When you read about so many stories of police brutality towards blacks these days, your happy mood will turn round. Why would police officers handle suspects brutally? Do some police officers practice racism or what?
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Nuno Cardoso was aged 25
Nuno Cardoso aged 25, was a law student who was brilliant and valued by most of his friends and family. He had always wished and hoped that one day, he will turn out to be one of the best lawyers in town until his life was cut short. He was living in North London before he moved to Oxford.
How did Nuno die?
Nuno’s mother claimed her son was healthy before he was arrested around 5.40 am on November 24, when police officers arrested him for assault and threw him in a police van. Sadly, no witness was at the back of that police van to testify to any brutality or assault. Although, the police officers who arrested him are under investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).
Police said they tried to resuscitate him
We have heard that some police officers did stop the police van so that they could administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). After they realised it was getting almost out of hand, they requested for more officers who arrived to help.
At what stage did Nuno become unwell? Did he cry out for help effortlessly but was ignored or what exactly led to his death? we hope truth prevails. Friends from his university and family members are protesting.
Rest in peace Nuno Cardoso!