Darius Robinson was handcuffed and pepper sprayed in an Oklahoma lockup, all in front of a camera. Now the authorities won’t release the tape.
It was only when Robinson began foaming at the mouth that the Caddo County jailers sought medical treatment, but by then it was too late. The father of seven died that day in early April on the floor, while a camera above watched. District Attorney Jason Hicks is refusing to release video of Robinson getting the life choked out of him, even to his own family, citing an ongoing investigation into the his death.
The family will soon sue, according to attorney Spencer Bryan.