What do you think? Maybe the charges should be dropped against Chauvin so he can sue Floyd’s family for injuring his knee....You are a real hoot.90 pounds???? Where did that number come from?. There is no way of knowing how much pressure chauvin was applying with knee but the autopsy is saying it could not have been very much since there was no sign of neck injury.
This is like a splitting hairs argument. If I sat on your arms or otherwise restrained them..then put two fingers in your nostrils and my hand over your mouth..If his neck doesn't have perimortem bruising that would contribute to Chauvin's defense or if there is then he's really sunk. The man who was compressing Floyd's chest with his weight will also be in deep trouble. Chauvin could even use him to offset his own blame in the killing.
I think I see Chauvin's weight balanced on Floyd's neck. Can you imagine what 90 lbs of a full grown man's weight on your neck would do to you in the moment? Say even 45 lbs? Get a 40 lbs bag of salt and rest i across your neck. Think of the damage an autopsy should find.
You're probably right. Zimmerman was found NG but that was 7 years ago. Michael Drejka (florida stand your ground) was convicted last year and it looks like the Macmichaels are doomed too. The defense attorneys for chauvin wll be scared to defend their client and the judge will be scared too.You all understand that, at this point, NONE of the evidence matters, right? The MOB has spoken. They will all be convicted and hung out to dry to mollify the Black community. (For a while)
Chauvin should sue the city for false imprisonment. This case has been weak from the start and it's getting weaker every day,What do you think? Maybe the charges should be dropped against Chauvin so he can sue Floyd’s family for injuring his knee....You are a real hoot.
Have you ever had a counterfeit bill in your possession? Some are good enough to pass inspection. You wouldn't know. Did he have more than one? Can you show he was passing bad bills? Can you prove he knew?Well of course that's true. And if floyd had not used counterfeit money, he'd still be alive too.
How humorless can this board get.odd. some tangent?
Your murderer would be an accomplished assassin.i meant what if you didnt have blood shot eyes?
pretty humorless.. here you are parsing the dilation of a victims eyes... because.. you know... we need that humor..How humorless can this board get.
Your murderer would be an accomplished assassin.
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