March 31, 2020, Edward Bronstein died after five or more California Highway Patrol officers sat on him while he was already handcuffed. One officer even appears to put his knee right on Bronstein’s neck. Like George Floyd, the autopsy showed a potentially fatal amount of drugs in his system.
CONTENT WARNING: Two months before the George Floyd incident, eleven CHP officers pinned Edward Bronstein to the ground as he screamed and said he couldn’t breath. The coroner said he died of “acute methamphetamine intoxication during restraint by law enforcement.” pic.twitter.com/D5GfY94fqH
— Kate Cagle (@KateCagle) March 16, 2022
This footage was just released and it’s hard to watch fair warning.
Edward Bronstein, 38, died March 31, 2020 in Pasadena less than two months before George Floyd died in Minneapolis
Edward was stopped for DUI, they wanted to draw blood but he was afraid of needles pic.twitter.com/D0Uwopy9ud
— 🥀_Imposter_🕸️ (@Imposter_Edits) March 17, 2022