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Far-left pressure in George Floyd case may have influenced trial despite lack of strangulation evidence: court documents

  • The recent court case in Hennepin County, Minnesota concluded that former police officer Derek Chauvin did not murder George Floyd by kneeling on his neck, as previously believed. Instead, Floyd's death was attributed to natural causes, including decades of drug use and a fatal concentration of fentanyl in his system.
  • The initial narrative surrounding George Floyd's death, endorsed by the mainstream media, sparked nationwide protests, racial discourse, and movements like Black Lives Matter. It is suggested that the glorification of figures like Floyd perpetuates a stereotype of blacks reliant on the system, potentially serving the Democratic Party's socio-political control.
  • The lawsuit and sworn deposition in the court case revealed that the true cause of Floyd's death was misrepresented and withheld by the medical examiner, Dr. Andrew Baker. These revelations question the credibility of the initial narrative and the manipulation of public perception.
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