A black man filmed by a Texas TV police by a reality TV show died after repeatedly tasting as he was begging “I can’t save me” – “Crying me” comes after weeping the police footage.
“I have heart failure!” Javier Ambler, 40, shows the newly released images that officers ordered to turn face down on the ground after being chased because he refused to cut his headlights.
Panting, the old post worker said several times, “I can’t breathe!” She begged. According to the deadly arrest footage in Austin last March, this week only appeared.
“I don’t resist… Sir, I can’t breathe! Please. Please! “Cried for being filmed by a team from” Live PD, “accused of refusing to leave A & E’s images to researchers.
“Save me,” Ambler pleaded right before a guard was deployed for the last time.
Death ruled a murder – but no disciplinary action or charges were made, According to Austin American-Statesman.
One of the officers heard he heard he was “pretty sure I had broken his finger” when he handcuffed him – his images show officers trying to manage the CPR because they couldn’t find the pulse.
Lawmakers did CPR for four minutes, and medics worked for another 50 minutes before Ambler declared he was dead in an Austin hospital. A death certificate in custody said he never attempted to attack or threaten any lawmaker.
The parents of Ambler, a retired army veteran and a hospital clerk, said that only their son died in police custody until last week. “Live PD” never broadcast images.
Police images and documents are only available to Austin American-Statesman and KVUE Tvthey say.
Travis County District Attorney Margaret Moore told both media outlets that she plans to present the case to a major jury.
He has always accused both County County Sheriff Robert Chody and “Live PD” producers with efforts to tackle the stone wall for evidence or interviews.
DA was also concerned that the TV crew might have influenced officers’ tactics. The officer chasing Ambler is J.J. In addition to Johnson, who was black, Zachary Camden, who was the first to respond in white, also had the “Live PD” team.
“For any of us who are in law enforcement, there is a very serious concern that the decision to join this chase needs more than keeping William County citizens safe for fun,” said Moore.
Ambler’s death ruled a murder, but there are no indications that lawmakers have faced any action or been forced to take time.
Autopsy showed that he died of congestive heart failure and hypertensive cardiovascular disease associated with morbid obesity at two exits.
Ambler’s mother, Maritza Ambler, said he warned KVUE-TV to be careful when dealing with law enforcement. “I would just say there was a minority to remind him,” he said. “You’re doing this against you, on your color.”
Her father, Javier Ambler Sr., said she needed help with depression due to death from the station. “Fathers shouldn’t have to bury their sons,” he said.
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