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George Floyd is a PSYOP sideshow meant to distract, divide, and program the populace to not only despise each other but to react to future George Floyd-esq events like Pavlov's dogs.

Mission accomplished.

The real question you should be asking is not how he died, but who is using his death as a means to rip this country in half and radicalize people with hate filled minds against each other on either side of the contrived divide.

It's far past time we stopped dancing to the NWO tune.

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My understanding of murder is it is premeditated, hence my choice of not guilty. Manslaughter possibly, murder no.

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The circumstances are so complex and we are asking the police officers to take into account all of these factors, most of which they did not know about at the time, and act appropriately to control the individual yet prevent a "cardiopulmonary event". We are asking the impossible and then sentencing them to prison for many years. Not right, justice was not served. I hope we can make this "right" at the end of the day.

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Employment of that hold and similar neck holds are part of my military background (many years ago, but necks haven't changed). The holds are designed to constrict carotid arteries, which blacks the subject out remarkably quickly, not the airway. When properly employed the holds are not lethal, in fact they do no lasting harm at all. And I could tell from the video that the officer wasn't even applying enough pressure to constrict the artery, he was just positioned to do so if needed. So when I heard Floyd, who had a bad heart, ingested an extraordinarily toxic substance which kills huge numbers of substance abusers every year and saw him complaining of difficulty breathing before he was restrained (on body cam video) a fatal fentanyl overdose became the rather obvious likelihood. Getting into a physical altercation with police may well have aggravated Floyd's condition but he is the one who initiated that. The officer was obviously wrongly convicted since overdose is the likelihood and far beyond reasonable doubt.

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This was always obvious from day one, it certainly didn’t require a trial and the entire episode is a terrible stain on this countries justice system, which no one can still pretend is impartial and blind.

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John,

After reading Tucker & Dr. Kory (both of whom I respect) I am so glad to hear your opinion on this. I agree with your comments, and think what you have said sounds most likely. Thank you for taking time to share your thoughts on this.

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Why do these fallen black heroes all have substantial criminal records and drugs in their system? Asking for a friend

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For the definitive answer to ‘who killed George Floyd’, please read Liz Collin’s highly suppressed book “They’re Lying”. She was an investigative reporter in Mpls, and happened to be married to the head of the police union at the time. The police officers’ body cameras clearly showed that Floyd complained three times that he couldn’t breathe before any police officer had even touched him. The coroner’s report said yes, he died from heart disease, complicated by all the drugs in his system.

So why was all this suppressed? A woman at the scene filmed the whole thing on her camera phone, and put the video of the cop with his knee on Floyd’s neck on the Internet. The mayor of Mpls saw the video, called the head of the police Union (the author’s husband), and told him that those four officers were to be off the force that very day - without first reviewing the body camera footage! Mistake! The mayor and his political cronies had to cover up their lack of due process and turn the whole disaster into a politically-correct win. There’s more to the story - please read her book!

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Chauvin did exactly what his police manual said to do ,and it is terribly wrong that he was convicted.

I hope that this conviction can be reversed soon and that Chauvin can be freed and reimbursed for this unspeakable injustice.

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I’m sorry to sound so callous, but he’s dead, and I don’t care. He is in a better place hopefully. I am sorry for his demise and his addiction. I am also sorry for the officers who have to deal with people like Floyd.

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I read that that particular method of restraint had been used 22 times already that year by other officers in that department, and that it was part of their current protocol at the time. First of all, I believe that George Floyd died of a drug overdose and other issues from a dangerous lifestyle, and I don’t believe the police officer should be accused of a crime using a maneuver he was trained to use, a maneuver that was approved and taught by his employer, the police department .

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Way back when, when I used to arrest people like Mr. Floyd, it was very common for them to tell me they couldn't comply because they were diabetic. They weren't but they would say they were in hopes of special treatment. It was so common that I figured they had briefed each other about the claim's efficacy during previous stints in jail. I wonder if criminal fashion had changed in the intervening years; instead of saying they were diabetic they would beillow that they can't breathe. That is germane to this case. How many times had the arresting officers heard a false claim that "I can't breathe."?

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I am not convinced beyond a reasonable doubt that Chauvin is guilty. However, I admire Dr. Kory, I read his Ivermectin book and also his report on Floyd's death and it is persuasive but I still have doubts.

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You bring up another twist to the question of what killed George Floyd. America has suffered a great deal over this question and it is still not convincing the the police officers were at fault.

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We knew this then.

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As a hospitalist of almost 20 years, its no joke when people present high and agitated or become so from ingestions while hospitalized. They can easily become violent, so I can see why they had him in that hold after he had REFUSED to get into the police car. While I have the utmost admiration for Dr. Kory, I have a hard time that he didn't mention in his response to Tucker Carlson the other drugs Floyd had in his body. Exogenous methamphetamine & amphetamines along with the natural release of epinephrine in a fight/flight scenario can lead to fatal vasospasm/vasoconstriction and death especially in light of severe multi vessel coronary artery disease. I believe his death was multifactorial...I have not watched all the tape or testimony so its hard for me to comment on Chauvin's lack of response to Floyd's change in level of consciousness.

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