LATEST ‘I Can’t Breath’ WATCH: Body Cam Video Shows Black Man Chased, Cuffed By Police, He DIES Afterward

Less than two minutes after the Metro Police pursuit began before dawn Thursday, officers had their fleeing suspect in custody. Handcuffed on the ground, Byron Lee Williams repeatedly told them he couldn’t breathe.

Williams’ in-custody death and the officers’ actions remained under investigation as Clark County Assistant Sheriff Charles Hank on Monday shared preliminary details and broadcast a five-minute video clip from an officer’s body-worn camera from Thursday morning.

Source: Man who died in Metro custody repeatedly said he couldn’t breathe

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