breathe.

After a while, he stops speaking and moving altogether. Police say he later lost his life at the hospital.

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The Minneapolis police reports

“Our community continues to be traumatized again, and again and again,” Minneapolis City Councilwomanو Andrea Jenkins, said in a statement. “We must demand answers.”

The incident of Minneapolis black man killed by police, started when two officers arrived at the 3700 blocks of Chicago Avenue South.

Officers located the man, whom they supposed to be under the influence.

“Officers were able to get the suspect into handcuffs and realized that the suspect was suffering medical distress,” a Minneapolis police spokesperson announced in a news briefing early Tuesday. 

“Officers called for an ambulance. He was transported to Hennepin County Medical Center where he died a short time later.”

Social media reactions

According to a news report, social media users:

“quickly accused the Minnesota Police Department of killing the suspect, who has not been identified as of early Tuesday morning. Some said the suspect was suffocated. Others described it as being choked.”

People on social media shared that Minneapolis cops murdered another black man.

We still don’t know what was the true story. However, this 10-minute video is so frustrating.

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Minneapolis mayor responded to the incident

Minneapolis Mayor, Jacob Frey, spoke the incident in a Tuesday morning press conference, calling it “simply awful” and saying “it was traumatic and it serves as a clear reminder of just how far we have to go.”

Frey said:

“I believe what I saw, and what I saw was wrong at every level. This does not reflect the values that Chief Arradondo has worked tirelessly to instill. It does not represent the training we’ve invested in or the measures we’ve taken to ensure accountability.”

“Being black in America should not be a death sentence. For five minutes, we watched as a white officer pressed his knee into the neck of a black man. For five minutes. When you hear someone calling for help, you are supposed to help. This officer failed in the most basic human sense.”


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