마누엘 엘리스의 죽음으로 기소 된 타코마 경찰이 보석으로 석방되었습니다

The three Tacoma Police Department officers charged in the death of Manuel Ellis are out of jail after posting bail Friday.

임원 Christopher Burbank, Matthew Collins and Timothy Rankine all face a first-degree manslaughter charge, while Burbank and Collins also are charged with second-degree murder after Ellis died when they tried to arrest him more than a year ago.
엘리스, 흑인, died when police in Tacoma attempted to arrest him 3 월 3, 2020, for allegedlytrying to open car doors of occupied vehicles.Ellis had to be restrained after a physical altercation with officers, 경찰에 따르면.
      Part of the arrest was caught on video by a driver. And Ellis could be heard crying, “숨을 쉴 수 없어,” on police dispatch audio.
        The three officers pleaded not guilty during a remote appearance Friday, and bail was set at $ 100,000. Prosecutors had asked the judge for $ 1 million bail.
          Manuel Ellis.

          Pierce County Jail records show that the three men were released at the same time Friday afternoon.
          이것이 first time Washington’s attorney general has criminally charged officers for the unlawful use of deadly force, according to a statement from Attorney General Bob Ferguson.
          The Tacoma Police Union, 성명서, has called the prosecutiona politically motivated witch huntand the officersfine public servantssacrificed at the altar of public sentiment.
          An unbiased jury will find that the officers broke no laws and, 사실로, acted in accordance with the law, their training, and Tacoma Police Department policies,” the union said.
          Court documents released Thursday said Ellis died during Burbank and Collins’ “felonious assault and/or unlawful imprisonment of Ellis.
          Burbank and Collinstackled and struck Ellis multiple times, applied an LVNR (Lateral Vascular Neck Restraint) on Ellis, and shot him with a taser three times, all without justification,” 에 따르면 documents.
          The two officers alsofailed to render or call for urgent medical aid,” put Ellis inhogtie restraints,” failed to alert other officers to the medical distress, 과 “failed to intervene when the officer put the spit hood on Ellis and then failed to remove the spit hood,” according to the documents.
            Spit hoods are items that some corrections officers, police officers and paramedics could place on a detainee’s head in certain circumstances to make it harder for that person to spit at, or bite, those officers or others.
            Rankinerecklessly caused Ellis’s death when, after hearing Ellis say he could not breathethe officer continued to hold Ellis in the prone position and applied pressure to his back, court documents said.

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