Spike Lee raised many questions with his latest YouTube post.

According to the Huffington Post, the famed director uploaded a mashup of Eric Garner, who was killed by police after breaking up a fight, and a clip from his film Do The Right Thing when Radio Raheem was killed the same way.

The video uploaded on Monday was titled, “Radio Raheem and The Gentle Giant.”

Garner lost his life last week when NYPD officers tried to arrest him for allegedly selling cigarettes on the street. Garner and many people on the street tried to tell the police he was breaking up a fight, but the officers tried to restrain Garner.

Garner’s death has sparked conversations of racial discrimination with the police and the excessive force used on suspects.

The police department has resigned Officer Daniel Pantaleo, who used the illegal chokehold move on Garner, while four of the EMT’s on the scene were suspended without pay.

Spike Lee’s film, “Do The Right Thing” celebrated its 25th anniversary this year.

Unfortunately, we can’t show you the video on our site, so you’ll have to watch it on Youtube.

Source: Huffington Post