George Floyd death retold & reviewed

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No one in the media thought to tell us that in fact using a need to restrain an uncooperative suspect
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is the official policy of the minneapolis police department in fact it’s taught at the police
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academy you’re seeing a slide from training from the academy on your screen right now but you didn’t see that slide
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last summer because our media were busy building a murder case against eric chauvin
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and using it to transform this country which they successfully have nor did anyone in the press think to
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report what happened before derek chauvin put his knee on george floyd’s neck
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authorities in minnesota made certain that no one could see the body cam footage that showed it
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body cams exist so that we can know what happened but they hid this footage and we only saw it because the daily
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mail which is from great britain and therefore slightly less terrified and dishonest than our own media
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are got a copy of it the body cam video showed officers working for about 20 minutes trying to detain a man
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who they believe had just committed a crime passing a fake twenty dollar bill a man who clearly had lost all sense of
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reality the footage showed george floyd begging officers to stay with him
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he was clearly suffering the tape is wrenching to watch it really is and by the end you are
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filled with sympathy for george floyd but it’s not the picture of a murder the incident began
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around 8 pm on may 24th when a grocery clerk called police to report that george floyd had used a counterfeit bill
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officers found floyd in a car nearby immediately it was very obvious that something was very wrong with george
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floyd hands on top of your head step out of the vehicle and step away
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from me all right step out and face away step out and face away please don’t shoot me please man i’m not gonna shoot
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you step out and face away i’m gonna get out man please don’t shoot me man
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i just lost my mom man please man please please i didn’t know man
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so george floyd was emotionally out of control and that’s why you feel so deeply for
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george floyd some of us did i did as you watch that video he’s panicked he’s terrified he’s hysterical
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the question is why the minneapolis police department does not have some fabled history of police brutality it
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just doesn’t and this certainly wasn’t george floyd’s first encounter with law enforcement
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from 1997 to 2007 texas police arrested george floyd a total of nine times on charges ranging from drug possession to
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theft then on august 9 2007 george floyd barged into a woman’s home and held
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a gun to her abdomen in front of her toddler it was a home invasion and george floyd got five years in
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prison for participating in it so he’d been in custody before why was george floyd on the verge of hysteria
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the police officers wondered the same thing you’ve got foam around your mouth said one cop to floyd a bystander
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looking on said to george floyd you’re going to die of a heart attack police then asked floyd if he had taken
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drugs are you wanting something right now nothing cause you actually all right
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let’s go [Music] are you on something right now the
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police officer asked no says george floyd but that wasn’t close to true
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according to the hennepin county medical examiner’s office george floyd wasn’t simply high
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he had a lethal dose of fentanyl in his system he also had methamphetamine the autopsy report showed that floyd had
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11 nanograms of fentanyl per millimeter of blood in a system when he was tested at the hospital how much is that
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it’s more than three times the amount of fentanyl required to kill a healthy person again that’s not our
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judgment that’s directly from the autopsy report the one that people didn’t see until
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after the riots quote signs associated with fentanyl toxicity include severe respiratory depression
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seizures hypotension coma and death in fatalities from fentanyl blood concentrations are variable and have
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been reported as low as three nanograms of fentanyl per millimeter of blood now no one is denying this the floyd
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family’s own lawyer admits that it’s true quote it’s true that the hennepin county
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medical examiner’s autopsy showed that floyd had fentanyl in his system he conceded
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but then he insisted that george floyd was actually killed by racism in fact the medical examiner and
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you can read this online found that george floyd’s heart was diseased a memorial day it finally gave
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way according to a press release from the medical examiner’s office floyd’s quote
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cause of death was carter-pulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement
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subdual restraint and neck compressions contributing factors included quote arthroscopic and hypertensive
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heart disease fentanyl intoxication recent methamphetamine use according to the report george floyd
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also was infected with covid that’s a lot in august after months of rioting documents related to the autopsy
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were finally released in court one was a memo detailing a conversation the prosecutor’s office had with andrew
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baker baker was the chief hennepin hennepin county medical examiner
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baker told prosecutors that quote mr floyd if he had been found dead in his home or
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anywhere else and there were no other contributing factors we would conclude it was an overdose
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death the memo noted that baker said floyd’s fentanyl levels were
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pretty high and that it is a fatal level of fentanyl under normal circumstances end quote
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in a separate memo baker announced quote the autopsy revealed no physical evidence suggesting that mr
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floyd died of asphyxiation well mr floyd was having trouble
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breathing of course the most noted part of the tape what explains that
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why was george floyd telling officers i can’t breathe well here’s one possible explanation
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one of the primary symptoms of fentanyl overdose is quote slowed or stopped breathing
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leading to unconsciousness and death that might also explain while george floyd was saying i can’t breathe long
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before any police officer’s knee was anywhere near him in fact george floyd was
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complaining that he couldn’t breathe as cops tried to get him in a police car as he resisted
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i’ll roll the window down okay man again no one can watch that footage without feeling
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sympathy for the man in handcuffs he’s terrified but does that footage amount to a murder
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no it doesn’t it so clearly doesn’t the problem is that nobody saw that footage during the riots last summer or before
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them they weren’t allowed to see it and that could be why last june 60 of respondents in the usa today ipsos poll
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described george floyd’s death as a murder that was then more facts have emerged from behind the
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media blackout including the tape we just showed you and that perception has changed accordingly and it’s changed
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dramatically the percentage of americans who believe george floyd was murdered
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has now dropped by double digits it’s down to 36 percent in other words the question of whether
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george floyd was murdered is in fact disputed by a majority of americans
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the bad news is you’re still not allowed to say that out loud you

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