> Hi All
> Floyd's full autopsy is released and guess what,
> as previously presented, we learn more about
> Quote from source...."BREAKING: Full George Floyd
> autopsy reveals his blood concentration of the
> powerful street opioid fentanyl was 4 times the
> level known to cause "fatalities." Floyd also had
> speed & marijuana in system.First arresting
> officer on scene saw "foam" around mouth,asked if
> "on anything""
Rather than listen to Paul Sperry's opinion, I looked for the actual autopsy reports. I found the one done by the coroner's office but can't find the one done by the family. All I can find are statements made by Dr. Michael Baden who supposedly performed a second autopsy for the family.
I'm wondering if Baden based his findings on the coroner's report or if he actually examined the body.
Medican Examiner's autopsy report
Nor can I find details of his transportation after Chauvin released him. I'm wondering where he was taken. Did he die in the police suv and then taken to a hospital? At least one officer on scene was wearing a video cam. There were 2 other adults in the vehicle with Floyd. Floyd was in the driver's seat. I assume all videos will be shown at the trial.
It's amazing the amount of vitriol thrown at you on this subject. I would remind readers that when this goes to trial, the jurors will have to weigh the evidence without emotion. You have, as far as I've seen, presented questions without emotion. Which is exactly what a coroner's report is, evidence without emotion. The jurors will be tasked with weighing evidence. And we haven't seen all of the evidence yet. We are supposed to presume innocence until proven guilty. What tips the scales in this incident is our history of police brutality, specifically against the blacks.
I don't know anything about fentanyl other than it's prescribed for pain. Was Floyd's fentanyl by prescription?
But with the little evidence available to us now, it appears Floyd was in fairly good health. So why would he die immediately after being arrested?