Nothing could have prepared America for the violence that spread across our nation as a result of the death of George Floyd after Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin was caught kneeling on Floyd’s neck during an arrest.
Floyd’s death spurred incredible violence, including the death and serious injuries of innocent law enforcement officers and US Secret Service agents, rioting, looting, arson, and the destruction of cities across America. The violence that’s taken place in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death has divided our nation and shined a light on the dark underbelly of the Democrat Party and the media that supports them.
Today, on the third day of the Derek Chauvin trial for the murder of George Floyd, an interesting video was shown.
New York Post reports – George Floyd “appeared to be high” when he handed over a counterfeit $20 bill in a Minneapolis convenience store, a clerk testified Wednesday — as never-before-seen surveillance footage shows him acting peculiar moments before his fatal confrontation with police.
The newly-released video from May 25, aired Wednesday during the murder trial of ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin, shows an animated Floyd inside the Cup Foods store with two companions, dancing and acting boisterous.
He also seemed to be acting fidgety and on edge at times, repeatedly counting money and reaching into his pockets.
Store clerk Christopher Martin, 19, testified that the 46-year-old victim had trouble speaking and appeared to be under the influence.
“When you were communicating with him, what was his demeanor like?” Minnesota Assistant Attorney General Matthew Frank asked during direct examination.
“When I asked him if he played baseball, he went on to respond,” Martin answered. “But it kind of took him a little long to get to what he was trying to say. So, it appeared that he was high.”
The footage, which does not have audio, then shows the moment Floyd hands over the phony bill after exchanging words with the clerk.
Watch the bizarre footage of Brown here:
Spectator reports – These charges were based on the autopsy performed by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office and a private “re-autopsy” performed at the request of the Floyd family’s attorney. Based on those procedures, the medical examiner issued a revised autopsy report stating that Floyd had died of “cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdual, restraint and neck compression.” In short, Floyd’s death was allegedly caused by the manner in which the police had restrained him.
But the police defendants were charged before the medical examiner had received the report of Floyd’s toxicology screen by NMS Labs of Horsham, Pennsylvania.
Then, on May 31, 2020, NMS Labs forwarded Floyd’s toxicology report to the Hennepin County Medical Examiners’ Office.
Big League Politics reports – A summary of a conversation between Amy Sweasy, a Hennepin County Attorney, and Dr. Andrew Baker, the chief medical examiner for the county, reveals that the former would conclude George Floyd died of a drug overdose if there were no other contributing factors.
The medical examiner makes the conclusion of an overdose death on the basis of blood samples collected from George Floyd at a Minneapolis hospital.
Dr. Baker reveals that Floyd’s blood tested positive for the presence of 4ANPP, methamphetamine, fentanyl, and norfentayl. He described the level of fentanyl found in George Floyd’s bloodstream as a “fatal level under normal circumstances.”
ARTICLE SOURCE: 100percentfeedup.com