The video above, taken from a man’s final days before he was shot dead by police, shows the moment his dying words are heard in the background.
The man, identified only as Mr M in the video, is heard in a voiceover as he asks the police officer, “Where are you?
Who are you?”
Mr M is heard saying that he’s been in a relationship with a man and the police tell him that they can’t “f*** with this”.
When Mr M asks if they can go and kill him, the officer replies, “No, I’m not going to kill you.”
The man is heard screaming in agony.
Mr M was later identified as 26-year-old Anthony Dezso, a man from Melbourne.
The video was taken in the early hours of Friday morning.
Mr Dezbo died in hospital in Sydney.
“You know it’s a terrible thing to lose someone in this way, but it’s just a terrible, horrible, horrible situation,” said Dr Peter Dezbro, a psychiatrist and expert in psychosis at the University of New South Wales.
“It’s like a slow death.
You can only imagine how terrible it must have been to be there, watching your loved one die.”
The video has gone viral on social media, with people sharing their experiences of living in fear, grief and despair.
“I can’t believe it,” wrote one viewer.
“We lost an innocent man,” wrote another.
“The police shot him because he was talking to his girlfriend,” wrote a third.
Police say Mr Dehbo was armed and had been “acting suspiciously” before he became a threat.
A statement from the NSW Police Service said officers were called to a “bizarre” incident in which Mr Deo was seen armed with a knife.
Mr DEHBO had been armed with two knives and a box cutter and was attempting to leave the premises when officers arrived, it said.
“Officers arrested him and detained him for further questioning.
Officers later released him without charge,” it said in a statement.
A NSW Police spokesman said officers “received reports of an armed man, who they believed had stolen a box cutlery from a nearby building, entering a residence and attempting to use it as a weapon”.
Police said the man was not believed to have been armed when they arrived at the scene.
“An officer fired a single shot, striking the suspect,” the statement said.
The NSW Police statement added that officers were unable to identify the man in the footage, and that the man’s “psychological state at the time of the incident was not known”.
“Officers immediately responded to the scene, but the man fled and officers have not been able to locate him,” the spokesman said.
Police were called at about 3:30am and charged the man with armed assault and attempted criminal damage.
Police said they would not release his name, and would not be releasing his identity.
“If anyone has any information relating to the circumstances surrounding this incident, or the identity of the man, they are asked to contact Crime Stoppers,” the NSW Crime Commission said in the statement.
Mr Pyle, who works at a cafe, was in Sydney on Friday to attend a funeral service for his father.
“He was really kind to everyone.
He was just an amazing person,” he said.
Mr Sibbi said he believed the police had acted properly.
“This is a really sad situation, but I’m sure there’s a lot of people out there who are suffering and are thinking about it,” he told ABC Radio Melbourne.
What you see is the police are really out of control and the way they’re treating people.” ABC/AAP