Neurologists Say There Is No Medical Justification for Police Use of Neck Restraints

This shows a wall painted with "I Can't Breath"Neurologists say police forces claiming chokeholds and neck restraints as a method of controlling aggravated or aggressive people are “safe methods” is erroneous and dangerous. Neck restraints, researchers say, are never medically appropriate, and minor force can lead to stroke, seizures, and death.