America is shaken by another shocking video showing Louisiana agents pushing to the ground, tasking and kicking Ronald Greene, an African American who died in 2019 in arrest. The Louisiana State Patrol report then reported that Green had died in arrest, after a police chase that resulted in an accident. But the video that American televisions and sites are showing today, which is a two-minute excerpt from a much longer video to date, tells a different story. And it shows how the man pleaded with the agents, apologizing to them, and telling them to be scared before they tasered him, starting to beat him “Ok, Ok, I’m sorry, officer, I’m scared, I’m your brother, I’m scared “, we hear in the video the man addressing the agent who approaches with the taser. And one of the agents can also be heard saying “I have blood all over, I hope this guy doesn’t have AIDS”. The Justice Department confirmed to CNN that the civil rights office is investigating the matter, along with the Louisiana federal attorney and the FBI.