Oklahoma Police Release Bodycam Footage of a Good Boy Who Died During a 2019 Arrest

Some people have severe heart disease, use hard drugs, and die of heart attacks.

When people who are so destined to have heart attacks finally have them, it’s often during episodes of peak stress and physical exertion.

Some of these people are African-Americans, and since many of those are career criminals, these peak stress moments occur when they are running from or struggling with the police.

To promote awareness during black felon heart health awareness year, the crypto-KKK skinhead racist Nazis of the Oklahoma Police Department – who are rumored to get together every full moon to cook barbecue pork over the flames of burning crosses – have released a new informative black heart attack video, for public education purposes.


Oklahoma City police have released body-camera videos of an armed black man who died in police custody last year after telling arresting officers ‘I can’t breathe.’

The footage of the May 2019 arrest released late Monday was eerily similar to video showing George Floyd’s death last month in Minneapolis police custody, which has ignited protests and scattered violence in cities across the U.S. Floyd, a black man who was unarmed and handcuffed, pleaded for air as a white officer pressed a knee on his neck.

The Oklahoma videos were released following a demand from the Oklahoma City Black Lives Matter group and requests from several media outlets, said Oklahoma City Police Capt. Larry Withrow.

In the videos, 42-year-old Derrick Elliot Scott, also known as Derrick Ollie, can be heard moaning and telling officers he couldn’t breathe as at least one officer straddled him in an attempt to place him in handcuffs. After he’s handcuffed, Scott appears to go in and out of consciousness. Paramedics are called, and Scott is placed on a gurney and transported to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Scott, who was armed with a handgun, matched the description of a suspect who had brandished a firearm, according to police. As police officers approached him, the video shows Scott ran away before one officer tackled him. The officers then struggled to handcuff as Scott complained he couldn’t breathe.

Did the handcuffs choke him to death?

Or do people who have heart attacks usually experience shortness of breath?

I wonder which one it could be?

An autopsy report listed the probable cause of death as a collapsed lung and noted several conditions that likely contributed to his death, including physical restraint, recent methamphetamine use, asthma, emphysema and heart disease.

Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater cleared all of the officers involved last year after receiving a copy of the autopsy report.

“This guy runs from the police. He’s got a 90% occluded major artery in his heart,” Prater told The Associated Press in a telephone interview. “I mean, he’s just a perfect candidate to die when you’ve got meth in your system and those kinds of physical ailments and then you fight with police. They (officers) didn’t do anything wrong at all.

Let it sink in how civil the police are with these blacks, that the media is this desperate for riot-baiting material, and all they can find are cases like this one. Random deaths and police interactions both happen all the time, and in a population of millions of people, these events coincide by pure chance a few times in a year.

Will this revelation shock self-hating white Democrats to their senses, and cause them to renounce their new religion of kneeling down to the blacks and worshipping them as living gods?

Probably not!