Thursday, September 3, 2020

New Evidence Presented in the George Floyd Case

Analysts and attorneys at Court TV explain. It’s worth a full watch:

“From coast-to-coast everyone, absolutely outraged, especially by that fact, the knee on the neck. Well, guess what folks, take a look at what you’re looking at right here. That is from the police training manual,” attorney and host Vinnie Politan said. “Where this all comes from is from a motion to dismiss. A motion to dismiss that was filed by Derek Chauvin’s attorneys saying that the knee on the neck is part of his training as a Minneapolis police officer. And there we see it in the manual on the left and on the right is what we all have seen in the video of Officer Chauvin. So, is this a game-changer?”

“This one is absolutely shocking. I mean, this is what the whole story is about. This is what outraged millions and millions of people, this is what caused the protests. It was the knee on the neck…and now the defense is saying dismiss the charges because the knee on the neck is right there in the police training manual,” he continued.

So why did Chauvin continue holding his knee on Floyd’s neck after he became unresponsive?


  1. "So why did Chauvin continue holding his knee on Floyd’s neck after he became unresponsive?"

    Don't care. Floyd died of self inflicted opiod overdose. Nothing the police did or failed to do would have changed that.

    BLM and antifa were going to riot anyway, this is just the excuse they used to get it started. If this didnt come along, they would have picked something else.



  2. George Floyd was a suicide.
    He chose to suicide by inserting a massive overdose of illegal drugs into his colon while committing crimes against his neighbors and his community.