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"I'd take them away from the civilians and from the police."
Yeah? Your police go unarmed to arrest suspects with guns? Wait, don't tell me. Your cops go with knives and then sneak up to within 21 feet where the gunman's weapon is completely useless. Brilliant.
That's why Hall is refusing to testify smart one. The drug dealer has the right to refuse testimony that is self incriminating. If it were determined that fentanyl is the major reason Floyd died, and Hall admitted to giving it to him, Hall would face charges for Floyd's homicide.
Jesus Christ you're a brick.
If he had died alone in his apartment of fentanyl, it would be a homicide you ignorant fuck. The fentanyl in his system, absent any other knowledge, would have made "overdose" a reasonable conclusion for cause of death according to the ME. He was quick to clarify that he isn't calling it an overdose. Neither am I. But the prosecutor is making the case that lethal levels of fentanyl had no significant effect on his death. But it's reasonable to doubt that lethal levels of fentanyl had no significant effect, which is the defendants case to make.
Idk how right wing you find Daily Wire, Victor Davis Hanson, and National Review, but they were all saying before the election that the economy is gonna boom after covid and if Biden wins, he will take credit. After Biden won and began pumping non-existent money and looking to raise taxes, they all said that he is taking the measures knowing that the covid rebound will be substantial enough for it.
The official autopsy was the first one done by the states medical examiner. That's the original source we have access to. That's the one you're ignoring. It didn't say what the Floyd family wanted so they hired out.
Of course they ruled it a homicide. But that doesn't mean what you're pretending it means.
The lung expert said he needed nothing more than to view the video, which is all he did.
No one needs to show that Floyd certainly wasn't killed by positional asphyxia. That's a reasonable conclusion. The defense just needs to show that when Chauvin used approved restraints, it's reasonably possible that he was neither breaking the law nor trying to kill Floyd.
Haha! I tell you that "You tend to make some bland comment along these lines when you have no counter point and can't think not an insult". To which you respond with a bland comment along those lines.
This is why I occasionally interact with you. A walking talking joke is really something.
You forgot to switch to the correct account. I posted this comment to BL.
Incorrect I’ve accepted the most credible witnesses and accounts you’ve ignored them
When you fail to accept as "most credible" the medical examiner and the autopsy report, you notion of credibility is in serious doubt. Of course that's been your problem from the beginning.
A number of medical experts have weighed in. You have consistently accepted some medical experts and rejected those with contradicting opinions. Those opinions don't simply go away just by you ignoring them. This is how you end up in a fantasy world of your own ignorant design. It would be sad if you weren't such a despicable character.
right sure buddy
That is right. He complained when he was still upright and in the car.
Not where I’m reading and watching
That's your problem. Only watching the prosecutors examination tends to convince one of the prosecutors case. But it's only have the story.
I’m actually convinced now you’re mentally insane
After last week when you told BL that you like corpses because they are a little less likely to reject you, no one cares what you're convinced of.
The tragedy here is you don’t even realise you’re making fuck all sense
You tend to make some bland comment along these lines when you have no counter point and can't think not an insult. It's one of your many marks of failure.
Floyd complained that he couldn't breath well before he was ever on the ground. Other then that, I haven't denied any of this testimony. I'm not watching a different trial, I'm just presenting testimony from the cross examination which is being omitted from many of the news articles. This is not an accident. If there is a hung jury or if Chauvin is acquitted, it will be because of the information that you and others want to ignore. If that information is under reported then ignorant blowhards like you will call it systemic racism and feel justified in burning down the unrelated corner store.
Wonder if DR C and Amarel would volunteer to lie on the ground and let a 200lb man kneel on their necks for 10 minutes?
The use of force expert and the police chief, both testifying for the prosecution, admitted that when viewed from a different angle it is unclear that Chauvin had his knee on the back of Floyd's neck and appears rather to be on Floyd's shoulder blade. Also, Chauvin is 140 lbs.
Most people don't volunteer to get arrested, but in resisting arrest one does open themselves to being restrained through approved police restraint methods. Which is what Floyd was subjected to. Not that you asked, but I completely disagree with the notion that this restraint was needed for any extensive amount of time. The rookie on scene thought it was a problem too. But the fact remains that it was an approved method that was lower on their use of force spectrum than other approved restraints.
ER Dr Langenfeld who testified the other day said he suspected hypoxia, commonly referred to as asphyxia, killed Floyd. On cross examination Chauvin's attorney asked if fentanyl can cause hypoxia/asphyxia and Doc said yes. When asked if meth can cause hypoxia, Doc said it can. He also said that the primary reason fentanyl is dangerous is because it suppresses the respiratory system. That could explain why Floyd complained that he couldn't breath before Chauvin was even there.
It's becoming less reasonable to conclude that the only explanation for Floyd's death is Chauvin.