Sgt. James Brown was an active-duty soldier who had served two tours of duty in Iraq.

But he didn’t survive a two-day DWI sentence in 2012.

New graphic video from El Paso County Jail in Texas shows the confusing and terrifying last minutes of Brown’s life, KFOX reports. Brown, who reportedly suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder, can be seen thrashing in his cell as officers in riot gear subdue him. About 35 minutes later, he repeatedly tells officers he can’t breathe and loses consciousness…

Why weren’t emergency medical personnel called until after Brown lost consciousness, 35 minutes after the incident began? …

Brown may have been suffering from a sickle cell crisis, KFOX reports. Brown’s lawyer said the usually dormant condition may have been triggered by dehydration and stress…

“When a 26-year-old man checks into jail for a court imposed sentence on a Friday, and he leaves Sunday in a casket, something went horribly wrong there,” said B.J. Crow.

Brown had no criminal record and toxicology reports show he had no illegal drugs in his system.

The autopsy results cited sickle-cell crisis as the cause of death…

Brown’s attorney says he apparently suffered more stress in jail than coming under fire in combat twice, which Brown did…

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