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Suspect repeatedly Tasered by police during deadly struggle inside laundrette

but cops deny excessive forceHorrific footage

has emerged of a suspect being repeatedly Tasered by police in a laundrette before he later died. Fermin Valenzuela was suspected of being under the influence of methamphetamine when police in Anaheim, California, tried to arrest him last year. Graphic body-cam footage shows the 32-year-old was repeatedly Tasered and restrained when he resisted commands by officers. The suspect can be heard screaming in pain during the struggle which spills out onto the street before he loses consciousn

ess. The 11-minute video, released by the Orange County District Attorneys office, shows Valenzuel

a being chased along the street while shirtless before being detained in a car park. He was put on life support which was switched off eight days after the altercation in July last year. Fermin Valenzuela was repeatedly Tasered by police (Image: CBS) He died eight days after the altercation after his life support was switched off (Image: CBS) Police denied using excessive force and have been cleared of wrongdoing (Image: CBS) Read MoreRelated ArticlesBarbaric footage of Japanese whaling the Australian government tried to stop the world seeing US media reported a coroner ruled Valenzuela died from asphyxiation during the police struggle but o

fficers denied excessive force was used. Officers involved in the arrest were cleared of any wrongdoing by prosecutors, CBS reported. The police department has also stood by the officers. The struggle began in the laundrette (Image: CBS) The altercatio

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ned his family jailed for seven years as shooting caught on camera Sergeant Luis Correa told reporters: With respect to the video, I know it’s hard to watch. Sometimes public safety doesn’t look pretty, but as the DA’s (District Attorney) investigative report indicated, the officers’ actions were reasonable and justified.” The family is said to be taking legal action against the police department, according to CBS. The footage was released as Anaheim Police Department comes under fire in a new report published by the American Civil Liberties Union , which said officers showed a pattern of excessive force. The report states 33 people died

between 2003 and 2016 following a use-of-force by Anaheim police officers.

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