George Floyd Swallowed Drugs During May 2019 Arrest: Court FilingChris Menahan
Sep. 11, 2020
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George Floyd swallowed drugs during a prior arrest on May 6, 2019 according to a new court filing that has been completely ignored by the media for two weeks.
Here's the full document from MNCourts.gov (see 1 and 2):
NOTICE OF MOTIONSThe filing was made on August 28th, yet not one single story has been written about it from the local or national media.
There has been widespread speculation for months that Floyd died from ingesting drugs.
Last month, documents revealed Hennepin County Medical Examiner Dr. Andrew Baker determined Floyd had a "fatal level of fentanyl" in his system on top of low levels of meth.
"This level of fentanyl can cause pulmonary edema," Baker determined. "Mr. Floyd's lungs were 2-3x their normal weight at autopsy. That is a fatal level of fentanyl under normal circumstances."
"[Baker] said that if Mr. Floyd had been found dead in his home (or anywhere else) and there were no other contributing factors he would conclude that it was an overdose death."
The Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office official autopsy report also found Floyd had enough fentanyl in his system to kill a person -- as well as a host of heart conditions, including "severe" and multifocal arteriosclerotic heart disease, hypertensive heart disease, an enlarged heart and clinical history of hypertension -- and also had methamphetamine in his system, THC from marijuana in addition to cotinine from cigarettes and caffeine.
Video of Floyd's arrest -- which was hid from the public for months -- shows he said he couldn't breathe before he was placed on the ground.
Additionally, the video shows it was Floyd who asked police to place him on the ground after relentlessly resisting arrest and refusing to go into the back seat of their police cruiser.
Derek Chauvin is getting a hearing on Friday morning and speculation is running wild that some charges may be dropped.
I highly doubt that's the case but if it does happen brace yourselves for a new wave of "peaceful" riots.
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