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Even those Swedes that broke up a Subway fight had the guy claiming that he couldn't breath...

Although, they didn't have their knees on his neck.

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I said that the evidence we've seen is damning



As I've said, you've already determined that he needs to be executed or at least sent to prison for life for protecting his community.

A knee to the neck is a standard method of police to subdue a suspect. Especially a large suspect that is physically much bigger than they (the officer) is. Officers often are expected to take down much bigger suspects. They are trained to use non-lethal force. That's why they lift weights so much.

A knee to the neck of a hand-cuffed suspect is taught to law enforcement officers as a non-lethal means to subdue a perp. What exactly did this officer do wrong, besides crossing the politically correct?

A theory of the law is the egg-shell victim. Do you commit a crime or tort if you do something to someone that wouldn't harm a normal person, but the person dies because they have a certain weakness? Generally speaking, you're liable in the eyes of twisted law, so god help you if you're a youth that gets in a fight and accidentally kills someone.

I'm sure the officer is anguished over this death. People like you will send him to his maker.
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I said that the evidence we've seen is damning



As I've said, you've already determined that he needs to be executed or at least sent to prison for life for protecting his community.



Stop putting words in my mouth. I didn't say he's guilty, I didn't say he should be executed. I said the evidence we've seen so far is damning, and I expect more to be provided before a trial is finished.

I'm sure you're convinced that Biden is guilty of some crime or another, and he hasn't been convicted. Innocent until proven guilty doesn't mean that we're supposed to ignore the publicly available evidence.

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Is a knee to the neck a standard method of police to subdue a suspect?
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Is a knee to the neck a standard method of police to subdue a suspect?



Not a cop, don't know. I assume the appropriate procedures will come up during the trial. That is part of why I'm not willing to say that he's guilty.

In case you forgot, I thought that Zimmerman was a real piece of !@#$ who shouldn't have pursued an innocent kid... but I also agreed that his defense created enough reasonable doubt to justify his not guilty verdict. I have my personal opinions, but I also feel very strongly about due process.

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Hennepin county coroner determines cause of death homocide

https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2020/06/01/george-floyd-protests-live-updates/?p9w22b2p=b2p22p9w00098&tid=a_classic-iphone&no_nav=true

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“The official report says George Floyd’s death was a homicide resulting from being restrained. The cause of death is cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdual, restraint & neck compression. He died of cardiac arrest while being restrained by law enforcement officers.”



Well, that's just political. He had a heart attack caused by being arrested.

Let's see what the toxicology report shows.
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Who’s volunteering to be handcuffed with the weight of a 180 pound man applied to your neck?

Anybody?
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Not me! I trust the Law!

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The guys who volunteer are called criminals, like the now dead Floyd.

The coroner didn't contradict the preliminary finding that there were no signs of asphyxiation or strangulation.

All he did was list neck compression last in his list of causes.

Since he didn't dispute the preliminary findings, without contradicting that preliminary finding, all that notation of neck compression is, is him recognizing the politics of this.


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