Released by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, the 28-year-old faced a health crisis. And six days later he died in a coma. Attorney Benjamin Crump, representing Brianna Grier’s family, is questioning those incidents. Due to which the 28-year-old fell fatally after falling from a moving police car in handcuffs.
In a statement to The Post, Crump said?
“It is the responsibility of law enforcement to keep everyone in their custody safe and alive, including those in mental health crisis,” Crump said in a statement to The Post. “Everyone knows that it is not possible to open a police vehicle from the back seat, especially when someone is in handcuffs.” The video, released by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, comes two days after the agency found it. That the police didn’t close the car door caused the Georgia woman to fall into their custody.
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The family called the police for help
Grier diagnosed with schizophrenia, but was detained on 15 July during a health crisis. After falling from a police car, she fell into a coma and died six days later. Her family called the police for assistance when she was suffering from a schizophrenic episode. The officers accused him of resisting arrest and took him into custody.
police, one of whom had activated his stun gun
You see when I get there I can’t hang myself,” she said. While the police, one of whom had activated his stun gun, took her into custody. The GBI investigation said that the officers opened the rear doors of the car put the mother of two in the back seat. The deputy closed the rear driver’s side door. Investigations reveal that the deputy thought he closed the rear passenger’s side door The report says. The police did not put on his seat belt, the investigation revealed.
28-year-old found face down on roadside and unresponsive
Agents concluded that the rear passenger door of the patrol car, where Grier seated. Nnever shut down,” the GBI statement said. Officers found the 28-year-old face on the side of the road and unresponsive. Crump said that “Briana’s family had faith in law enforcement, to get the help she needed. And now they forced to mourn an entirely unnecessary death.” Grier’s death remains an open investigation.