Floyd: OD or Murder?

Just watch this video.

Comment 1: The full video negates much of the false narrative provided over the last year by mainstream media.

Comment 2: I find the actions of the police to be exceptionally accommodating towards Floyd. He wasn’t pulled from the police cruiser. He requested it. He was complaining that he couldn’t breath for several minutes before he was pinned on the ground, so clearly, his condition wasn’t caused by the officers. You can clearly see the officer’s knee rising up and down as Floyd moved.

Comment 3a: Floyd had 11 ng/ml in his blood.

Comment 3b: Lethal dose of fentanyl used in combination with other drugs begins around 7 ng/ml.

Comment 4a: Floyd’s 11 ng/ml was reviewed by a panel of three experts:

Comment 4b: Floyd’s 11 ng/ml resulted in pulmonary edema so severe his lungs were saturated with fluid at autopsy:

Comment 5: Floyd died of cardiac arrest as a result of both serious cardiac risk factors, his self-induced overdose of fentanyl with resulting pulmonary edema to the point where he couldn’t breath, and the fentanyl-induced excited delirium (EXD), also known as agitated delirium, a syndrome described as a combination of psychomotor agitation, delirium, and sweating, which exacerbated his condition. It may include attempts at violence, unexpected strength, and very high body temperature. Between his not being able to breath due to the pulmonary edema, his cardiac blockage, and serious exertion, his heart stopped.

BOTTOM LINE: George Floyd died as a direct result of his own self-induced drug overdose. The actions of the four officers on trial were both commendable and did not – could not have possibly hastened his death, nor did they do anything to delay the ambulance or treatment after it arrived, having called them the first time with a routine code while still trying to get George Floyd into the back of the patrol car, and a second time with an emergency code when George Floyd began losing consciousness.

I would like to convey my most sincere condolences to his friends and family.

The investigator in the video raises some very good points as to why the board’s findings weren’t released until the end of the summer, along with questions as to why the officers in question were still being charged after its findings were made public.

Updated: April 1, 2021 — 4:30 pm