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Disease video shows the moment a mentally ill man breathed his last breath while being held by laughing Dallas agents after calling 911 for help in August 2016

Disease video footage arose the moment a mentally ill man exhaled his last breath while being held by the Dallas police after he had called 911 for help.

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Tony Timpa, 32, died in 2016 while being held on the ground by street police. He had called 911 and told the operator that he not only ran out of medication, but had used drugs and needed help.

He called from the parking lot of a porn library and also told the police that he was schizophrenic.

When the police reached him, he was put in plastic armrests by private guards and behave irregularly on the floor.

The police then put him in traditional handcuffs and slapped him on his front, one knee on his back, to try & calm him down.

They then made a joke and laughed for six minutes, they imitated him and laughed for a & # 39; cocktail & # 39; of sedatives that he would receive in a mental health institution while slowly losing consciousness.

When he stopped responding to them, they panicked and asked each other: & # 39; What the f ** k? He didn't just die there, did he? & # 39;

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By the time paramedics appeared on the scene and they had put him in a stretcher, 14 minutes after he was held, Timpa was dead. The footage appeared on Wednesday after years of legal struggle from Dallas News to release it.

Disease video shows the moment a mentally ill man breathed his last breath while being held by laughing Dallas agents after calling 911 for help in August 2016

Disease video shows the moment a mentally ill man breathed his last breath while being held by laughing Dallas agents after calling 911 for help in August 2016

Tony Timpa, 32, called 911 from the parking lot of a porn shop and told the dispatchers that he no longer had medication, had used drugs and needed help. Policemen put him in handcuffs and beat him on the stomach, put a knee on his back, to try & calm him down & # 39;

Tony Timpa, 32, called 911 from the parking lot of a porn shop and told the dispatchers that he no longer had medication, had used drugs and needed help. Policemen put him in handcuffs and beat him on the stomach, put a knee on his back, to try & calm him down & # 39;

Tony Timpa, 32, called 911 from the parking lot of a porn shop and told the dispatchers that he no longer had medication, had used drugs and needed help. Policemen put him in handcuffs and beat him on the stomach, put a knee on his back, to try & calm him down & # 39;

The officers joked and laughed for six minutes, imitating Timpa and giggling about a & # 39; cocktail & # 39; of sedatives that he would receive in a mental health institution if he lost consciousness

The officers joked and laughed for six minutes, imitating Timpa and giggling about a & # 39; cocktail & # 39; of sedatives that he would receive in a mental health institution if he lost consciousness

The officers joked and laughed for six minutes, imitating Timpa and giggling about a & # 39; cocktail & # 39; of sedatives that he would receive in a mental health institution if he lost consciousness

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It shows how the paramedic Timpa treated told the officers: & # 39; He is dead & # 39; as someone stood and claimed to have spoken with his mother.

& # 39; He is what?! & # 39; the officer replied. He then muttered: & # 39; F ** k! & # 39;

The officers – were charged with crimes following the death of Timpa.

The Dallas County Medical Examiner ruled death as a murder case and said he died of a cardiac arrest caused by the toxic effects of cocaine and stress due to physical limitations.

Despite the verdict, the officers were accused of crime lethal behavior.

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The prosecutors – Kevin Mansell, Danny Vasquez and Dustin Dillard – were accused of crime lethal behavior by a large jury, but prosecutors rejected the case.

Now the Timpa family is looking for a settlement before the civil court.

The Dallas County Medical Examiner ruled Timpa's death as a murder and said he died of a cardiac arrest caused by the toxic effects of cocaine and stress from physical disability

The Dallas County Medical Examiner ruled Timpa's death as a murder and said he died of a cardiac arrest caused by the toxic effects of cocaine and stress from physical disability

The 32-year-old family fights in civil court to hold the officers responsible for his death

The 32-year-old family fights in civil court to hold the officers responsible for his death

The Dallas County Medical Examiner ruled Timpa's death as a murder and said he died of a cardiac arrest caused by the toxic effects of cocaine and stress due to physical limitations. The 32-year-old family fights in civil court to hold the officers responsible for his death

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The video shows that before he lost consciousness, Timpa shouted: & You're going to kill me! You're gonna kill me! You're gonna kill me! & # 39;

The police laughed at it, told him to stay calm and giggle.

They then turned him on his torso and pushed his face into the grass, and one of the officers laid his knee on his back.

They laughed: & # 39; What did you bring Tony? & # 39;

Timpa & # 39; s mother, Vicki (photo) submitted an open archive request for information about the death of her son

Timpa & # 39; s mother, Vicki (photo) submitted an open archive request for information about the death of her son

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Timpa & # 39; s mother, Vicki (photo) submitted an open archive request for information about the death of her son

Once he had lost consciousness, they tried to wake him up by pushing at him and laughing: & # 39; Wake up Tony, time to go to school. & # 39;

A cop in the background then imitated a child and answered: & # 39; I don't want to go to school. & # 39;

They laughed at the & # 39; cocktail & # 39; that he could get from a local mental health institution.

When they realized that he was not responding, their tone became more serious, but they held him to the ground and held him.

A counselor approached and gave him a sedative.

By the time they raised him on a stretcher, after 14 minutes on the floor, he was dead.

The officers started to panic and noticed that he did not respond.

& # 39; He is not breathing, & # 39; said one of the paramedics from the ambulance.

& # 39; He is not breathing? Oh sh * t! F ** k! & # 39; the agent replied.

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In the background another officer shouted: & # 39; I have his mother on the phone and she knows all these things. & # 39;

The paramedic then pointed to him and said: & # 39; He is dead. & # 39;

The police fought for years to keep the video secret and claimed that it would disrupt the ongoing lawsuits and criminal cases if it became public.

The Dallas Police Department fought for years to keep the incident under control and claimed that it would disrupt ongoing lawsuits and criminal cases if it became public

The Dallas Police Department fought for years to keep the incident under control and claimed that it would disrupt ongoing lawsuits and criminal cases if it became public

The Dallas Police Department fought for years to keep the incident under control and claimed that it would disrupt ongoing lawsuits and criminal cases if it became public

The parking lot of the porn shop where Timpa died in custody can be seen above
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The parking lot of the porn shop where Timpa died in custody can be seen above

The parking lot of the porn shop where Timpa died in custody can be seen above

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