Note: If you're squeamish, don't watch this video.
Following is actual video footage of an incident that occurred at a North Carolina jail. You can see a prison guard body slam an inmate two times. You can see that the prison guard was provoked.
The inmate never regained consciousness and died of blunt force trauma to the head after two days in the hospital. The inmate was in prison for being intoxicated at a bus stop, and the confrontation was apparently over an incident that occurred earlier in which the inmate's hand had nearly got caught in a trap door while the guard was closing it.
My question to you: based on what you see, was the prison guard doing his job? Was he relying on his training (as he himself said) or is he using excessive force? Would you characterize what you see on film here as murder? Manslaughter? A prison guard doing his duty?