The presstitutes’ story is that George Floyd died from asphyxiation—“I can’t breathe”—from a police officer’s knee on his neck. This story is not supported by the autopsy and toxicology reports.
The autopsy report says Floyd died of a heart attack and that no life-threatening injuries were inflicted by police restraint. The medical examiner found no physical evidence to “support a diagnosis of traumatic asphyxia or strangulation.” The toxicology report says that the concentration of Fentanyl in Floyd’s blood was more than three times the fatal dose. Fentanyl is a dangerous opioid. Reports that the coroner ruled Floyd’s death a homicide are incorrect. The word “homicide” does not appear in the report.
As for Floyd’s neck, the autopsy report states there are “no areas of contusion or hemorrhage . . . The cervical spinal column is palpably stable and free of hemorrhage.”
Excited Delirium Syndrome (EXD) typically results from fatal drug overdose. The condition results in breathing problems and cardiopulmonary arrest. These were the symptoms that Floyd showed.
John-Paul Leonard provides an analysis here.
Did you hear about this in the news? No, of course not. And neither did billionaire Chick-Fil-A owner Dan Cathy. Cathy assumed responsibility for white racism by humbling himself on his knee and polishing the shoes of a black rapper.
Whether this was a well-scripted public relations move to save Chick-Fil-A fast food restaurants from being burned down or a genuine act of self-deprecation by an uninformed Christian is beside the point. What Cathy, celebrities, and public authorities have done by assuming white responsibility for the rioting and looting is to hand blacks carte blanche. Violence and theft are now justified responses to alleged white racism.
Corporations are racing to atone for white racism by removing black images from food packaging. Suddenly long established famous brand names such as Aunt Jemima’s pancake mix, Uncle Ben’s rice, the black chef on the Cream of Wheat package, and Eskimo Pie, have become signs of “systemic racism.”
It seems to me that the real racism is removing pictures of black people fro
Article from LewRockwell