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As if we really needed further evidence that this is a troll account. Not sure how anyone can excuse or defend the actions of the ex police officer.

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Everyone dies of cardiopulmonary (or cardiorespiratory in thsee parts of the world) arrest.

When somebody chokes you by putting their knee on your neck you eventually stop breathing. When you've stopped breathing long enough, your heart stops and you die.

People seem to think that only one thing goes on a death certificate. There is room for several things but it always ends in cardiorespiratory arrest.
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Botman wrote: April 21, 2021, 6:51 pm I personally don’t understand how any reasonable person could look at the footage and conclude anything but this was an arrogant man in power who had no regard for the life of the man he was kneeling on.
Modern, civilised justice systems tend to rely on more than grainy mobile footage before condemning people to lengthy prison sentences. Imagine how much time and money that could be saved if they asked a few youtubers what their verdict was? Probably a lot, but many innocent people would go to prison.

If you judged by the video alone, then we would conclude that Floyd suffocated to the death at the hands (or knees) of Chauvin and his colleagues. However we know that Floyd did not suffocate. We also know that he had a criminal history, resisted arrest, that he had 3x the lethal dose of Fentanyl in his system and that he had advanced heart disease and hypotension.

A reasonable person wouldn’t conclude anything based on grainy, youtube footage. They would wait to see all of the evidence, and hear arguments from both sides, void of external social and political pressures, before making an educated decision in regards to that person’s guilt or innocence.
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gangrenous wrote: April 21, 2021, 7:32 pm Not when the suspect has no pulse. My understanding is he remained beyond that point.

Yes he did. He should’ve placed Floyd into the recovery position and began CPR. But he should’ve rendered medical assistance to save his safe. That he did nothing shows complete callousness and disregard for life. I didn’t buy the defences argument that the crowd was a factor in not rendering CPR, they were pleading for his life not threatening violence. But this plays more into the manslaughter charge than murder.
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rayden83 wrote: April 21, 2021, 9:39 pm
Botman wrote: April 21, 2021, 6:51 pm I personally don’t understand how any reasonable person could look at the footage and conclude anything but this was an arrogant man in power who had no regard for the life of the man he was kneeling on.
Modern, civilised justice systems tend to rely on more than grainy mobile footage before condemning people to lengthy prison sentences. Imagine how much time and money that could be saved if they asked a few youtubers what their verdict was? Probably a lot, but many innocent people would go to prison.

If you judged by the video alone, then we would conclude that Floyd suffocated to the death at the hands (or knees) of Chauvin and his colleagues. However we know that Floyd did not suffocate. We also know that he had a criminal history, resisted arrest, that he had 3x the lethal dose of Fentanyl in his system and that he had advanced heart disease and hypotension.

A reasonable person wouldn’t conclude anything based on grainy, youtube footage. They would wait to see all of the evidence, and hear arguments from both sides, void of external social and political pressures, before making an educated decision in regards to that person’s guilt or innocence.
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Dr Zaius wrote: April 21, 2021, 9:21 pm Everyone dies of cardiopulmonary (or cardiorespiratory in thsee parts of the world) arrest.

When somebody chokes you by putting their knee on your neck you eventually stop breathing. When you've stopped breathing long enough, your heart stops and you die.

People seem to think that only one thing goes on a death certificate. There is room for several things but it always ends in cardiorespiratory arrest.

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admittedly i only know this because my wife is a doctor... but i can walk up, kidnap Rayden, waterboard him and at some point he will die of cardiorespiratory arrest... it does not in any law im aware of, mitigate my culpability. If my unlawful actons put you in such a situation that it causes such stress on the body and respratory system that it results in a fatal heart attack, i am responsible.

In this case, the argument on the official autospy and what has been testified is that the primary cause of death (which may technically be a heart attack) was that the officers actions were the primary reason for death
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rayden83 wrote: April 21, 2021, 9:46 pm
gangrenous wrote: April 21, 2021, 7:32 pm Not when the suspect has no pulse. My understanding is he remained beyond that point.

Yes he did. He should’ve placed Floyd into the recovery position and began CPR. But he should’ve rendered medical assistance to save his safe. That he did nothing shows complete callousness and disregard for life. I didn’t buy the defences argument that the crowd was a factor in not rendering CPR, they were pleading for his life not threatening violence. But this plays more into the manslaughter charge than murder.
Please read the posts above about what burden and what goes into the second degree murder charge which he was found guilty of.

You yourself in this very post concede he showed a "callousness and disregard for life"
ON that basis, he is guilty of murder in the 2nd degree. Because once you concede there was a callousness and disregard for life, you concede he was acting outside his role as a police officer and was unlawful in his actions, and thus his actions were a crime... and he killed a man whilst committing a crime. Which is the defintion of the charge of murder in the 2nd degree for which, you yourself have unwittingly found him guilty of.

Maybe hang off on applying as his lawyer on appeal.
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Botman wrote: April 21, 2021, 10:09 pm
rayden83 wrote: April 21, 2021, 9:46 pm
gangrenous wrote: April 21, 2021, 7:32 pm Not when the suspect has no pulse. My understanding is he remained beyond that point.

Yes he did. He should’ve placed Floyd into the recovery position and began CPR. But he should’ve rendered medical assistance to save his safe. That he did nothing shows complete callousness and disregard for life. I didn’t buy the defences argument that the crowd was a factor in not rendering CPR, they were pleading for his life not threatening violence. But this plays more into the manslaughter charge than murder.
Please read the posts above about what burden and what goes into the second degree murder charge which he was found guilty of.

You yourself in this very post concede he showed a "callousness and disregard for life"
ON that basis, he is guilty of murder in the 2nd degree. Because once you concede there was a callousness and disregard for life, you concede he was acting outside his role as a police officer and was unlawful in his actions, and thus his actions were a crime... and he killed a man whilst committing a crime. Which is the defintion of the charge of murder in the 2nd degree for which, you yourself have unwittingly found him guilty of.

Maybe hang off on applying as his lawyer on appeal.
Hahahaa, "unwittingly". :lol:

Those are not the conditions for murder in the 2nd degree. The conditions are unintentionally killing someone in the act of committing a crime. In this case the alleged crime was felony assault, the act of unlawfully handcuffing and restraining Floyd in the prone position, ​not failing to render assistance to a dying man which falls under manslaughter (for which he was also convicted).
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I’m interested in what could possibly be the motivation for rayden to set himself up as the antagonist in this discussion.

Strikes me as a real “All Lives Matter” kindof guy.
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A "heart attack" is a non medical term for acute myocardial infarction. Going solely off posts in this thread, there is no mention of acute myocardial infarction. He didn't have a heart attack. He arrested because he was asphyxiated.
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The Nickman wrote: April 22, 2021, 5:31 am I’m interested in what could possibly be the motivation for rayden to set himself up as the antagonist in this discussion.

Strikes me as a real “All Lives Matter” kindof guy.
Oh very much so. You know the deal here
The guy basically just made the prosecutions case for them and still wants to argue the toss about reasonable doubt, even though he has no idea about the full scope of the case presented to the jury

This guy would have been weeded out very quickly on jury selection 😂
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Botman wrote: April 22, 2021, 8:04 am
The Nickman wrote: April 22, 2021, 5:31 am I’m interested in what could possibly be the motivation for rayden to set himself up as the antagonist in this discussion.

Strikes me as a real “All Lives Matter” kindof guy.
Oh very much so. You know the deal here
The guy basically just made the prosecutions case for them and still wants to argue the toss about reasonable doubt, even though he has no idea about the full scope of the case presented to the jury

This guy would have been weeded out very quickly on jury selection 😂
Yeah, I know the type... probably a real #NotAllMen sort of bloke too.
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I KNEW after seeing the verdict this was going to end up here. Anytime I think no one's going to make their dissenting opinion known because it's just so bizarre you can find it on theGH :lol:
At least it keeps things interesting.
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zim wrote: April 22, 2021, 12:15 pm I KNEW after seeing the verdict this was going to end up here. Anytime I think no one's going to make their dissenting opinion known because it's just so bizarre you can find it on theGH :lol:
At least it keeps things interesting.
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Within the month, Biden will be thrown out of office and Trump will be rightfully reinstated. You'll see. YOU'LL ALL SEE! :lol:

Wonder how Qanon is going these days...
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Sterlk wrote: April 22, 2021, 8:42 pm Within the month, Biden will be thrown out of office and Trump will be rightfully reinstated. You'll see. YOU'LL ALL SEE! :lol:

Wonder how Qanon is going these days...
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****. Derek Chauvin apologists are 100% the same kinds of people who claim that all Covid deaths aren’t really Covid deaths because of the existence co morbitities.

It may be reductionist and it isn’t a universally applied principle, but the “but for” principle is often very useful in determining liability.

Would Floyd have spontaneously died from all the issues plaguing him which apparently caused his death independently of the 100kg cop crushing his neck for 10 minutes?

Of **** course not.

Similarly if I got Covid and died tomorrow, Covid deniers would argue that my extremely mild ocasional exercise induced asthma was the cause of my death, not Covid; and imply that I was destined to kick the bucket tomorrow in any case.

Absolute bunkum, contrarian nonsense.
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rayden83 wrote: April 21, 2021, 9:39 pm
If you judged by the video alone, then we would conclude that Floyd suffocated to the death at the hands (or knees) of Chauvin and his colleagues. However we know that Floyd did not suffocate. We also know that he had a criminal history, resisted arrest, that he had 3x the lethal dose of Fentanyl in his system and that he had advanced heart disease and hypotension.
But he didn't. It's just not true.

He was measured as having sufficient Fentanyl in his system to have a mildly anesthetic effect. The trial transcript cannot be clearer - all the medical experts agreed that his drug use did not cause his death, and that it was at most a mildly contributive factor.

To use their exact words "There was no medical reason that George Floyd died that day"
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From the reporting the defence tried arguing he might have died due to the carbon monoxide from the tailpipe?

Ummm... what kind of argument is that? His head is still pinned near the tailpipe because he’s being knelt on. Even if it were right - he’s still guilty. That’s the stupidest **** excuse I ever heard.
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gangrenous wrote:From the reporting the defence tried arguing he might have died due to the carbon monoxide from the tailpipe?

Ummm... what kind of argument is that? His head is still pinned near the tailpipe because he’s being knelt on. Even if it were right - he’s still guilty. That’s the stupidest **** excuse I ever heard.
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gangrenous wrote: April 24, 2021, 11:34 am From the reporting the defence tried arguing he might have died due to the carbon monoxide from the tailpipe?

Ummm... what kind of argument is that? His head is still pinned near the tailpipe because he’s being knelt on. Even if it were right - he’s still guilty. That’s the stupidest **** excuse I ever heard.
Yeah I heard that also. So the guy can hardly breathe because he has a knee to neck, and what limited breathing capacity he does have, is being used breathing in Carbon Monoxide.
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This rayden83 bloke is a real character. I never have a real idea what his argument actually is, but he is passionate about it nonetheless. I respect that.
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