It took two years for Louisiana State Police to launch the physique cam footage of the Could 10, 2019 arrest of Ronald Greene, which solely went viral after the disturbing video was obtained by the Associated Press. However now Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards is talking out.

“I would not have been disturbed had I assumed it was skilled, had I assumed these officers had carried out as they need to — they didn’t,” Bel Edwards mentioned to reporters on the state Capitol in Baton Rouge, based on CBS News. “They do not characterize what we aspire to within the state of Louisiana, on the Louisiana State Police, particularly as soon as Mr. Greene was not simply in custody however was restrained. 

“They weren’t skilled,” he continued. “They didn’t conduct themselves as a legislation enforcement officer ought to, and fairly frankly I am dissatisfied in officers who had been on the scene who did not intervene as nicely. That evidences an absence of professionalism additionally. It’s regrettable, it’s unlucky… We’ve got carried out a variety of modifications with the objective of creating positive this doesn’t occur once more.”

Col. Lamar Davis, the state police superintendent since October 2019, mentioned final week the company had restricted chokeholds and stun weapons.

Nevertheless, CBS News studies, regardless of Bel Edwards saying the incident was “regrettable,” the Democratic governor refused a number of requests to launch the footage and mentioned it might be “detrimental” to an ongoing federal civil rights investigation into Greene’s loss of life.

The video exhibits Greene’s door opening and a taser going off. “OK, OK,” he’s heard saying. “I am sorry. I am scared. Officer, I am scared. I am your brother. I am scared.”

An officer approaches Inexperienced’s automotive along with his weapon drawn. “Let me see your [expletive] palms [expletive].”

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After being tased, Greene will be heard moaning whereas nonetheless on the bottom and being put in handcuffs by an officer whereas one other kicks him a number of occasions. One cop will be heard saying, “I’ve bought blood throughout me, I hope this man ain’t bought [expletive] AIDS,” as Greene continues to moan. Greene can also be dragged at one level within the video.

It’s unknown who or how the unique footage was leaked to the Associated Press, nonetheless, the outlet additionally studies Greene was left mendacity face down and moaning for greater than 9 minutes whereas officers used sanitized wipes to scrub blood off themselves.

In line with a preliminary report, Louisiana State Police claimed Greene died as a consequence of an auto accident after a excessive velocity chase, which now seems to be false. The preliminary state police report doesn’t point out state troopers utilizing pressure or an arrest.

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The LSP’s report mentioned two officers pursued a automobile being pushed by Greene following an try to drag over Greene for an unspecified visitors violation and the pursuit ended when Greene crashed his automobile.

In Could 2020, Greene’s daughter filed a federal wrongful loss of life lawsuit in opposition to the officers and claimed her father was “brutalized by Louisiana State Police and Union Parish Deputy Officers which triggered his loss of life.”

In line with CNN, a report from the Louisiana State Police Felony Investigations Division revealed that Greene died on the best way to the hospital.