WATCH: CHP Kills DWI Suspect after he Refused to Submit to Blood Test

The California Highway Patrol spent two years trying to keep a disturbing video under wraps that showed them killing a man after he refused to provide a blood sample.

But the video was finally released on Tuesday after a federal judge ruled against the CHP earlier this year, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The victim, Edward Bronstein, had been arrested for DWI on March 31, 2020 by CHP officers who transported him to a police station and demanded he submit to a blood test.

But he was refusing to provide his arm to be injected which angered the cops. His family said he was afraid of needles.

“You are bringing the fight to this, not us,” one of the cops says.

“I am not bringing the fight at all,” Bronstein replies.

“Then have a seat and provide your arm,” the cop says. “This is your last opportunity. Otherwise you’re going facedown on the mat and we’re going to keep going.”

“I can’t do it,” Bronstein replies. “Not willingly.”

That was when several cops made good on their promise, forcing him facedown on the mat and piling on top of him and placing their knees into his back.

“I’ll do it willingly! I’ll do it willingly!” Bronstein begins pleading.

“Too late,” a cop tells him.

“I can’t breathe! I can’t breathe!” he repeatedly says but a cop only tells him to “stop yelling.”

The cops eventually obtain their blood sample but by then, Bronstein has stopped moving or speaking.

“Wake him up,” a cop tells the others.

But he never did wake up after the cops spent several minutes calling his name and slapping his face and eventually pumping his chest.

Michael Carrillo, an attorney for the Bronstein family, said the cops should have stopped after hearing say he was unable to breathe.

“Not one officer took the action to pull the others off of him, pull him to the side, do something to give him air,” Carrillo told the Los Angeles Times. “When they finally flip him over, he’s lifeless.”

Watch the shortened edited video below or the full-length 17-minute video here.

Read the lawsuit here.

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The California Highway Patrol spent two years trying to keep a disturbing video under wraps that showed them killing a man after he refused to provide a blood sample.

But the video was finally released on Tuesday after a federal judge ruled against the CHP earlier this year, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The victim, Edward Bronstein, had been arrested for DWI on March 31, 2020 by CHP officers who transported him to a police station and demanded he submit to a blood test.

But he was refusing to provide his arm to be injected which angered the cops. His family said he was afraid of needles.

“You are bringing the fight to this, not us,” one of the cops says.

“I am not bringing the fight at all,” Bronstein replies.

“Then have a seat and provide your arm,” the cop says. “This is your last opportunity. Otherwise you’re going facedown on the mat and we’re going to keep going.”

“I can’t do it,” Bronstein replies. “Not willingly.”

That was when several cops made good on their promise, forcing him facedown on the mat and piling on top of him and placing their knees into his back.

“I’ll do it willingly! I’ll do it willingly!” Bronstein begins pleading.

“Too late,” a cop tells him.

“I can’t breathe! I can’t breathe!” he repeatedly says but a cop only tells him to “stop yelling.”

The cops eventually obtain their blood sample but by then, Bronstein has stopped moving or speaking.

“Wake him up,” a cop tells the others.

But he never did wake up after the cops spent several minutes calling his name and slapping his face and eventually pumping his chest.

Michael Carrillo, an attorney for the Bronstein family, said the cops should have stopped after hearing say he was unable to breathe.

“Not one officer took the action to pull the others off of him, pull him to the side, do something to give him air,” Carrillo told the Los Angeles Times. “When they finally flip him over, he’s lifeless.”

Watch the shortened edited video below or the full-length 17-minute video here.

Read the lawsuit here.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. A suspected DWI is not a crime. If the car owner was DWI, it should have been obvious from his driving behaviors, after which the government should not need any more evidence to legally remove that driver from the road. The crime is the driving behaviors that are causing other persons to be harmed, not what someone has put into his body. It’s the fault of the government for making it difficult to revoke a driver license, while enabling the government cops to act like vampires in their attempt to compel a citizen to provide incriminating evidence against himself.

  2. Every one of the thugs need to be charged with MURDER 1, this is California Gestapo hard at work. that entire state is a Sheet hole and needs Federal Intervention, remove ALL Politicians and Police force then New police force installed with proper training.

  3. Incentivizing the police by paying them extra to testify is creating this policing for profit frenzy. We need to end qualified immunity and pay them the same rate for court appearances as they make being an honest cop. Otherwise this is the result. They are incentivized to lie and create crimes against real people instead of ferret out real crime there is plenty of. They will kill you to get your blood. They care more about getting your blood than they care about your life.

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