George Floyd had 11 ng/mL of fentanyl in his blood - It can be Lethal at 5 ng/mL - Granite Grok

George Floyd had 11 ng/mL of fentanyl in his blood – It can be Lethal at 5 ng/mL

George Floyd - Shrine for a career criminal

At the time of his arrest, career criminal George Floyd had a significant amount of Fentanyl in his blood. Newly leaked bodycam footage shows disturbing details. He couldn’t breathe long before he ended up on the asphalt.

Related: Candace Owens – I Do Not Support George Floyd as a Martyr for Black America

Pretty much everyone who watches the famous video thinks he sees Floyd dying on account of a police officer kneeling on his neck. But Floyd’s autopsy found no evidence of physical trauma in the neck area, and documented no other signs of death by asphyxiation. It may be that what we are actually seeing in the video is one of tens of thousands of deaths due to opioid overdose. Or it may be that Floyd died later, on the way to a hospital.

The COVID19 mess might not be the only act of fraud recently perpetrated on the American Public. Not that this would change what likely happens if the evidence and a jury clear former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin of wrongdoing.

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