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“I can’t breathe” has been repeated over and over again by George Floyd, Eric Garner, Derrick Scott, and so many more whose names never made headlines. The Justice in Policing Act would ban chokeholds and hold police who use them accountable.

Oklahoma City police this week released body camera video of the 2019 arrest of an armed black man who died not long after saying repeatedly during the encounter that he couldn’t breathe. “I am reliving his death all over again,” says Vickey Scott, mother of Derrick Scott.

Recently released body cam footage from Oklahoma City police show Derrick Scott saying “I can’t breathe” while being arrested. He died in police custody on May 20th, 2019.

We just now are seeing the disturbing video of Derrick Scott’s death. Policing is so broken in America!!!

In Oklahoma City, officials released one-year-old body-cam footage in which Derrick Scott, a black man who died from a collapsed lung, cried “I can’t breathe” as he was pinned to the ground by a white police officer who replied, “I don’t care.”

“I Can’t Breathe”: Bodycam Video Shows Derrick Scott’s Killing by Oklahoma City Police

Group holds memorial to honor Derrick Ollie Scott 13 months after dying in OCPD custody

Derrick Ollie Scott died last year in Oklahoma City after stating repeatedly that he couldn’t breathe while being held in police custody, newly released body camera footage worn by the officers involved shows.


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"I can't breathe," a black man tells an Oklahoma City cop, "I don't care," the cop responds. Derrick Scott then died. He was 42.

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'I can't breathe,' Oklahoma man, Derrick Scott, 42, tells police before dying. 'I don't care,' officer responds.

“I don’t care,” an Oklahoma City police officer told Derrick Scott in response to his pleas.

"I can't breathe," Derrick Scott, a 42-year-old black man, said when he was arrested in Oklahoma last year, a video shows. “I don’t care," an officer replied. Scott died in custody shortly afterward.

"I can't breathe," Derrick Scott repeatedly told 3 Oklahoma City cops restraining him last year. They said: "I don't care." "You can breathe just fine." "He's acting like he's unconscious." Scott died an hour after his arrest. There are now videos:

Derrick Scott can be heard repeatedly asking for his medicine as he struggles for air, in the police body camera footage from 20 May 2019, released this week by Oklahoma City police department

The mother of Derrick Scott, who died in police custody last year, said she was devastated by bodycam footage, released by Oklahoma City police this week, showing her son’s fatal arrest