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- Dec 5, 2008
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- Ft Worth,TX
the combination of getting arrested and being put in the police car, *could* have let to a form of panic overcoming Floyd.If you have been watching the defense final argument you would have noticed 3 armed officers could not get him into the car. He resisted arrest and he could breath or he wouldn't have been blabbering. And isn't it a little odd for him to be claustrophobic in a police car after being awakened from a peaceful slumber in his own car?The defense has been lying about everything from the start. It's no wonder you're completely wrong about the facts of this case.unlike you, i've been following the final remarks of the defense, and they make clear that a police officer has to consider his training, the larger picture of the situation at hand, and the surroundings.
based on the testimony of the training officer who was in charge of Chauvin's training, Chauvin did no act unreasonably.
based on the testimony of the doctor in charge of Floyd's autopsy, the 'recent use of meth', was a contributing factor to Floyd's death.
You ever been in a firefight and not be panicked? I have. A few times. A perfectly healthy man with a strong heart and drug free will overcome panic.