December 19, 2018
Note: I am not attempting to evaluate the moral implications of this article. I am sharing information not reported by the "mainstream media."
Transcript Shows That George Floyd Was Doped Up on Drugs, Resisting Arrest During Police Encounter
(Natural News) Newly released transcripts show that George Floyd was high on narcotics like fentanyl and methamphetamine – and was actively resisting arrest – at the time when Minneapolis police officers approached him.
These transcripts show that Floyd was not only completely incoherent upon being apprehended but had also not been cooperating with the cops. Floyd was complaining about not being able to breathe long before Derek Chauvin placed him on the ground, and we now know that Floyd himself had requested to be on the ground rather than inside the police car.
“We’re here because it sounds like you gave a fake bill to the individuals in there,” one of the officers reportedly told Floyd, according to the transcripts.
“Yeah,” Floyd responded.
“And do you know why we pulled you out of the car? Because you was (sic) not listening to anything we told you,” the same officer stated.
“Right, but I didn’t know what was going on,” Floyd responded back, admitting that he had been resisting law enforcement.
This is right around the time when the dialogue between Floyd and the officers took a turn for the worst, as Floyd began getting belligerent. He was apparently too doped up on meth and fentanyl to understand what was taking place, and upon being handcuffed and put in the police car started complaining about being arrested.
“God, man. I will do anything to get me out,” Floyd reportedly stated. “Why is this going on like this? Look at my wrists, Mr. Officer. I’m not that kind of guy,” he continued to complain.
“Sit still,” the officer then responded back.
“Mr. Officer, I’m not that kind of guy. Please, I’m not that kind of guy, Mr. Officer. Please. God. Please, man. Don’t leave me by myself, man. Please,” Floyd continued.
George Floyd appears to have died from a drug overdose, not a knee to the neck
After offering to roll down the windows in the police cruiser to allay Floyd’s claim that he was claustrophobic, he continued to resist law enforcement by refusing to sit still in the back seat.
“I’ll get on the ground, anything,” Floyd then stated, indicating that he wanted to be removed from the vehicle and placed on the ground.
“I can’t. Hold on. I can’t choke. I can’t breathe, Mr. Officer. Please, please,” Floyd continued to whine while still sitting inside the car, long before being placed on the ground.
“My wrists. My wrists, man. My wrists, man, Please. I can’t… I’ll lay on the ground. I’ll lay on the ground,” Floyd further stated.
At this point, Chauvin took Floyd out of the car and placed it on the ground as requested. Chauvin then told Floyd that he was under arrest, adding, “that’s why you’re going to jail.”
“I can’t breathe for nothing, man, this cold-blooded, man,” Floyd then responded.
“All right, you’re doing a lot of talking,” Chauvin then responded.
Because of Floyd’s repeated complaints about not being able to breathe, Chauvin and the other cops immediately called emergency medical services (EMS) to come assess Floyd. They were concerned that he might be suffering from a panic attack or a negative drug reaction beyond just claustrophobia.
“We’ll hold him until EMS shows up,” Chauvin then stated.
Floyd then began to demand that he be allowed to get up off the ground, but officers responded by telling him to remain calm. They then stated, according to the transcript, that “he’s got to be on something,” referring to Floyd’s erratic and strange behavior.
Not long after this, Floyd died, as the world knows, but not because a knee was on his neck. In truth, Floyd was highly intoxicated and more than likely died of an overdose – though you will be hard-pressed to find this narrative anywhere in the mainstream media.
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W. O. Belfield, Jr.
April 9, 2009
I know you gave a disclaimer note but you must be forming some kind of opinion over exactly what the cops are guilty of, and how the 4 of them may also have a lesser level of charges. Assuming this is all true, or just a slanted narrative of how the events unfolded, this narrative sheds a different light on the 2nd degree murder charge. This opens up a entire new subject that also turns many stops into escalated and avoidable confrontations, that get out of control like this, or result in a panic induced car chase.
Yes Floyd had drugs in his system, I'm not familiar enough to know if the Fentanyl level was enough to just cause a panic attack or enough to begin a death spiral? At the least, he was having a panic attack, not catching his breath, and panicked over knowing he is arrested, fear of extended jail, fear of his personal life just shattered. At what point does the human mind go into a uncontrollable fight or flight mode? Irrational car chases, fueled by this same panic attack, to just resort of what animals do, fight or flight. They either stand ground and fight, or they turn and run like a deer or a horse, 100 miles per hour in traffic, because the panic has taken over their minds. In Floyds case maybe a classic panic attack, not breathing, hyperventilating, heart racing, BP, plus the effects of Fentanyl all combined? I'm just guessing, but this panic mode is seen in arrests all the time, and with some drugs, it takes 5 cops to hold someone down, or they end up tasing or shooting them.
Maybe he could have been calmed down, but they also can not uncuff him. What are suppose to do, when a suspect escalates himself into full blown panic or physical distress from the fear of it all? Floyd thinking, one more arrest and I'm gone for years, passing a counterfeit $20 bill is a federal offense, that could have been a innocent thing not even knowing where it came from or fully known to him. I wonder how many people have had one and never even knew it?
Like I said in the other post, we do not fully know the relationship between Choven and Floyd from the night club, that said there was bad blood between them. Firsst story was they never knew each other. For all we know Choven gave that $20 bill to him and why he had a motive to kill him so that truth wouldn't come out???
We have a lot to hear when the trial comes out, rest assured they are keeping details under wraps until that time. You must have some opinion posting a few articles about this. We may all learn when the details come out, this is not a racist killing, it was maybe just something behind the scene with Choven and Floyd, or just another arrest that escalates from the person being arrested, causing his own death with drugs, panic, and getting caught in a crime.