Father of 8 Dies After Cops Unconstitutionally Barge into Home?!

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           Father Of 8 Dies After Police Barge In Home
A simple knock on the door and speaking directly to the Home owner would of been more constitutional then this.  This is what you call Marshall Law when Police violate your rights to justify the means.  When that should never be the case.  To them he was just another casualty they can write up in there reports and move on with there day.

Father Of 8 Dies After Police Barge In Home:
Outraged loved ones say a Brooklyn father of eight was scared to death — literally — after cops swarmed his apartment while searching for someone who slugged a woman and stole her cell phone.
Carlos Alcis, 43, dropped dead Thursday from an apparent heart attack, as his helpless wife and four children protested the fruitless intrusion in Brownsville, relatives said.

Compounding the tragedy, cops asked Alcis’ 16-year-old son Emmanuel, whom they had rousted out of bed and wrongly suspected of being the phone thief, to help perform CPR. The family also claimed it took 30 minutes for an ambulance to reach their Rockaway Parkway home — just three blocks from Brookdale University Hospital.

“They scared him to death. He was healthy and fine,” Alcis’ brother, Stevenson Alcis, said of the Haitian immigrant.

The fatal encounter unfolded starting at about 5:30 a.m. after a 21-year-old woman was punched in the face at the corner of Kings Highway and Rockaway Parkway by a man who took her iPhone, police said. A good Samaritan followed the robber to the two-story brick building, where the Alcis family lives in a basement apartment. The witness told cops the culprit was wearing red shorts and ran into the building.

Cops went door to door searching for the robber. NYPD officials say they knocked on the Alcis’ door and that Carlos Alcis let them in. But relatives said police pried open their door and barged in. They showed the Daily News a door that appeared to have been splintered near the lock.

Lissage Alcis, 21, said he and everyone else in the apartment were asleep when the cops stormed in.
“My door was closed and then the door opened and there was a flashlight in my face,” he said.
“My father kept asking, ‘What happened? Why are you here?’” he said.

Emmanuel Alcis, who was wearing red basketball shorts at the time, said he was in his bed when a cop shined a flashlight in his face.

“They took me out to the backyard. They asked a girl, ‘Is that him?’ She said, ‘It’s not him,” said Emmanuel, who was allowed to go back inside.

He said his father suddenly collapsed and started shaking. The teen said police continued to search the apartment, checking under beds and piles of clothes — even as blood started coming from his father’s mouth. He said an officer finally checked his father for a pulse, then asked him to blow air into his dad’s mouth as they started chest compressions.

By the time an ambulance arrived, Carlos Alcis, who emigrated from Haiti in 2000 and worked as a stockman at Bobby’s department store in Brooklyn, was dead.

“This is a wrongful death that should never have happened,” the family’s lawyer, Sanford Rubenstein, said.

Cops later recovered the woman’s cell phone in front of a nearby building on Rockaway Parkway using her Find My iPhone app. No one has been arrested.

Police also admitted a snafu delayed getting medical help to the dying man. The officers who radioed for an ambulance apparently failed to tell the dispatcher that they were no longer at the scene of the cell phone robbery. As a result, the ambulance was first sent to the robbery scene — not the Alcis home.