SEE IT: Georgia high-speed automobile follow ends with teen’s death

A Georgia mom pronounced she believes her teenage son who died after a high-speed follow that finished with officers banishment their jolt guns on him was executed.

“I consider that. we consider that they were unequivocally severe with him. we consider they were heartless to him,” pronounced Tammy Dyksma, a mom of Nicholas Dyksma.

Nicholas Dyksma in Aug 2015 led Harris County sheriff’s deputies on a 10-mile high-speed chase. The officers were responding to reports of a male sleeping in his automobile when a 18-year-old took off, CBS News reported.

Newly expelled lurch cam video shows a final moments of a follow as good as authorities’ unfortunate communication with Dyksma.

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When deputies managed to stop a man’s truck, they approached a automobile and crushed out a newcomer side window.

Nicholas Dyksma’s genocide was partially attributed to a Taser cops used on him.


They afterwards dismissed a Taser into a truck, pulled Dyksma from a automobile and threw him on a ground. One officer can be seen with his knee on a behind of a victim’s neck for scarcely a minute, according to a news station.

Not prolonged after, officers satisfied a male wasn’t breathing.

“Is he alive?” one emissary can be listened seeking in a video.

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Dyksma’s mom pronounced she can’t move herself to watch a footage.

An officer can be seen with his knee on Nicholas Dyksma’s neck for roughly a full minute.


“It’s hearbreaking, we know, to suppose what happened,” she said.

Dyksma’s autposy news listed 3 causes of death, including a use of a jolt gun, application to a neck and torso and methamphetamine intoxication.

“I know he shouldn’t have run. we know that,” Tammy Dyksma said. “But it unequivocally wan’t their place to finish his life.”

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The family has filed a lawsuit opposite a Harris County sheriff’s office.

“He done a mistake by running, he done a mistake by holding meth,” family profession Craig Jones told a CBS. “That might have shabby his judgment, though final time we checked, that’s not a collateral offense.”

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