STORY: The altercation took place on March 6 as Otieno, a 28-year-old Black man, was being admitted to Central State Hospital in Petersburg, Virginia, according to Dinwiddie County Commonwealth Attorney Ann Cabell Baskervill.Otieno's death, which has captured national attention, is the latest example of a Black man dying during a violent encounter with law enforcement."A mental health crisis should not equal a death sentence. It should not be a determining factor whether you live or you die, the status of your mental health and the color of your skin," Attorney Ben Crump said, during a news conference with Otieno's family.A preliminary report by medical examiners said Otieno, who immigrated to the U.S. from Kenya when he was four years old, died of asphyxiation. Prosecutors say they were told he was restrained during the intake process because he was "combative."The video shows about six officers carrying Otieno into a room. He appeared to struggle as he was put on the ground. At times as many as 10 deputies and hospital workers held him down while his legs were shackled and his arms were held behind his back. Another six deputies and medical staffers were in the room watching the encounter. Later the video shows Otieno slumped over and motionless. Officers turned him over and began chest compressions. Later they brought in a defibrillator machine and attempted to revive him.Police have arrested and charged three former employees of the mental health hospital and seven sheriffs deputies of Henrico County, Virginia, with second-degree murder in Otieno's death. Most of the deputies and hospital employees involved in the case are also Black.Officials have not ruled out making more charges or arrests.