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3 minutes ago, jerra- said:

 

blacks are more ready to riot when one of them get killed. the police officers knew this would happen, so yell at them, not me.

So what you're saying is, whites are less primitive & are more likely to let the law run it's course, as opposed to using a death as an excuse to loot & destroy, correct?

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29 minutes ago, AnotherJim said:

So what you're saying is, whites are less primitive & are more likely to let the law run it's course, as opposed to using a death as an excuse to loot & destroy, correct?

 

whites don't see it as racial injustice. the police in minnesota must have been jealous of all the attention fergarson mo got.

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27 minutes ago, BeAChooser said:

 

LIAR.    What was the cause of death, jerra-?

 

 

 

CNN)Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo says the death of George Floyd was "murder" and that the officer who was seen pressing his knee into Floyd's neck "knew what he was doing" because he had taken specific training on preventing "positional asphyxiation," or suffocation.

 
"Mr. George Floyd's tragic death was not due to a lack of training -- the training was there. Chauvin knew what he was doing," Arradondo said in a statement.
"The officers knew what was happening -- one intentionally caused it and the others failed to prevent it. This was murder -- it wasn't a lack of training," Arradondo said.
 
 
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43 minutes ago, BeAChooser said:

 

LIAR.    What was the cause of death, jerra-?

 

 

The night Floyd died in police custody, Minneapolis police held a press conference and described his death, which has since been deemed a homicide, as a "medical incident."

 

- John Elder, Minneapolis police spokesman | KSTP-TV- John Elder, Minneapolis police spokesman | KSTP-TV

 

That narrative was shattered within hours after cellphone video  surfaced showing an officer kneeling on Floyd's neck for nearly eight minutes as witnesses pleaded for  someone to check his pulse.

It is still unclear why the original description of Floyd's death was so radically different from what was later revealed in that video.

 

 

 

 

 

https://kstp.com/news/justifying-the-force-initial-description-of-george-floyds-death-fits-larger-pattern-at-minneapolis-police-department/5801211/

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1 hour ago, AnotherJim said:

So what you're saying is, whites are less primitive & are more likely to let the law run it's course, as opposed to using a death as an excuse to loot & destroy, correct?

 

this is kind of funny since you support a president who doesn't believe in the right to free speech and doesn't want football players to voice their support against police brutality.

 

I always knew trump was unamerican and hated america. now it has been proven to me.

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1 hour ago, jerra- said:

 

 

 

CNN)Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo says the death of George Floyd was "murder" and that the officer who was seen pressing his knee into Floyd's neck "knew what he was doing" because he had taken specific training on preventing "positional asphyxiation," or suffocation.

 
"Mr. George Floyd's tragic death was not due to a lack of training -- the training was there. Chauvin knew what he was doing," Arradondo said in a statement.
"The officers knew what was happening -- one intentionally caused it and the others failed to prevent it. This was murder -- it wasn't a lack of training," Arradondo said.
 
 

That's the police chief's opinion...what did the autopsy state?

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40 minutes ago, ROG62 said:

That's the police chief's opinion...what did the autopsy state?

 

 

it wasn't his opinion, it was a fact! don't you think if there was a chance it wasn't murder he would have said so?? 

 

his a-- is on the line too.

 

 

 

Baden also said that he could find no underlying conditions that contributed to Floyd's death, saying he was in good health. In a criminal complaint, Hennepin County prosecutors said Chauvin "had his knee on Mr. Floyd's neck for eight minutes and 46 seconds. Two minutes and 53 seconds of this was after Mr. Floyd was "non-responsive." Crump said Floyd's death was the result of that sustained pressure to his neck and the pressure on Floyd's back from other officers holding him down

 

 

 

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/george-floyd-death-autopsies-homicide-axphyxiation-details/

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9 minutes ago, jerra- said:

 

 

it wasn't his opinion, it was a fact! don't you think if there was a chance it wasn't murder he would have said so?? 

 

his a-- is on the line too.

 

 

 

Baden also said that he could find no underlying conditions that contributed to Floyd's death, saying he was in good health. In a criminal complaint, Hennepin County prosecutors said Chauvin "had his knee on Mr. Floyd's neck for eight minutes and 46 seconds. Two minutes and 53 seconds of this was after Mr. Floyd was "non-responsive." Crump said Floyd's death was the result of that sustained pressure to his neck and the pressure on Floyd's back from other officers holding him down

 

 

 

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/george-floyd-death-autopsies-homicide-axphyxiation-details/

Arradondo's statement came the same day of Floyd's death...the autopsy took days to complete...

 

btw, I live an hour NW of Mpls...he was on LOCAL news...

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4 hours ago, jerra- said:

 

i am not doing a thing but you voice your support on the cop who killed floyd which started this whole mess.

 

it is really all on the republicans who feel the police have the right to kill anyone they want.

  IF Floyd was NOT a career criminal, he  would not have been in the position he was in to begin with.

  When you are a career criminal, you run that risk.  ............... Sorry.

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2 hours ago, jerra- said:

 

whites don't see it as racial injustice. the police in minnesota must have been jealous of all the attention fergarson mo got.

 Ferguson was another criminal, being shot.  In self-defense, of course.

  Why are the BLM "heros"  criminals?  It started with that criminal Trayvon Martin.

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4 hours ago, jerra- said:

 

i am not doing a thing but you voice your support on the cop who killed floyd which started this whole mess.

 

it is really all on the republicans who feel the police have the right to kill anyone they want.

  Naa, Just the career-criminals, of ANY color.   IF they were NOT a career-criminal, they would have a better chance of surviving life.

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30 minutes ago, ROG62 said:

Arradondo's statement came the same day of Floyd's death...the autopsy took days to complete...

 

btw, I live an hour NW of Mpls...he was on LOCAL news...

 

so there you go, the police chief knew right away it was murder.

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1 hour ago, jerra- said:

 

this is kind of funny since you support a president who doesn't believe in the right to free speech and doesn't want football players to voice their support against police brutality.

 

I always knew trump was unamerican and hated america. now it has been proven to me.

😆You actually believe that shit?

 

ps

NFL SUUUUCKS. Spoiled attention whores. Fuck their "voice".

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20 minutes ago, bgr39 said:

 Ferguson was another criminal, being shot.  In self-defense, of course.

  Why are the BLM "heros"  criminals?  It started with that criminal Trayvon Martin.

Because non-criminals have nothing to be afraid of, they don't resist and they certainly don't run...

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17 minutes ago, deezer shoove said:

 

Even blacks don't like niggers.

That's why black people hate being called nigger.

That's right, my stepfather told me that once, he said "there's blacks who are decent people, and then there's niggers!"

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20 minutes ago, jerra- said:

 

so there you go, the police chief knew right away it was murder.

NO, police spokesperson protocol is to NOT make statements based on speculation prior to all investigations being completed...

are you that daft? Why do you think prosecuting  attorneys never comment...like Arradondo, one mistake in speaking and the case can get dismissed...

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22 minutes ago, deezer shoove said:

😆You actually believe that shit?

 

ps

NFL SUUUUCKS. Spoiled attention whores. Fuck their "voice".

How come no one ever brings up black privilege in collegiate and pro sports? Inquiring minds want to know...

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3 hours ago, jerra- said:

CNN)Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo says the death of George Floyd was "murder" and that the officer who was seen pressing his knee into Floyd's neck "knew what he was doing" because he had taken specific training on preventing "positional asphyxiation," or suffocation.

 

So you're claiming Floyd died of suffocation?   And why do you think that?   The coroners report didn't say that.   Do you believe that simply because he said *I can't breath*?

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2 hours ago, jerra- said:

it wasn't his opinion, it was a fact!

 

No, it was his OPINION.

 

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Crump said Floyd's death was the result of that sustained pressure to his neck and the pressure on Floyd's back from other officers holding him down


Crump?   LOL!  He's that shyster lawyer who was involved in the Trayvon Martin garbage.     He should have been disbarred for what he did in that case.   And he's the family's lawyer so he'd say this no matter what because that's how he and they are trying to get money out of the city. 

 

And again, jerra-, on what basis do you say he was suffocated?   The coroner's report doesn't say that.  So is it because he said he couldn't breath?

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2 hours ago, ROG62 said:

NO, police spokesperson protocol is to NOT make statements based on speculation prior to all investigations being completed...

are you that daft? Why do you think prosecuting  attorneys never comment...like Arradondo, one mistake in speaking and the case can get dismissed...

 

take it with the police chief

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