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New video surveillance released by the Fairfax County Sherriff?s Office this week give insight to the incident that lead to the death of Natasha McKenna in a jail cell early February.
In the disturbing video, officers can be seen attempting to restrain McKenna to a chair so that she could be transported to Alexandra, Virginia. The officers subdued and stunned McKenna with a Taser four times in 17 minutes. McKenna can be heard breathing heavily during the struggle and after the fourth shock she went unconscious.
Employees from the office then tried to perform CPR, but to no avail. She was transported to a nearby hospital where she died five days later.
The video comes just days after it was announced that no charges would be filed in her death.
According to an NBC Washington report, McKenna said to the officers:
?You promised me you wouldn?t kill me…
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