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Derek Chauvin.... Interesting History....

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divegirl | 13:22 Sat 06th Jun 2020 | News
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Seeing as some seem quick to defend the actions of Derek Chauvin et al during the arrest and subsequent killing of George Floyd because of his past, I would like to know what your feelings are on the past history of the man arrested for the second degree murder of Mr Floyd?

https://www.refinery29.com/en-gb/2020/06/9848055/minneapolis-police-derek-chauvin-history-force

https://www.mercurynews.com/2020/06/01/derek-chauvin-what-we-know-about-the-former-minneapolis-cop-charged-in-george-floyds-death/

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/may/28/george-floyd-killing-officers-derek-chauvin-tou-thao-investigated

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divegirl - // The man was dead and still no one cared... you cannot defend that surely? // Retrocop could be said to be having a good go at it! Although he denies such defence, and I accept his view on that.
18:11 Sat 06th Jun 2020
Floyd was neither asphyxiated or strangulated to death.
You'd feel woozy with methamphetamine and fentanyl in you, BM.
//You'd feel woozy with methamphetamine and fentanyl in you//

Did Trump recommend it to combat Covid 19?
retrocop - // I don't believe any one else was there to represent Answerbank and witness the action yet they are not prepared to ask questions but in true AB fashion have all the answers so lets dispense with due process . Lets hang him now without benefit of a trial. AB has found him guilty. //

I am unsure why you are aiming your slightly hysterical rant in my direction, I have never suggested that the officer does not receive the benefit of trial.

// Shame Floyd missed that chance but just maybe had he got in the police car he may of been charged with a minor misdemeanour and walked. //

Maybe so, but what does that mean? Maybe if I had been born a girl I would not be bald now - what on earth are you talking about?

// Forget due process. //

Feel free, but I think everyone deserves to be heard, and that includes, sadly in his absence, Mr Floyd.
Spicerack - // Floyd was neither asphyxiated or strangulated to death. //

Please provide a link to your evidence for that statement, I am sure everyone would be interested in seeing it.
Says so in the autopsy report, andy.
Spicerack - // Says so in the autopsy report, andy. //

Fair enough. Thank you.
Surprised some body hasn’t dug up something on the person who filmed it . Isn’t that how it happens put something into the mix to cloudy the waters . No one has tried to say it did not happen yet wait somebody will come along .
Death and autopsy at same date and time am I missing something here ?
weecalf - // Death and autopsy at same date and time am I missing something here ? //

No, one is a.m., one is p.m., they are twelve hours apart.
Oops of course and different day will lie down now sorry
Can anyone tell from those tables whether those drugs were at high/dangerous levels or just trace amounts?
weecalf - // Oops of course and different day will lie down now sorry //

No need to apologise, perfectly easy mistake to make.
Off topic. I would refuse a cannabis test in work although I never smoked it (tried it, don't like it) on principle.
It says he died at 9.25pm. It looked like broad daylight to me when he was put on the gurney apparently lifeless. Is it really that bright in the U.S. at that time of night?
//Can anyone tell from those tables whether those drugs were at high/dangerous levels or just trace amounts?//
Spicey
As a convicted drug dealer you are not suggesting that Mr Floyd had swallowed the evidence to avoid detection when first approached by police are you?
It could explain a couple of things, retro. Surely it would have been highlighted by now, if true.
RETRO the ambulance left the scene at about 8:30 pm. The time of death, 9:25 pm, was given whilst at the hospital.

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