I understand the need for police to subdue a suspect.
What I don't understand is once the suspect is subdued why they don't move the individual into a less stressful position, especially if that individual is complaining of an inability to breath.
It seems like it would also be a smart way for police to handle their business in light of the fact that this isn't the first time this has become a major national issue resulting in public outrage and unrest.
Community Outreach 101 or set police race relations back several decades.
Shouldn't be a tough choice.