A police training expert says all sides must be considered, but adds that after seeing the video of a Minneapolis Police Officer killing George Floyd…

“When a person is calling out that they can’t breathe, and then now all of a sudden they’re not resisting, they’re not fighting, and now they’re not calling out I can’t breathe, there should be an alarm or a red flag showing up.”

Mylan Masson worked as a police officer for 20 years and ran police training at Hennepin Technical College until 2016. She says police are trained that it’s best to get a suspect on the ground so they don’t hurt themselves or others, but when using a knee for restraint, the preference is to use it in the back between the shoulder blades–not near the neck.