Miami Heat legend Dwyane Wade urged his followers to hold police accountable by recording the brutality that takes place every day. The former NBA star quote tweeted a video of a black man being detained and consequently wrestled to the ground for resisting arrest.

The young man in the video is seen repeatedly asking the officer in charge for a reason for the arrest. The officer never responds to the actual question until he pulls out his taser gun from his left holster.

Following a one-minute standoff, the backup officer arrives to immediately brutalize the suspect by putting his hand on his throat and tag-teaming with the other officer to pin him to the ground.

No questions asked.

Take a look for yourself:

Forget the context here for a second. There are several parts of this video where an officer fails to follow procedure for what seems to be a speeding violation. The license and registration can be taken while the driver is inside the car.

It takes until the 1:15 mark of this video for the officer to request the license after already having attempted to arrest the suspect in custody.

The officer also fails to say why the suspect is under arrest — a must for ANY arrest.

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To top it off, the backup officer doesn’t confer with the detaining officer and immediately seeks physical action to subdue the subject. No questions asked.

Three violations in one arrest.

This is why Wade and many other NBA players have grown tired and restless when it comes to police brutality, something that has become all too common — even after the death of George Floyd.

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