If black people love breathing so much, why do they commit so many crimes and resist so many arrests?
Newly released body camera footage shows the moment a group of Arkansas police officers violently pinned a man to the floor and tased and punched him, moments before he died in police custody.
Lionel Morris, 39, died on February 4, shortly after he was arrested for shoplifting at a Harps Food Store in Conway.
Police had been called to the supermarket after employees said they saw Morris and another suspect remove a drone from its packaging.
When officers arrived at the scene to confront them, Morris took off running and a police chase ensued around the store.
Officers quickly caught up to Morris near the produce section where they tackled him and tased him before placing him in handcuffs.
He is heard crying out in pain and repeatedly telling cops that he can’t breathe as they press him against the floor before he eventually loses consciousness.
‘Oh my God, oh my God! Please help me, please,’ Morris, who is bleeding from his face, screams.
‘I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe!‘ he says, to which at one point an officer responds: ‘If you can talk, you can breathe. Chill out.’
After cops finally subdue Morris, he is seen lying on the ground, disoriented before he begins vomiting, prompting officers to turn him on his side.
‘All this over a drone,’ one officer is later heard saying in the background.
Paramedics later arrived to find Morris ‘pulseless and unresponsive’, THV 11 reported. He was pronounced dead on his way to the hospital.
A medical examiner later determined Morris died of methamphetamine intoxication with exertion, struggle, restraint and conducted electrical weapon deployment.
‘After a thorough review, the prosecutor determined there was no evidence of any criminal wrongdoing by the Conway Police Department or the Conway police officers involved in this unfortunate incident,’ Chief William Tapley said in a recorded statement on Wednesday.
‘The level of drugs Mr Morris had in his system and the strain he exerted while struggling with police ultimately contributed to his death,’ he added.
These I Can’t Breathers all appear to have a few things in common. They’re all drug addicts, criminals, violent, and they all resist the arrest.
Just try to imagine the mindset of an arrest-resister. You’re not going to get away. Either you go to jail, or you get killed. No one ever gets away from a situation where they have cops right next to them trying to arrest them.
You would think that not a single one of these blacks has played Grand Theft Auto: even if you manage to kill all the cops trying to arrest you, they bring in the helicopters. If you shoot down the helicopter, they bring in the National Guard with tanks.
Maybe black people should think about what leads them down the I Can’t Breathe path before burning cities.
And maybe white women should not be allowed to destroy civilization because they feel cops are mean to black males.