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Tyre Nichols Screams for His Mom! last words heard As Cops Punch, Kick Him & Beat Him With A Baton

 

DIRTY MURDERS WANNABE POLICE, NOTHING MORE THAN DIRTY PIGS! REAL COPS HAVE INTERITY, HONOR AND RESTRAINT!
HERE IS BODY CAM FULL FOOTAGE HERE ITS LONG AND UNCUT VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED.

PLEASE ITS NOT PLEASANT BUT WE ALL MUST SEE WHAT IS DONE IN THE DARK WILL COME TO LIGHT

 

Memphis police just released the graphic body cam footage from Tyre Nichols’ brutal arrest — and the video is every bit as disturbing as Tyre’s family and law enforcement have described it.

In the clips, pulled from both body cam and overhead cameras, you see officers swarm Tyre — demanding he get down and give up his hands. Although he’s laying on his side with an officer on top of him, he’s hesitant to lie flat on his stomach.
One officer threatens to deploy his Taser, and after about a minute-long struggle … Tyre gets up to start running, and one of the cops fires his Taser, but he gets away.

About 7 minutes later, they catch up to Tyre in a residential neighborhood, and this is when it gets brutal. While he’s pinned to the ground — reportedly about 100 yards from his family’s home — Tyre repeatedly yells, “Mom!!!”

Then one officer kicks him twice, and another yells, “Watch out, I’mma baton the f**k out you,” and then strikes Tyre twice before they pull him up on his feet.

While 2 officers are holding him with his hands behind his back … another punches Tyre 5 times with a closed fist, sending him back down to his knees again.

Eventually, officers get Tyre handcuffed, put him up against a police cruiser and he writhes in pain for nearly 20 minutes before going limp.

As you know, the 5 Memphis PD officers stopped Tyre on Jan. 7 on suspicion of reckless driving … but from the start, the cops were hyper-aggressive. Even the video does not make it clear why things got violent that quickly.


Once other officers show up to the scene, one of the cops involved in the beating says Tyre attempted to grab for another officer’s gun — causing them to unleash on him.


After the vicious beating … Tyre was rushed to St. Francis Hospital because he was complaining he was short of breath. He was admitted in critical condition, and died in the hospital on January 10.

Civil rights attorney Ben Crump, who’s representing Tyre’s family, reviewed the body cam footage with the family days before it was released, and likened the horrific scene to the beating of Rodney King in 1991.

The 5 Memphis police officers involved in the traffic stop — Tadarrius Bean, Demetrius Haley, Emmit Martin III, Desmond Mills Jr., and Justin Smith — have been fired and charged with second-degree murder.

They also face additional charges of official misconduct, official oppression and aggravated kidnapping. Four of the 5 have posted bail and were released as of Friday morning.

Tyre’s cause of death has not been released and the incident is being investigated by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Department of Justice.

Protests have been expected following this release of the footage … with Memphis Police, Tyre’s family, and even President Biden urging for any demonstrations to remain peaceful. source

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Tyre Nichols’ last words heard on newly released bodycam footage: ‘I’m just trying to get home’

Tyre Nichols called out to his mother several times as officers continued to punch and kick him on Jan. 7

The Memphis Police Department released bodycam footage Friday evening showing Tyre Nichols’ final moments following a traffic stop on Jan. 7 before he was hospitalized and died three days later.

Nichols, a 29-year-old Black father and photographer, repeatedly called out to his mother and told five officers who were severely beating him — former Ofcs. Desmond Mills, Justin Smith, Emmitt Martin, Tadarrius Bean and Demetrius Haley — that he just wanted to make it home safely, the newly released bodycam video shows.

“I’m just trying to go home,” Nichols can be heard telling the officers in the footage, which was released to the public on Jan. 27, nearly three weeks after the incident.

The traffic stop began shortly after 8 p.m. on the night of Jan. 7, as the newly released bodycam video shows officers approaching Nichols’ vehicle and instructing him to get out of it, using profanities.

“Get out slowly,” the officers yelled, as Nichols appeared to remain in the vehicle. The officer’s bodycam does not show if Nichols is removing his seatbelt or otherwise complying with the request.

“Get your a— out of the car,” an officer yells before opening the driver’s door, grabbing Nichols, and removing him from the vehicle.

A Memphis police officer approaches the vehicle of Tyre Nichols on Jan. 7, 2023. (Memphis Police Department)

A Memphis police officer pulling Tyre Nichols out of his vehicle on Jan. 7, 2023. (Memphis Police Department)

Multiple Memphis police officer attempt to remove Tyre Nichols from his vehicle on Jan. 7, 2023. (Memphis Police Department)

“Stop, I didn’t do anything,” said Nichols, who initially appears to resist the officers before following their instructions. “OK, all right, alright, alright, alright, alright,” he echos, following the officers as they escort him toward the rear of the vehicle.

At this time, approximately 8:24 p.m., multiple officers can be seen forcibly grabbing Nichols to comply with their requests.

“Hey, you don’t do that, ok,” Nichols can be heard saying, drawing attention to the ferocity of their detainment.

The interaction swiftly escalates as Nichols continued to point out he believed they were acting out of line.

“Get on the ground,” the officers shout.

“I am on the ground,” Nichols responds.

“Turn around,” they again order.

“Yes, sir,” he responds.

“Turn the f—k around, I will tase you,” a single officer can be heard saying, with the taser seen pointed at Nichols.

“Stop,” Nichols responds calmly, looking directly at the officer.

“Man, get your arm behind your back before I break—” an officer chimes in.

“Ok, stop, I am,” Nichols can be heard saying.

He added: “You guys are really doing a lot right now. I’m just trying to go home.”

The officer shouted back: “Man, if you don’t lay down—”

“I am on the ground,” Nichols interjected, who at this time had at least three officers pinning him.

Memphis police have released video showing a deadly Jan. 7 traffic stop that led to murder charges against four officers. (Memphis Police Department)

A Memphis police officer points a taser directly at Tyre Nichols on Jan. 7, 2023. (Memphis Police Department)

Nichols wrestles to his feet and an officer tases him.

He then removes his jacket or shirt, disconnecting the taser pins, and runs down the street, away from the officers.

Other body cam footage, captured at approximately 8:33 p.m., shows two other officers tackling Nichols at another intersection.

The officers again grapple with the 29-year-old, who can be heard calling out for his mother several times.

The video appears to show Nichols continuing to resist being placed in handcuffs.

The Memphis police officer subsequently beat Nichols with a baton, pepper spray him, and punch and kick him several times.

“Watch out, I’m going to baton the f—k out you,” an officer can be heard shouting at Nichols.

“Give us your hands!” the officers shout while punching him in the face.

Nichols is next seen handcuffed, in a daze, sitting and leaning against the police car.

He was hospitalized that night and succumbed to his injuries just three days later, on Jan. 10, authorities said.

Fox News’ Adam Sabes contributed to this report.

 

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Tyre Nichols video: Memphis authorities release footage from deadly traffic stop

Tyre Nichols, 29, died three days after Memphis prosecutors say police brutally beat him following a traffic stop

Memphis authorities have released four videos from a Jan. 7 traffic stop that preceded the death of 29-year-old Tyre Nichols, who spent three days in the hospital before succumbing to his injuries, according to authorities.

The first video released shows an officer pulling up to a stop in progress around 8:24 p.m. Police can be heard ordering Nichols to get out of the car, using profanities.

The brutal encounter led to the firing of five Memphis police officers, who now face numerous charges, including murder. And hours after the department released the videos, Shelby County Sheriff Floyd Bonner Jr. announced that he was relieving two deputies of duty and launching an internal investigation of his own.

WATCH: Bodycam video shows Tyre Nichols pulled out of car, Tasered: ‘Get on the ground’

The videos begin after a police stop involving Nichols has already been initiated. An officer arrives to assist.

“I didn’t do anything,” Nichols says, as officers yank him out of the driver’s seat.

He appears calm at first, as they order him to get on the ground. Seated with his back to the car, he looks at police, and says slowly, “Stop.”

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“OK, all right,” he continues, as an officer aims a Taser at him. They repeatedly order him to lay down, then to turn around and to put his hands behind his back.

“You guys are really doing a lot right now,” Nichols says. “I’m just trying to go home.”

He doesn’t appear to respond to the order to lay on his stomach, and is shown on his side when an officer uses what appears to be pepper spray. At that point, Nichols appears to struggle out of the officers’ grip and get to his feet, running off as they discharge a stun gun.

At around 8:26 p.m., according to a timestamp on the video, he pulls off his shirt and takes off running.

WATCH: Bodycam footage shows officers standing over injured Tyre Nichols as he screams for help

By 8:33, two other bodycams show officers tackling Nichols at another intersection. One bodycam appears to fall off, and the screen shows fuzzy darkness for several minutes before an officer picks it up and can be heard saying, “He on something.”

Tyre Nichols can be seen in the aftermath of the struggle, his face swollen and bloody as he sits on the ground in handcuffs, leaning with his back against a car. (Memphis PD)

Another officer’s camera shows him running up as the struggle continues, with two men on top of Nichols, demanding he give them his hands repeatedly.

He can be heard calling out for his mother, but does not appear to allow the officers to place him in cuffs.

WATCH: Memphis police bodycam shows officers brutally beat Tyre Nichols and discussing it afterward

They deploy pepper spray, which then sends one officer reeling, apparently after he became struck with it as well, and he backs off for a few minutes before returning with a baton.

“Watch out, I’ma baton the f— out you,” he says as he returns to the scuffle, with officers still holding Nichols.

For several seconds he repeats “Give us your hands!” Nichols looks limp or in a daze, and another officer can be seen punching him in the face.

Responders with what appear to be medical bags arrive to treat Tyre Nichols. (Memphis Police Department)

The camera above appears to show officers punching, kicking and striking Nichols with a baton multiple times.

By around 8:37, they finally get off of him, and he is shown handcuffed on the ground, writhing. Police pull him over to the side of a car and lean him against it, and around 3 minutes later medics appear to begin treating his injuries.

At around 8:42, two officers among a group in the intersection indicate that Nichols may have tried to grab a gun.

Memphis police have released video showing a deadly Jan. 7 traffic stop that led to murder charges against four officers. (Memphis Police Department)

“We tried to get him to stop,” an officer can be heard saying. “He didn’t stop.”

He claims that he tried the sirens and repeatedly ordered Nichols to stop to no avail. None of the video released Friday includes any actions that indicate why police made the initial stop.

A view from a camera mounted above the intersection where Memphis police caught up with Tyre Nichols, who died three days later. (Memphis Police Department)

“He drove around, swerved like he was gonna hit my car,” the officer says. “Then I’m like God damn like what are we doing? He pulled up to the red light, stopped at the red light. Put his turn signal on. So we jumped out the car, s— went from there.”

In a statement to NewsNation, Blake Ballin, the attorney for former Memphis officer Desmond Mills Jr., said he would review the videos with his client “at the appropriate time.”

“A thorough investigation of all available angles is needed before providing context or comment,” he said.

Betsy Brantner Smith, a retired police sergeant and trainer and the spokesperson for the National Police Association, said the video showed clear violations of proper training.

“Nobody teaches baton strikes above the shoulders, nobody teaches kicks to the head, nobody teaches the denial of medical aid,” she told Fox News Digital. “These men were street fighting, they were not acting as police officers.”

An undated photo of Tyre Nichols. (Berry Accius)

She said the video was “not indicative of the men and women of American law enforcement” and urged Memphis police to review their hiring and training practices.

On Jan. 8, District Attorney General Steve Mulroy requested that the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation conduct an outside investigation into the deadly encounter.

According to TBI, Nichols ran from officers after a traffic stop at Raines and Ross Roads at 8:22 p.m.

This photo provided by the Nichols family shows Tyre Nichols, who had a passion for photography and was described by friends as joyful and lovable. Nichols was just minutes from his home in Memphis, Tenn., on Jan. 7, 2023, when he was pulled over by police and fatally beaten. Five Memphis police officers have since been charged with second-degree murder and other offenses.  (Courtesy of the Nichols family via AP)

Police caught up with him again at Castlegate Lane and Bear Creek Cove, less than a half-mile away, and allegedly beat him for three minutes straight, sending him to the hospital with critical injuries.

Each of them faces more than a half-dozen charges, including second-degree murder, according to the TBI. All five surrendered to state authorities Thursday and later posted bond.

Sheriff Bonner, whose county encompasses the Memphis area also announced that he had relieved two deputies of duty hours after the videos became public.

“Having watched the videotape for the first time tonight, I have concerns about two deputies who appeared on the scene following the physical confrontation between police and Tyre Nichols,” he said in a statement. “I have launched an internal investigation into the conduct of these deputies to determine what occurred and if any policies were violated.”

Nichols was a FedEx worker with a 4-year-old son who enjoyed photography and skateboarding, according to his family’s attorney, Ben Crump.

An undated photo of Tyre Nichols. (Berry Accius)

Officials in Memphis and other big cities around the country are expecting demonstrations following the highly anticipated release of police bodycam video in connection with the case.

Speaking at a vigil Thursday evening, Nichols’ mother RowVaughn Wells urged supporters to protest peacefully.

“When that tape comes out tomorrow, it’s going to be horrific,” she said. “I didn’t see it, but from what I hear it’s going to be horrific.”

Memphis Police Department Officers Demetrius Haley, Tadarrius Bean, Emmitt Martin III, Desmond Mills and Justin Smith were terminated on Jan. 18 for their role in the arrest of deceased Tyre Nichols. (Memphis Police Department)

 

DIRTY PIG ALERT, THEY SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO BE HANDED OUT FINALLY JUDGEMENT BY THE COMMUNITY, WITH IMMUNITY FOR THE FINISHER! THESE EVIL MEN RUIN WHAT THE BADGE STANDS FOR

POLICE ARE DEFINETLY NEEDED, POLICE LIKE THIS DO NOT GET THE RESPECT OF THE WORD POLICE, THEY ARE DIRY PIGS AND SHOULD BE HANDED OVER TO THE COMMUNITY IN THE DARK!

Memphis Police Chief Cerelyn Davis called the incident “heinous, reckless and inhumane” but also urged calm.

In an interview with Fox News Friday, shortly before the video’s release, she said she believed it goes beyond recordings of excessive force used against Rodney King in 1991 and George Floyd in 2020.

“I would have to say that this video illustrates images that I’ve never seen in my career before perpetrated by police officers,” she said.

TBI Director David Rausch, who also saw the video before its release, described it as “appalling.”

Tyre Nichols, who died in a hospital on Jan. 10, three days after sustaining injuries during his arrest by police officers, is seen in this undated picture obtained from social media.  (Facebook/Deandre Nichols/via Reuters)

“The actions of these officers were awful, and no one, including law enforcement, is above the law,” Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland said in a video posted to Facebook Thursday. “I assure you we will do everything we can to keep this type of heinous act from happening again.”

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Tyre Nichols’ brother awaits fate of 5 officers involved in beating: ‘I hope they die’

Tyre Nichols’ brother said he hopes the five police officers charged for his murder ‘die’

Tyree Nichols’ brother, Jamal Dupree, said he hopes the five Memphis police officers accused of beating his brother to death during a Jan. 7 traffic stop “die.”

“You want my truth? … I hope they die,” Dupree, who lives in Sacramento, California, told FOX 40.

Memphis Police Department officers initially stopped Nichols, 29, for “reckless driving” on Jan. 7. MPD said in a Jan. 8 press release that after a confrontation ensued, Nichols fled on foot. The five officers who pursued him allegedly beat the 29-year-old to death, violating multiple MPD policies.

Nichols died three days later on Jan. 10 in the hospital.

On Jan. 20, MPD announced the termination of the five officers involved in the incident for violating “multiple department policies, including excessive use of force, duty to intervene, and duty to render aid,” MPD Chief CJ Davis said in a press release at the time. All five were hired between 2017 and 2020.

Deceased Tyree Nichols’ brother, Jamal Dupree, told local news that he hopes the five Memphis police officers accused of beating his brother to death during a Jan. 7 traffic stop “die.” (FOX 40 Sacramento)

The former officers including Tadarrius Bean, Demetrius Haley, Emmitt Martin III, Desmond Mills Jr. and Justin Smith turned themselves in and were each charged with seven counts, including one count of second-degree murder, one count of aggravated assault, one count of official oppression and two counts each of aggravated kidnapping and official misconduct. They had all been released from jail after posting bond as of Friday morning.

“It doesn’t really mean nothing at this time until they’re actually found guilty for the actual charges,” Dupree told FOX 40. “There’s a good chance they can walk free from this.”

Tyre Nichols, a 29-year-old Black man, died three days after being severely beaten by five Memphis Police Department officers during a traffic stop on January 7, 2023. (Scott Olson)

He noted that his brother’s “last words were screaming for” his mother, “and they didn’t care.”

The Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division also opened an investigation into the incident on Jan. 18.

Nichols was a FedEx worker, a skateboarder, a photographer and a father, according to Crump.

Nichols was a FedEx worker, a skateboarder, a photographer and a father, according to Crump. (Scott Olson)

“As this is an open investigation, we are not able to provide additional comment or release further information at this time,” U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Tennessee Kevin Ritz said in a statement at the time.

Nichols was a FedEx worker, a skateboarder, a photographer and a father, according to Crump.

“He loved his son. Everything he was trying to do was to better himself as a father for his 4-year-old son,” the civil rights attorney said.

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Tyre Nichols: Memphis police release body cam video of deadly beating

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‘I don’t want us burning up our city’: Tyre Nichols’ mom calls for peaceful protests

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WREG) — The mother of Tyre Nichols is calling for peaceful protests after the video of her son’s confrontation with Memphis police is released Friday.Nichols’ stepfather said Monday he saw the video of his stepson’s arrest. During a candlelight vigil for Nichols Thursday night in Midtown, his mother Rowvaughn Wells said she hadn’t watched the video but knows it’s horrific.“I want each and every one of you to protest in peace. I don’t want us burning up our city, tearing up the streets because that is not what my son stood for,” said Wells. “If you guys are here for Tyre and me, then you will protest peacefully.”Dozens gathered at Tobey skate park on Avery to remember Nichols and show their support for his family. During a news conference on Monday, family members talked about Nichols skateboarding and shared a video of him doing what he loved.

Nichols’ stepfather said Monday he saw the video of his stepson’s arrest. During a candlelight vigil for Nichols Thursday night in Midtown, his mother Rowvaughn Wells said she hadn’t watched the video but knows it’s horrific.

Photo by Melissa Moon, WREG
Photo by Melissa Moon, WREG

“I want each and every one of you to protest in peace. I don’t want us burning up our city, tearing up the streets because that is not what my son stood for,” said Wells. “If you guys are here for Tyre and me, then you will protest peacefully.”

Dozens gathered at Tobey skate park on Avery to remember Nichols and show their support for his family. During a news conference on Monday, family members talked about Nichols skateboarding and shared a video of him doing what he loved.

The vigil was held hours after five Memphis police officers were charged with his death.

Tadarrius Bean, Demetrius Haley, Emmitt Martin III, Desmond Mills Jr., and Justin Smith were booked into the Shelby County Jail on charges of second-degree murder, aggravated assault, two counts of aggravated kidnapping, two counts of official misconduct, and official oppression.

The announcement was made Thursday by Shelby County District Attorney Steve Mulroy and later confirmed by Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland. Officials have said they wanted to give Nichols’ family the opportunity to see the video before the public.

Wells said her family is grief-stricken right now, and she is concerned about what could happen in her city.

 

WATCH:  Tyre Nichols Protesters Block Freeway Traffic in Memphis

 

 

 

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WATCH:  Tyre Nichols Protesters Block Freeway Traffic in Memphis