Man On Life Support Following Arrest During Mental Health Episode


48-year-old Sherrano Stingley is on life support in a South Sacramento hospital after an arrest rendered him unconscious. Dr. Rashad Richey and Francesca Fiorentini discuss on Indisputable. Tell us what you think in the comments below. Read more here: “SACRAMENTO COUNTY, Calif. — 48-year-old Sherrano Stingley is fighting for his life in a South Sacramento hospital bed after a Tuesday morning arrest rendered him unconscious. His family says he shouldn’t be in this position.” *** Indisputable, features Dr. Richey talking about the top news stories of the day, reading viewer comments, and engaging in debates and conversations with guests. Help support our mission and get perks. Membership protects TYT’s independence from corporate ownership and allows us to provide free live shows that speak truth to power for people around the world. See Perks: ▶ SUBSCRIBE on YOUTUBE: ☞ FACEBOOK: ☞ TWITTER: ☞ INSTAGRAM: ☞ TWITCH: ☞ 👕 Merch: ❤ Donate: 🔗 Website: 📱App: 📬 Newsletters: If you want to watch more videos from TYT, consider subscribing to other channels in our network: The Watchlist ▶ Indisputable with Dr. Rashad Richey ▶ Unbossed with Sen. Nina Turner ▶ The Damage Report ▶ TYT Sports ▶ The Conversation ▶ Rebel HQ ▶ TYT Investigates ▶ #TYT #IndisputableTYT #News 221215__ID07ManOnLife_BP

16 thoughts on “Man On Life Support Following Arrest During Mental Health Episode”

  1. This is MY WORST FEAR. My mentally ill brother getting hurt like this. He was talking to his voices once and some cashier thought he was talking to him. So the got punched him in the face. In another incident he was in a grocery store spraying lysol all over him. The security guard and a stocker tackled him. And SAT ON HIM until the police came to ARREST HIM. WHY? because they said he DID NOT PAY FOR THE LYSOL. Thankfully a judge threw out the charge. But my brother has NEVER been the same since they put him in handcuffs after beating him up. Then took him to county jail. Had he NOT had his FAMILY looking for him and advocating for him. He probably would’ve stayed locked up in county jail.

    20 years ago it wasn’t like this. There were Mental health professionals the police would call. The police no longer have those folks. So now they have to guess. Its stupid not to have the MHP’s as they called them. No longer on their payroll. However, if you dive deep into why there are no more MHP’s it was the police guild who lobbied for those cuts. As they wanted more funding. Yet many officers are unaware that’s where their extra funding came from. And they complain because they don’t feel it’s their duty to deal with the mentality ill.

  2. The recurring theme behind All of the police overuse of violence is the officers’ thin skin. They all take the actions of the victims PERSONALLY. They lack ANY training on how to mentally process their interactions with the public. They need training to remind them that people are just being who they are when they flee, resist arrest, commit a crime, quote laws about their legal rights instead of showing ID or allowing a search, or refuse to stop until they get to a well lit area. They do not know these officers and it is NOT personal. Why do the officers in these brutality cases take other people’s actions personally? They need tools to look at these interactions in a more objective light. This life lesson can take years to learn on your own. There must be a way to teach it in the academy.

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