- Jun 19, 2010
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I have to agree, these guys are taught procedure.I have read the autopsy report, and it said nothing like that. And people develop high tolerances to fentanyl over time.I have seen no evidence he was dead before the cop cut off his air. What is that claim based on?They didn't kill him first.... he was dead before they got there...that is what 2X the lethal dose of Fentanyl means..........even if paramedics had arrived first and given him aid, he would have died.......the knee on the neck did nothing to add to that outcome...they ..... did.... not...... kill....him.....
He reacted as trained......they have training from that cities police training doctrine which shows how to use the knee to the neck.........that officer should be found not guilty and returned to duty....
The 2X the lethal dose of fentanyl in his system.....he was already dead...he just hadn't stopped moving......even if paramedics were on the scene there was nothing they could do...his lungs were done.
But even if true, that he was already going to die, it does not alter the fact it is illegal murder to do a carotid choke hold.
We all saw it.
Whether he died at all, or died of something else, it is still attempted murder by the cop.
Dumb ass....it was not a carotid choke hold....it was a pinning technique...you dumb ass.
He was not murdered.......you assholes keep saying that to try to make it true....and it isn't true, not even remotely true.
He killed himself with a drug overdose.
Floyd was not the gentle giant teddy bear, he was a menace to society. I'm with the cops on this one. With that I mean is to allow them due process. The other thing that is simply wrong is this... If you can say I can't breath over and over...
You are breathing.
His criminal history and toxicology report is plain for everyone to see.