SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Audio from police sprint-cam video was simply launched from the moments earlier than a person died in Schenectady Police custody final yr.
BuzzFeed Information sharing the 9-minute clip of a part of the incident, just some days after a protest right here over the weekend.
Andrew Kearse’s spouse, Angelique Negroni-Kearse tells News10 ABC’s Lauren Linder she recorded the audio when the Lawyer Common’s Workplace confirmed her the sprint-cam video final month.
In it 36-yr-previous Kearse is pleading for his life on the experience to the Schenectady Police station Might eleven, 2017, after having been arrested for fleeing from a visitors cease.
“I can’t breathe, please,” Kearse informed an officer within the automotive.
Within the audio recording, Negroni-Kearse reacted to what she’s seeing whereas she watched the sprint-cam video for the primary time.
“He’s in ache, look you see his face? His eyes?” Negroni-Kearse stated.
You possibly can hear Kearse respiration closely all through it.
“Medic,” he stated. “Is it scorching? In all probability shouldn’t run then son,” the officer responded.
And also you hear Kearse begging an officer for assist a number of occasions.
“Please,” he stated. “What would you like?” the officer stated. “Please come right here,” Kearse provides.” “No what?” the officer responded.” “I actually can’t breathe officer,” Kearse stated.
He retains asking till the audio clip stops.
“I actually really feel like I’m gonna throw up,” Kearse stated. “Don’t throw up in my automotive,” the officer responded.
Negroni-Kearse stated the video continues together with her husband having a coronary heart assault and dying one minute earlier than arriving on the police division, and with an officer leaning on the cruiser crying. She stated nobody did that officer supply Kearse any medical help.
“Do your job. You didn’t shield nor did you serve,” Negroni-Kearse stated in a telephone interview.
Whereas she will’t return in time and convey her husband again, she hopes to get justice.
“I would like him to be indicted. I would like him to be prosecuted. I would like him to go to jail,” Negroni-Kearse stated.
Negroni-Kearse’s lawyer informed News10 ABC’s Lauren Linder the AG will probably be making a choice on whether or not the case shall be delivered to a grand jury quickly.
The Lawyer Basic’s Workplace launched the next assertion to News10 ABC relating to the investigation:
“Our investigation into Mr. Kearse’s dying is ongoing and has concerned a collection of investigative steps together with in depth medical testing and evaluation (together with by an unbiased…