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attitude04-04-2021 17:23
keepit
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The attitude in this country is much too punitive nowadays. Even on this website the attitude is too punitive.
04-04-2021 17:32
HarveyH55Profile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
The attitude in this country is much too punitive nowadays. Even on this website the attitude is too punitive.


Mostly just James. Most of us just have a bad attitude, when it comes to global warming, socialism, and just a cold virus...
04-04-2021 18:00
keepit
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Wasn't it you that was complaining about George Floyd, as if you thought that cheating the economic system out of $20 was worth spending millions over the "terribleness" of the crime.
04-04-2021 18:13
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keepit wrote:
Wasn't it you that was complaining about George Floyd, as if you thought that cheating the economic system out of $20 was worth spending millions over the "terribleness" of the crime.


Nope...
04-04-2021 18:16
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Oops. Sorry.
04-04-2021 21:17
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keepit wrote: The attitude in this country is much too punitive nowadays. Even on this website the attitude is too punitive.

Let me guess ... you have no clue what "punitive" means.

It figures.

Yep. Moron.

Shall we run through another keepit cycle? Yes. Let's.

keepit, your statement is stupid. There are no punishments dispensed on this website. No one has been banned since litesong and no one has been suspended temporarily ... ever.

This is the point whereby you complete this iteration and somehow blame me for the fact that you are a total idiot.

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04-04-2021 21:26
keepit
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ibd,
You missed the key word -"attitude".
04-04-2021 22:40
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RTFQ
04-04-2021 23:19
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keepit wrote:
Wasn't it you that was complaining about George Floyd, as if you thought that cheating the economic system out of $20 was worth spending millions over the "terribleness" of the crime.


Aaahhhhh, I get it now!

Floyd was printing money. He was your hero!


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05-04-2021 00:04
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
The attitude in this country is much too punitive nowadays. Even on this website the attitude is too punitive.

Void argument fallacy.


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05-04-2021 00:08
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
Wasn't it you that was complaining about George Floyd, as if you thought that cheating the economic system out of $20 was worth spending millions over the "terribleness" of the crime.


Counterfeiting is a crime. So is resisting arrest. So are the other violent acts of George Floyd.
So is arson. So is looting. So is pillaging. Acts that people have done to honor this loser.


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05-04-2021 01:29
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itn,
Your post is a good example of the punitive attitude in this country and on this website. And btw, Floyd is now considered a hero among people of color.
Back to your post. I think counterfeiting and passing counterfeit money are 2 different crimes. And there is some doubt (but not much maybe) that floyd knew it was counterfeit. I very much doubt he did the counterfeiting of the bill. That being said, it was only a $20 dollar crime!!!!! Get a fgrip on yourself!
The crime of resisting arrest in his case might be mitigated in court by the fact that he was having a panic attack.
The acts of pillaging etc were were not his crimes. Get real.
I've been told that there will be more than pillaging if chauvin goes free. Not that i condone that.
You need to reevaluate your self.
05-04-2021 01:49
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
itn,
Your post is a good example of the punitive attitude in this country and on this website.

Including your punitive attitude and of others that want to honor this loser.
keepit wrote:
And btw, Floyd is now considered a hero among people of color.

You don't get to speak for anyone else. You are not God. You only get to speak for you. I really don't give a damn what color your skin is. Racism. Omniscience.
keepit wrote:
Back to your post. I think counterfeiting and passing counterfeit money are 2 different crimes.

Irrelevant. They are both crimes.
keepit wrote:
And there is some doubt (but not much maybe) that floyd knew it was counterfeit. I very much doubt he did the counterfeiting of the bill. That being said, it was only a $20 dollar crime!!!!! Get a fgrip on yourself!

Value doesn't matter. Counterfeiting is a crime. Passing counterfeit currency is a crime.
keepit wrote:
The crime of resisting arrest in his case might be mitigated in court by the fact that he was having a panic attack.

He was not having a panic attack. He was resisting arrest and under the effects of his drug overdose.
keepit wrote:
The acts of pillaging etc were were not his crimes. Get real.

Pay attention dumbass. The pillaging was done by those wanting to honor this loser. It is still being done.
keepit wrote:
I've been told that there will be more than pillaging if chauvin goes free. Not that i condone that.

Yes you do. You are condoning it now.
keepit wrote:
You need to reevaluate your self.

Psychoquackery.


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05-04-2021 06:41
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keepit wrote:itn, Your post is a good example of the punitive attitude in this country and on this website.

Nope. Your statement is still stupid. You still take great pride in being a moron.

keepit wrote: And btw, Floyd is now considered a hero among people of color.

Who are these people of color? How can my children figure out if they are people of color? Is there some sort of test?

keepit wrote: That being said, it was only a $20 dollar crime!!!!!

It then makes one really wonder why he would violently resist arrest. It makes one wonder why you defend confirmed criminals violently resisting arrest, even for petty crimes. Logically, you must support all petty criminals violently resisting arrest because the crimes are small. You are precisely the kind of schitt I really don't want in my society.

keepit wrote:The acts of pillaging etc were were not his crimes.

They were the acts of those you insist consider Floyd a hero. It speaks to the character of those to whom you refer, i.e. violent criminals.

Why do you hold violent criminals in such high regard? Did I understate the kind schitt you are?


keepit wrote:I've been told that there will be more than pillaging if chauvin goes free.

... and of course we should let the BLM mob determine our law enforcement policy.

keepit wrote: Not that i condone that.

Yes, ... that you condone that ... that you obviously want that.

keepit wrote:You need to reevaluate your self.

You're just a bullying schitt.

Chauvin should be walking. We should not be criminalizing law enforcement. We should be criminalizing crimes, e.g. George Floyd.

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05-04-2021 07:30
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How do you know that the $20 bill, was Floyd's only crime? Criminals aren't arrested and tried for every crime they ever committed. They might be getting arrested for a 'petty' crime, but have a long list of more serious crimes, they thought they got away with. He might not need to run for the $20, but he might be running for a robbery or murder, committed weeks before. The cop would know that, but he does know that the $20, probably isn't the only crime Mr. Floyd committed.
05-04-2021 16:29
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IBdaMann wrote:
keepit wrote:And btw, Floyd is now considered a hero among people of color.

Who are these people of color? How can my children figure out if they are people of color? Is there some sort of test?

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05-04-2021 17:59
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HarveyH55 wrote:
How do you know that the $20 bill, was Floyd's only crime? Criminals aren't arrested and tried for every crime they ever committed. They might be getting arrested for a 'petty' crime, but have a long list of more serious crimes, they thought they got away with. He might not need to run for the $20, but he might be running for a robbery or murder, committed weeks before. The cop would know that, but he does know that the $20, probably isn't the only crime Mr. Floyd committed.

We already know that passing a bum $20 bill is not Floyd's only crime. He was a known violent offender that had already served time for armed robbery (multiple times), drugs including DUI (multiple times), etc.

If this had happened in Washington, it would've resulted in a life prison sentence through our Three Strikes law. These days, of course, it's catch and release; like everywhere else.


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05-04-2021 18:11
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These posts sound more like a lynch mob that a trial.
05-04-2021 19:17
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keepit wrote:
These posts sound more like a lynch mob that a trial.

Floyd already had many trials. He lost them. He served time for armed robbery (multiple times), and drug offenses including DUI (multiple times).

Apparently you don't know what 'lynch mob' means.


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05-04-2021 19:43
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Is there anybody on earth that you can fool with your baloney?
05-04-2021 20:45
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The ER doc that treated Floyd just testified that Floyd died of asphyxia. which then led to cardiac arrest.

This mean he didn't die from heart attack or heart failure or drug intoxication.
05-04-2021 22:40
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keepit wrote:
Is there anybody on earth that you can fool with your baloney?

I'm not trying to use your baloney.


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05-04-2021 22:42
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keepit wrote:
The ER doc that treated Floyd just testified that Floyd died of asphyxia. which then led to cardiac arrest.

This mean he didn't die from heart attack or heart failure or drug intoxication.

Then he's guilty of perjury. That's not what he put on the report to the coroner.


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05-04-2021 22:45
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keepit wrote:
The ER doc that treated Floyd just testified that Floyd died of asphyxia. which then led to cardiac arrest.

This mean he didn't die from heart attack or heart failure or drug intoxication.


Did the doctor guess at why Floyd wasn't getting enough oxygen? And yes, drugs can paralyze the muscles that help you breath...

ER doctor? Not the coroner? Does that mean Floyd was alive, in the ambulance? Maybe one of the EMT screwed up... Reasonable doubt.
06-04-2021 05:49
James___
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HarveyH55 wrote:
keepit wrote:
The ER doc that treated Floyd just testified that Floyd died of asphyxia. which then led to cardiac arrest.

This mean he didn't die from heart attack or heart failure or drug intoxication.


Did the doctor guess at why Floyd wasn't getting enough oxygen? And yes, drugs can paralyze the muscles that help you breath...

ER doctor? Not the coroner? Does that mean Floyd was alive, in the ambulance? Maybe one of the EMT screwed up... Reasonable doubt.



You're disgusting. Did the former Officer Chauvin need to ensure his death before letting him up? Sadly you show how sick things are in the US.
06-04-2021 07:31
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James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
keepit wrote:
The ER doc that treated Floyd just testified that Floyd died of asphyxia. which then led to cardiac arrest.

This mean he didn't die from heart attack or heart failure or drug intoxication.


Did the doctor guess at why Floyd wasn't getting enough oxygen? And yes, drugs can paralyze the muscles that help you breath...

ER doctor? Not the coroner? Does that mean Floyd was alive, in the ambulance? Maybe one of the EMT screwed up... Reasonable doubt.



You're disgusting. Did the former Officer Chauvin need to ensure his death before letting him up? Sadly you show how sick things are in the US.


Why let him up? The intent was to keep Floyd restrained, until EMS arrived. Haven't seen dispatcher logs, but under the impression an ambulance was called, before the knee restraint. Floyd had been resisting, playing games. How Chauvin know it wasn't just another game? Floyd could have just relaxed, went limp, hoping the cops would ease up enough, for him to pull free, and resist some more.
08-04-2021 02:38
James___
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HarveyH55 wrote:
James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
keepit wrote:
The ER doc that treated Floyd just testified that Floyd died of asphyxia. which then led to cardiac arrest.

This mean he didn't die from heart attack or heart failure or drug intoxication.


Did the doctor guess at why Floyd wasn't getting enough oxygen? And yes, drugs can paralyze the muscles that help you breath...

ER doctor? Not the coroner? Does that mean Floyd was alive, in the ambulance? Maybe one of the EMT screwed up... Reasonable doubt.



You're disgusting. Did the former Officer Chauvin need to ensure his death before letting him up? Sadly you show how sick things are in the US.


Why let him up? The intent was to keep Floyd restrained, until EMS arrived. Haven't seen dispatcher logs, but under the impression an ambulance was called, before the knee restraint. Floyd had been resisting, playing games. How Chauvin know it wasn't just another game? Floyd could have just relaxed, went limp, hoping the cops would ease up enough, for him to pull free, and resist some more.



So you're saying he couldn't do something simple like check his pulse? All you do Harvey is make excuses. And we're back to; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3olKpkhH0Q&t=5s
08-04-2021 03:15
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James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
keepit wrote:
The ER doc that treated Floyd just testified that Floyd died of asphyxia. which then led to cardiac arrest.

This mean he didn't die from heart attack or heart failure or drug intoxication.


Did the doctor guess at why Floyd wasn't getting enough oxygen? And yes, drugs can paralyze the muscles that help you breath...

ER doctor? Not the coroner? Does that mean Floyd was alive, in the ambulance? Maybe one of the EMT screwed up... Reasonable doubt.



You're disgusting. Did the former Officer Chauvin need to ensure his death before letting him up? Sadly you show how sick things are in the US.


Why let him up? The intent was to keep Floyd restrained, until EMS arrived. Haven't seen dispatcher logs, but under the impression an ambulance was called, before the knee restraint. Floyd had been resisting, playing games. How Chauvin know it wasn't just another game? Floyd could have just relaxed, went limp, hoping the cops would ease up enough, for him to pull free, and resist some more.



So you're saying he couldn't do something simple like check his pulse? All you do Harvey is make excuses. And we're back to; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3olKpkhH0Q&t=5s


I got the impression, that Floyd wasn't dead, on the ground, with the knee in his neck. EMS was expected on the scene any moment. You have to remember there is a difference between facts, and hype and hysteria used to justify riots. The hype, was that a racist cop, strangled the life out of Floyd. So for, we know it wasn't a choke hold applied, but a knee restraint to the back of the neck. Also appears Floyd died in the ambulance. Get ready for some surprises, when the defense starts it's case.
08-04-2021 05:24
James___
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HarveyH55 wrote:
James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
keepit wrote:
The ER doc that treated Floyd just testified that Floyd died of asphyxia. which then led to cardiac arrest.

This mean he didn't die from heart attack or heart failure or drug intoxication.


Did the doctor guess at why Floyd wasn't getting enough oxygen? And yes, drugs can paralyze the muscles that help you breath...

ER doctor? Not the coroner? Does that mean Floyd was alive, in the ambulance? Maybe one of the EMT screwed up... Reasonable doubt.



You're disgusting. Did the former Officer Chauvin need to ensure his death before letting him up? Sadly you show how sick things are in the US.


Why let him up? The intent was to keep Floyd restrained, until EMS arrived. Haven't seen dispatcher logs, but under the impression an ambulance was called, before the knee restraint. Floyd had been resisting, playing games. How Chauvin know it wasn't just another game? Floyd could have just relaxed, went limp, hoping the cops would ease up enough, for him to pull free, and resist some more.



So you're saying he couldn't do something simple like check his pulse? All you do Harvey is make excuses. And we're back to; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3olKpkhH0Q&t=5s


I got the impression, that Floyd wasn't dead, on the ground, with the knee in his neck. EMS was expected on the scene any moment. You have to remember there is a difference between facts, and hype and hysteria used to justify riots. The hype, was that a racist cop, strangled the life out of Floyd. So for, we know it wasn't a choke hold applied, but a knee restraint to the back of the neck. Also appears Floyd died in the ambulance. Get ready for some surprises, when the defense starts it's case.



Just sad Harvey. When George Floyd said he can't breathe, did the former Officer Chauvin consider his health and well being? He didn't.
Placing a knee on a person's neck only causes difficulty in breathing. Why it is used. Yet the former Officer Chauvin showed no concern for the well being of Mr. Floyd.
Since Mr. Floyd was in custody, this IMHO required the former Officer Chauvin to be concerned about his well being which never happened. It is strictly legalese, show no compassion for an individual in custody, then their death is at the hands of the arresting officer or the officers enforcing custody.
And the former Officer Chauvin showed no compassion for his charge.

I think with this we're going back to 1600's England when considering what a charge is and that is the person in charge and is not an accusation levied (like what New Orleans has) against a person. For an American, you really don't understand your own language.
Edited on 08-04-2021 05:27
08-04-2021 06:26
James___
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If you don't get it Harvey, if an officer of the court takes a suspect into custody, they become responsible for that individual. If you take note of my words, they play into countries like Fiji.
If you are not familiar with what has been happening on those islands, please take the time to learn. It is in a way a basis for what you have stated.
With em, I can watch videos like this for entertainment purposes; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3yMSBvAi0M or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjKdNZ1MzgY
Edited on 08-04-2021 06:30
08-04-2021 06:49
James___
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You guys won't get this but Fiji is the New India. India provided the labor for the sugar cane in Fiji.
And now it's India. As for the people of Fiji, it is not their country any more. And people like Harvey say what?

To give you guys a clue, imported labor changes the demographics of a country.
And this readily gets into racism. It is an unavoidable subject.

One Indian regarded the new arrangements as the south Pacific's own version of South Africa's apartheid, and surprisingly the garrulous Mr Speight agreed with him: "It's apartheid. I don't blame him. Perhaps he feels like how the whites feel when, you know, when the Africans want to take over their own country. Get used to it, you know. It's a worldwide phenomenon."

https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/ethnic-indians-face-fijian-style-apartheid-1.292917

Edited on 08-04-2021 07:03
08-04-2021 17:20
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
keepit wrote:
The ER doc that treated Floyd just testified that Floyd died of asphyxia. which then led to cardiac arrest.

This mean he didn't die from heart attack or heart failure or drug intoxication.


Did the doctor guess at why Floyd wasn't getting enough oxygen? And yes, drugs can paralyze the muscles that help you breath...

ER doctor? Not the coroner? Does that mean Floyd was alive, in the ambulance? Maybe one of the EMT screwed up... Reasonable doubt.



You're disgusting. Did the former Officer Chauvin need to ensure his death before letting him up? Sadly you show how sick things are in the US.

No. You are assuming Floyd died of asphyxiation because the news media told you to believe that, and you are justifying arson and pillaging as just.

That's how sick things are in the SOA.


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08-04-2021 17:21
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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HarveyH55 wrote:
James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
keepit wrote:
The ER doc that treated Floyd just testified that Floyd died of asphyxia. which then led to cardiac arrest.

This mean he didn't die from heart attack or heart failure or drug intoxication.


Did the doctor guess at why Floyd wasn't getting enough oxygen? And yes, drugs can paralyze the muscles that help you breath...

ER doctor? Not the coroner? Does that mean Floyd was alive, in the ambulance? Maybe one of the EMT screwed up... Reasonable doubt.



You're disgusting. Did the former Officer Chauvin need to ensure his death before letting him up? Sadly you show how sick things are in the US.


Why let him up? The intent was to keep Floyd restrained, until EMS arrived. Haven't seen dispatcher logs, but under the impression an ambulance was called, before the knee restraint. Floyd had been resisting, playing games. How Chauvin know it wasn't just another game? Floyd could have just relaxed, went limp, hoping the cops would ease up enough, for him to pull free, and resist some more.

Bingo. You have repeated what I've said before. James is asking the same question that has already been answered (RQAA).


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08-04-2021 17:21
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
keepit wrote:
The ER doc that treated Floyd just testified that Floyd died of asphyxia. which then led to cardiac arrest.

This mean he didn't die from heart attack or heart failure or drug intoxication.


Did the doctor guess at why Floyd wasn't getting enough oxygen? And yes, drugs can paralyze the muscles that help you breath...

ER doctor? Not the coroner? Does that mean Floyd was alive, in the ambulance? Maybe one of the EMT screwed up... Reasonable doubt.



You're disgusting. Did the former Officer Chauvin need to ensure his death before letting him up? Sadly you show how sick things are in the US.


Why let him up? The intent was to keep Floyd restrained, until EMS arrived. Haven't seen dispatcher logs, but under the impression an ambulance was called, before the knee restraint. Floyd had been resisting, playing games. How Chauvin know it wasn't just another game? Floyd could have just relaxed, went limp, hoping the cops would ease up enough, for him to pull free, and resist some more.



So you're saying he couldn't do something simple like check his pulse? All you do Harvey is make excuses. And we're back to; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3olKpkhH0Q&t=5s

No. He's busy restraining him.


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08-04-2021 17:26
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
keepit wrote:
The ER doc that treated Floyd just testified that Floyd died of asphyxia. which then led to cardiac arrest.

This mean he didn't die from heart attack or heart failure or drug intoxication.


Did the doctor guess at why Floyd wasn't getting enough oxygen? And yes, drugs can paralyze the muscles that help you breath...

ER doctor? Not the coroner? Does that mean Floyd was alive, in the ambulance? Maybe one of the EMT screwed up... Reasonable doubt.



You're disgusting. Did the former Officer Chauvin need to ensure his death before letting him up? Sadly you show how sick things are in the US.


Why let him up? The intent was to keep Floyd restrained, until EMS arrived. Haven't seen dispatcher logs, but under the impression an ambulance was called, before the knee restraint. Floyd had been resisting, playing games. How Chauvin know it wasn't just another game? Floyd could have just relaxed, went limp, hoping the cops would ease up enough, for him to pull free, and resist some more.



So you're saying he couldn't do something simple like check his pulse? All you do Harvey is make excuses. And we're back to; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3olKpkhH0Q&t=5s


I got the impression, that Floyd wasn't dead, on the ground, with the knee in his neck. EMS was expected on the scene any moment. You have to remember there is a difference between facts, and hype and hysteria used to justify riots. The hype, was that a racist cop, strangled the life out of Floyd. So for, we know it wasn't a choke hold applied, but a knee restraint to the back of the neck. Also appears Floyd died in the ambulance. Get ready for some surprises, when the defense starts it's case.



Just sad Harvey. When George Floyd said he can't breathe, did the former Officer Chauvin consider his health and well being? He didn't.

He did. Floyd was shouting. That means he was breathing.
James___ wrote:
Placing a knee on a person's neck only causes difficulty in breathing. Why it is used.

His knee wasn't on his neck, and no, it doesn't when applied to the back of the neck Denial of basic anatomy.
James___ wrote:
Yet the former Officer Chauvin showed no concern for the well being of Mr. Floyd.

Yes he did. He also showed concern for the public around him.
James___ wrote:
Since Mr. Floyd was in custody, this IMHO required the former Officer Chauvin to be concerned about his well being which never happened.

He did.
James___ wrote:
It is strictly legalese, show no compassion for an individual in custody, then their death is at the hands of the arresting officer or the officers enforcing custody.

Floyd died of a drug overdose, not because of officer actions.
James___ wrote:
And the former Officer Chauvin showed no compassion for his charge.

He did.
James___ wrote:
I think with this we're going back to 1600's England when considering what a charge is and that is the person in charge and is not an accusation levied (like what New Orleans has) against a person. For an American, you really don't understand your own language.

Semantics fallacy.


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08-04-2021 22:01
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It's simple. Just grab a copy of the Physician's Desk Reference (PDR), which is the doctor's bible of happy pills. Look up Fentanyl, and you can read all about the uses, dosages, side-effects, and dire warnings. Floyd was already being asphyxiated, before he had handcuffs on.

The PDR is a handy book to have around, if you are prescribed drugs, and want to know what you are really taking, what you can expect, that the doctor does tell you. Also a good idea to check for recalls, and class-action lawsuits.
08-04-2021 22:18
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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HarveyH55 wrote:
It's simple. Just grab a copy of the Physician's Desk Reference (PDR), which is the doctor's bible of happy pills. Look up Fentanyl, and you can read all about the uses, dosages, side-effects, and dire warnings. Floyd was already being asphyxiated, before he had handcuffs on.

The PDR is a handy book to have around, if you are prescribed drugs, and want to know what you are really taking, what you can expect, that the doctor does tell you. Also a good idea to check for recalls, and class-action lawsuits.


A good description of that reference book...a bible of happy pills!



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