Cops Crush Dying Man’s Head Into Pavement and Curse Him Moments After They Shoot Him to Death

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TULSA, OK (April 11, 2015) – Haunting raw video footage has finally been released showing the final moments of Eric Harris’s life.

What you are about to see in this footage, is even worse than anybody could have possibly imagined.

The footage reveals a horrifying glimpse into the psyche of police officers, as they are seen cursing at Eric’s dying body.

Eric had been trying to get away from the cops and posed no threat to them, as can be seen on the video.

Eventually, a deputy caught up to Eric and took him down to the ground.

Moments later, the deputy fires his gun, shooting Eric to death.

The deputy later tried to claim that he “accidentally” mistook his real gun for a Taser gun, an excuse that many find utterly implausible given the vast differences in weight and shape between handguns and taser guns.

The footage only gets worse.

As Eric lies on the ground dying, an officer is seen using his knee to smash Eric’s head into the pavement.

Eric can be heard screaming “Oh my god! He shot me! He shot me!”

Nearing death, Eric then added “I’m losing my breath!”

To which the police responded, “FUCK YOUR BREATH! SHUT THE FUCK UP!”

To shoot a man to death for no reason, and then to begin cursing him as he lay bleeding to death, reveals beyond any doubt the psychopathy of police.

Later, Tulsa Police Sgt. Jim Clark would tell the media that “a threat was going down,” according to reports.

That claim turned out to be patently false now that the video has been released, showing that Eric was merely running for safety from police and posed no threat to them.

Eric was completely unarmed.

He died only an hour after the deputy fired the fatal shot into his body.

Watch the video below:

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