What We Learn from the New George Floyd Case Document

It is clear that these facts will be fatal to the case against Thomas Lane, as it is difficult NOT to have serious doubts about his “aiding and abetting” a murder when video evidence shows he calls an ambulance and gives CPR to the allegedly murdered person. How do you aid and abet a particular action if you are repeatedly suggesting a different course of action?

What You Need to Know About Elijah McClain’s Death

On November 8, 2019, Elijah McClain died after an encounter with police in Aurora Colorado on August 24, 2019. The District Attorney determined that no crime had been committed, and the case was dropped. But protests came, and even stopped city council meetings, and now in the wake of the post-George-Floyd activism, a special prosecutor…

George Floyd and Police Training To Treat Excited Delirium

This is another piece on the continuing series about George Floyd. This piece looks at police training for people with Excited Delirium. As I have already described in previous posts, and as the Complaints against the officers have demonstrated, the officers responding to the call about George Floyd had already called an ambulance before George…

The George Floyd Series

To centralize the pieces I’ve written on George Floyd, Derek Chauvin, the three other officers involved in the arrest, Excited Delirium, the Medical Examiners’ reports, and anything else that might prove worth writing about, I’ve created this post for a central place to link to each of the issues. Feel free to share this link…

We Now Know the Intoxicants in George Floyd’s System

The Hennepin County Medical Examiner has given a Press Release that updates the complaint’s initial claims and provides information on the toxicology of George Floyd’s system. It can be accessed in full using this link. Cause and Manner of Death The cause of death is described this way: Cause of death: Cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law…