‘That’s Him!’: Video Shows Black Man In Hawaii Was Apologizing for Entering Wrong Building as Tourist Continued to be Hysterical After Man Exits Home Where He’s Shot Dead by Police | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

‘That’s Him!’: Video Shows Black Man In Hawaii Was Apologizing for Entering Wrong Building as Tourist Continued to be Hysterical After Man Exits Home Where He’s Shot Dead by Police

Disturbing video footage of a South African man’s final moments have been released, shedding more light onto what happened the evening a Black father ended up dead at the hands of police in Hawaii.

Lindani Myeni, who was born in Empangeni in the Kwazulu-Natal province of South Africa, moved to his wife Lindsay Myeni’s native Hawaii in hopes of providing a safe, stable foundation for their family. Three months after relocating from Denver to Honolulu, Lindani was killed by Hawaii police.

In the Ring doorbell footage below, which was obtained and released by lawyers representing the Myeni family, Lindani Myeni can be seen walking up to the residence and stopping to take off his shoes within seconds of an Asian couple described in the suit as tourists arriving at the multi-unit columned building. Less than a minute after he enters, Myeni is seen exiting, and viewers can hear the woman call 911, saying, “he break in my house,” as Lindani appears to try to assuage their fears at the front door.

During the 911 call, the woman can be heard telling the 911 operator that Myeni didn’t appear to have any weapons and was not behaving aggressively toward the couple. When the Ring footage cuts back in, he can be seen apologizing to the couple multiple times, telling them, “I know you guys though,” and asking to see the phone. After speaking to the couple for a few more moments, Lindani walks to the patio column where he left his shoes and puts them on as he leaves the residence, apologizing one final time.

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