I have no interest in speculating on that aspect. Not avoiding the question, just don't have any basis for which to offer an opinion. I believe Floyd died of an overdose that was accelerated by fighting with law enforcement.Abatjour » Today, 10:56 am » wrote: ↑
You posted many remarks here over, pages, where you were not qualified to answer that question nor to make that statement. But you did anyway. Because you enjoy the beautiful exchange of ideas. So again, please don't be coy and just admit if you do not want to- or you do not have courage to- answer my 2 questions I posed to you.
I reiterate that you have many, many answers to questions here and statements here where you cared not for waiting on defense to call an expert. Why do my questions cause you to not want to extend your opinion? When you have had no problem do so for many pages here. tsk tsk. Don't let me find out that You're starting to appear like @Cannonpointer when you get spooked/seeing me coming after your Chauvin pompoms. LOL
but really ... Stay keen too, good friend. So you avoid appearing very, conniving and lowdown, just like a certain cop who's on trial this week.
What do you call blm agitators saying if Chauvin isn't convicted there will be violence? Sounds like jury intimidation to me. It's bad enough we know they are looking for an excuse. To say there will be violence if there is no conviction rises to a level of jury intimidation.
The only verdict the jury can return that wouldn't be questionable resulting from jury intimidation committed by certain blm activists is not guilty. Not saying they couldn't arrive at a guilty verdict without pressure, but we will never KNOW as the very credible threats have been made.
Killed? No. Forced into compliance with escalating levels of force? Yes. Minimal force was used on Mr Floyd. They could have tased him. Hopefully grabbing the right tool from their belts unlike the latest victim of MN police incompetence.solon » Today, 2:37 pm » wrote: ↑
NO he was NOT being violent not DOING what a cop tells you is NOT by itself violence not COMPLYING is NOT violence YOU are lying and it is ALL ON VICEO there was no VIOLENCE . Chavin is NOT JUSTIFIED in murdering him because he doesnt think he was compliant envough and AGAIN this is the ARGUMENT of racists who are saying that when blacks are NOT complaint they should be killed to keep them in their place
I know THIS about my place I would be twice as smart as you are AFTER a lobotomy and you know it
One of my favorites. It triggers progressives today almost as badly as it did on release. In predictable fashion liberals tried to have it banned and successfully canceled the director. Don't like the message? Silence the messenger. The left are becoming the totalitarian fascists that the hillbillies have been training for. Popping popcorn.solon » Today, 1:59 pm » wrote: ↑
Mindless sheep with the IQs of dustbunnies
Democrats turned a Chinese biological weapon attack into a campaign strategy. Inflating death rates and even putting senior citizens into close contact with covid19 patients to up the death toll. **** traitors.
Gee I wonder????
Threatening a jury with violence isn't exactly the American way.
You- posting data that shows the top 4 states in deaths per capita were democrat run and Florida finished in the middle of the pack at #28 without lockdowns. You raped yourself.
We counted suicides among the covid19 dead. That fact alone proves we inflated numbers for political reasons.Blackvegetable » Today, 8:16 am » wrote: ↑
Death rate IS NOT the relevant metric, given variables such as demographics and concentration.
But what started as a health emergency concentrated in travelers, urban minority communities, and other crowded places (such as nursing homes and prisons) fanned out into rural areas of the country, leading to a surge in deaths among white people, too.
In the deaths, we saw how an “infectious disease became a universal issue,” said Boston University School of Public Health dean Sandro Galea. The extraordinary loss of life was also preventable, said Virginia Commonwealth University’s Steven Woolf, and a grim marker of “how poorly the US handled the pandemic.”
https://www.vox.com/22252693/covid-19-d ... s-who-died
Rare breed death cult stupid.
Biden- Making the flu the flu again.Phoenix68.2.0 » 08 Apr 2021, 10:37 am » wrote: ↑renewed confidence among investors that the economic recovery is gaining pace.
.The S&P 500 has gained 7% since the start of 2021, although the Nasdaq is about 5% below its peak in February.
.President Biden's mega rebuilding package - which follows the passage of a $1.9tn stimulus - has stirred more enthusiasm among investors.
."Investors greeted optimistically President Biden's infrastructure plan," brokerage TD Securities wrote in a note to clients.
.A key measure of U.S. manufacturing activity also soared to its highest level in more than 37 years in March, a strong sign that a rebound is underway.
.The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) said its index of national factory activity jumped to a reading of 64.7 last month from 60.8 in February.
.A reading above 50 indicates expansion in manufacturing, which accounts for 12% of the US economy."
****. Poverty certainly increases theft and property crime. Violent crime in the black community is directly related to a culture that celebrates criminality and disdains education as selling out one's race. It isn't crackers promoting these prerogatives. They are useful tools, just like the ever shrinking pool of white supremacists, employed to divide the people.solon » Yesterday, 3:20 pm » wrote: ↑
I was an outcast in school so several of my best friends were homosexual. Never an issue. I was supportive of gays long before it was trendy. I have been personally attacked outside a gay bar for being mistaken as a homosexual. Unfortunately this *** knew martial arts and removed a few teeth and a kneecap from these bullies.Blutarski » 09 Apr 2021, 2:31 pm » wrote: ↑
Seriously I never had any issues with GAYS until the [[[GLOBALIST SOCIAL ENGINEERS]]] created and mass marketed the highly politicized LGBTQ thing in order to broaden their class of SPECIALLY PRIVILEGED VICTIMS OF SOCIETY.
The Gays I served with were mostly in the SUPPLY MOS and they did these tedious jobs that required meticulous attention to detail very well.
The Gays were NEVER ANY TROUBLE and they served their country with virtually NO DRAMA until the rat faced, beady eyed [[[GLOBALIST SOCIAL ENGINEERS]]] convinced them that there was special privileges in store for them if they played the VICTIMOLOGY CARD.
I consider you pretty logical and level headed. It's amazing how two reasonable and intelligent people can see this case so differently. I am sure I have my blind spots as well but, it seems from any unbiased look at this case, that Mr Floyd had a life long struggle with addiction to some very deadly drugs. That shortly before he died he was suffering an overdose when he was dealing with law enforcement. That he died as a result of not getting immediate treatment for the overdose.RollingRock » 09 Apr 2021, 1:45 pm » wrote: ↑
All admitted it would have been ruled an overdose based on the toxicology had he been found dead in the streets. All admitted the knee wasn't on the neck the whole time, perhaps not even part of the time. All said positional asphyxia, not choked to death by a knee. This is without a single defense witness being called.solon » 10 Apr 2021, 2:26 pm » wrote: ↑
Trump left a vacuum in the poor guy. It's Cannonpointer or truckstop glory holes.
They do seem to be missing that every expert has capitulated on cross that it could have been an overdose. The very definition of reasonable doubt.FOS » 10 Apr 2021, 8:51 am » wrote: ↑