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September 2020: California banned carotid-artery chokeholds, known as “blood chokes.” December: Cops in Antioch, CA, allegedly kneeled on Angelo Quinto’s neck for five minutes after subduing him. He died three days later. Police denied using the maneuver.

"Please don't kill me," Angelo Quinto pleaded to the cops before they kneeled on his neck

Angelo Quinto’s family says he died after police pinned him by his neck. Police deny they did anything wrong.

Family, friends mark the late Angelo Quinto’s birthday, urge reforms

Family, friends mark the late Angelo Quinto’s birthday, urge reforms

"Please don't kill me," Angelo Quinto pleaded to the cops before they kneeled on his neck

From @TheBayKQED  🎧 The death of Angelo Quinto in Antioch has brought national attention to a place that has long been resistant to police reform. Young activists and a now-majority Black city council see an opportunity for change.

Warning: Distressing images. "They took him from my mom's arms, he said 'Please don't kill me.'" Angelo Quinto died after police knelt on him for over 5 minutes. His family tells Brut what happened and why they're calling for police reform.

As two Antioch police officers held Angelo Quinto to the floor, his mother instinctively reached for her cellphone. Her video is the only visual record of what happened, forcing leaders to consider police reforms that many cities have already adopted.

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Angelo Quinto died three days after police officers knelt on his back for nearly five minutes on Dec. 23, causing him to lose consciousness, according to a wrongful-death claim filed by his family against the City of Antioch in California.

Here's what to know about Angelo Quinto, who died after a violent arrest in December

A clamor for answers from the Antioch Police Department in California is growing after it was revealed that 30-year-old angelo quinto'>Filipino-American Angelo Quinto died while in detention.

On. Dec. 23, Angelo Quinto’s sister called Antioch police because he was having a mental health episode. Quinto’s family say once the police arrived, they kneeled on his neck for five minutes. He lost consciousness and died three days later.

The family of a Navy veteran who was detained by Antioch, CA police while suffering a mental health crisis has filed a claim against the city. Family say police knelt on Angelo Quinto's neck for 5 minutes while he was handcuffed. He died 3 days later. (Photo: John Burris)

Family Files Lawsuit over Police Killing of Filipino American Angelo Quinto in California

The family of Angelo Quinto called police on Dec. 23 because the Navy veteran was suffering a mental health crisis.

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