Justice advocates on Friday condemned officers at a Tennessee county jail for taunting a hogtied man moments before his death after a local news station published video of the incident.\u0022There\u0026#039;s approximately a three-minute, 43-second period after officers have applied handcuffs where they keep the individual in the prone position, and that\u0026#039;s not acceptable.\u0022—Seth Stoughton, use-of-force expertWilliam Jennette—a 48-year-old white father of five—died on May 6, 2020 at the Marshall County Jail in Lewisburg, Tennessee after a group of officers from multiple law enforcement agencies restrained him and kneeled on his back for several minutes while he screamed for help, WTVF reports.Video obtained by the Nashville station shows Jennette—who was arrested for alleged public intoxication, indecent exposure, and resisting arrest—yelling, \u0022Help, they\u0026#039;re going to kill me!\u0022One officer is heard commanding Jennette to \u0022stay down, you stupid son of a bitch.\u0022The video also shows Jennette repeatedly pleading with officers that he could not breathe. \u0022You shouldn\u0026#039;t be able to breathe, you stupid bastard,\u0022 an officer identified in a lawsuit as Kendra Burton replies.At least two officers in the video say that Jennette bit them.\u0026nbsp;At one point in the video an officer sounds a note of caution, telling his colleagues: \u0022Easy, easy—remember asphyxiation, guys.\u0022To which another officer responds, \u0022That\u0026#039;s why I\u0026#039;m not on his lungs.\u0022Jennette\u0026#039;s last words were, \u0022I\u0026#039;m good.\u0022\u0022No, you ain\u0026#039;t good,\u0022 an officer replies.An autopsy (pdf) performed by the Marshall County Medical Examiner\u0026#039;s Office ruled Jennette\u0026#039;s death a homicide, listing the cause as \u0022acute combined drug intoxication\u0022—he had methamphetamine in his system—with asphyxia as a \u0022contributory cause of death.\u0022Despite that finding, a grand jury decided not to indict any of the officers.\u0026nbsp;Sherrilyn Ifill of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund called the video \u0022an absolute nightmare,\u0022 tweeting: \u0022Grand jury refuses to indict any. That\u0026#039;s how it usually happens.\u0022A nightmare. An absolute nightmare. 7 officers. Grand jury refuses to indict any. That’s how it usually happens. Charging \u0026amp; conviction (as in the case of the ofcr who killed George Floyd) is rare indeed. https://t.co/AUXjhGoncE— Sherrilyn Ifill (@Sifill_LDF) May 21, 2021“You shouldn’t be able to breathe, you stupid b…”William Jennette, a father of 5, begged for help as cops beat him, tackled him, pinned his arms, twisted his legs, knelt on his back and suffocated him to deathThis man needed *help*https://t.co/oK1IGjOXXj#AbolishThePolice— Anti-Fascist Abolitionist AWK (@AWKWORDrap) May 21, 2021Chris Vanderveen, director of reporting at KUSA in Denver, tweeted that this is the 121st prone police restraint death he has logged.\u0026nbsp;Another day. Another prone restraint death. My goodness. This will be the 121st death on my list. Anyone listening?????? #WilliamJennette#PRONE https://t.co/W7HDdTzUVC— Chris Vanderveen (@chrisvanderveen) May 21, 2021One of Jennette\u0026#039;s daughters, Dominque Jennette, filed a lawsuit (pdf) this February against Marshall County, the city of Lewisburg, and several of the officers involved. The suit alleges the officers\u0026#039; \u0022savage beating\u0022 and \u0022suffocation\u0022 of Jennette caused his death, and constitute a \u0022deprivation of civil rights\u0022 under the Fourteenth Amendment.\u0026nbsp;\u0022That just breaks my heart because he was someone worth knowing,\u0022 his daughter told WTVF. \u0022That\u0026#039;s just something that really sticks with me, how scared he must have been and how alone he must have felt.\u0022Dominique Jennette said she believes the officers \u0022should have been more aware.\u0022\u0022They should have been trained properly, and they weren\u0026#039;t,\u0022 she added.Seth Stoughton, a law professor and former police officer, told WTVF that the video shows \u0022the exact opposite of what generally accepted training has taught officers for the last 25 years.\u0022\u0022When the handcuffs came on, they should have rotated the guy to his side,\u0022 asserted Stoughton. \u0022There\u0026#039;s approximately a three-minute, 43-second period after officers have applied handcuffs where they keep the individual in the prone position, and that\u0026#039;s not acceptable.\u0022The video\u0026#039;s release came one day after the Associated Press\u0026nbsp;published footage it obtained of Louisiana state troopers stunning, punching, kicking, choking, and dragging 49-year-old Ronald Greene, who died during a May 2019 arrest following a high-speed chase.