Oklahoma City police find retired doctor's body after 911 call
Deepak Bhasin, 58, had trauma to his body consistent with homicide, police said.
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Dec 12Police went to 15800 San Nicholas Drive about 7:30 p.m....
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In Bhasin's video, two women wearing police uniforms interrogate him about why he is holding a bottle of Febreze. He argues with them briefly about the legality of cleaning his car while wearing sunglasses before being dragged off-screen by the officers. The video ends with a warning: “Beware! This Could Happen To YOU!”
Bhasin addresses other incidents with police and neighbors in videos on the YouTube channel, which are also available at www.policebrutalityoklahomacity.com.
Bhasin attended medical school in India, and was licensed by Oklahoma in 1984. He specialized in internal medicine and general practice, state medical board records show. No disciplinary actions were taken against him, and his license expired in 1997, records show.
Anyone with information can call the homicide tip line at 297-1200.
CONTRIBUTING: Bryan Dean, Staff Writer
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