George Floyd Autopsy Muddies The Water…Was There Another Factor In His Death?

(Tea Party PAC) – Things just got a whole lot messier in the case of George Floyd’s death.

As if things weren’t chaotic enough already.

A preliminary autopsy report from the Hennepin County Medical Examiner suggest that Floyd’s death wasn’t the result of him being unable to breath, but rather a combination of police restraint, intoxication, and a heart condition.

However, Floyd’s family does not believe the report and has hired the same celebrity pathologist who poured cold water on findings from the Manhattan Medical Examiner’s Office that pedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein killed himself.

“The autopsy revealed no physical findings that support a diagnosis of traumatic asphyxia or strangulation,” the charging document reportedly states.

This document was used to arrest now-fired Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.

“Mr. Floyd had underlying health conditions including coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease. The combined effects of Mr. Floyd being restrained by the police, his underlying health conditions and any potential intoxicants in his system likely contributed to his death.”

These findings are incredibly important as they make it far less likely that prosecutors would convict Chauvin for first- or second-degree murder.

This is why he was charged with third-degree murder, to ensure that he is, indeed, convicted for his still reprehensible actions.

Nonetheless, Floyd’s family has hired Dr. Michael Baden, a renowned forensic pathologist.

“We’ve just spoken recently with the district attorney,” family attorney Ben Crump reportedly said at a press conference Friday, according to Biz Pac Review. “We’re going to take custody back of his body, and we’re bringing in Dr. Michael Baden to perform an independent autopsy.”

He added, “The family does not trust anything coming from the Minneapolis Police Department. How can they?”


  1. My previous detailed suggestion on the possible cause of death has not been printed. Again, I think he may have suffered brain ischemia from pressure on the carotid artery and/or from pressure on the carotid body ganglionic pressure organ which would cause a drop in heart rate and blood pressure resulting in decreased blood flow to the brain. Look it up. Gentle massage of this pressure organ can reverse tachyarrhythmias like SVT. Any 3rd year medical student knows about this. Mr. Floyd was speaking, so he could breathe. His brain thought he couldn’t breathe due to lack of oxygen. I have witnessed this reaction in acute stroke patients. Please print this.
    I can’t believe other MD’s haven’t commented on this.

  2. What we see is atrocious. There’s no excuse for it. But, I would like to see the entire video again. Saw it once only last week then it was pulled…… seeing the policeman actually going up to his car. Why was it pulled? Peaceful protests are deserved. Rioting and looting aren’t.

  3. Any 3rd year medical student knows this: There is a pressure receptor at the bifurcation of the common carotid artery below the angle of the jaw- a paraganglionic structure called the carotid body. Gentle unilateral massage of this spot with two fingers can reflexively decrease heart rate and blood pressure and is routinely used clinically at the bedside to reverse some arrhythmias, particularly “supraventricular tachycardia” or SVT. Overdone, this maneuver may result in cardiac arrest (asystole) or severe drop in blood pressure resulting in deficient blood flow and oxygenation to the brain. When the brain senses deprivation of oxygen, the person often will feel and express that they can’t breathe, despite their airway being intact and open. I suspect this carotid massage technique is known to martial arts experts and military special forces personnel. Thus, brain ischemia and damage could be induced without injury to the trachea, and may be worsened if pressure is sufficient to also compress and narrow the carotid artery itself, further restricting blood flow to the brain. If the officer applying a knee to the neck is knowledgable of these effects, that would suggest premeditation to inflict serious injury with potential to cause death. The autopsy findings of no asphyxiation by blocking the trachea as the cause of death are therefore correct.

    • I saw 2 martial arts experts describing exactly what you said. They explained the difference between asphyxiation and carotid artery compression. Thanks for backing up this concept.

  4. he was literally “the walking dead” he could have dropped any second, it just happened when he was breaking the law
    #MAGA, semper fi

  5. What ever underlying condition Mr. Floyd had, the police actions cause an Acute Execerbation of his chronic condition.

  6. Two important points. He did not die at the scene, only after ambulance transport. The carotid artery is not located at the side of the neck where the knee was (as some idiots claim) but is 2/3 of the way around from the back of the neck. P.S. If the carotid artery blood flow was cut off for a full eight minutes he would have been dead well before the ambulance arrived.

    As for the arsonists and looters, they show up at every riot, Watts, Detroit, Chicago. They are simply those that take advantage of discord to steal.

    • George Bailey- obviously you have not adequately studied anatomy and physiology beyond a rudimentary level. There are intracranial arterial connections between the carotid (anterior) and vertebral (posterior) intracranial arteries as well as between the right and left sides of the intracranial arteries- look up “circle of Willis”. The carotid artery on one side can be completely blocked and there can blood flow to that side of the brain. The broad profile of a knee is at least 10 cm. Also, the officer was rocking on Mr. Floyd’s neck, so likely there was only intermittent or incomplete carotid artery obstruction.
      I agree that the other officers were complicit in allowing this excessive restraint to continue for such a long time. Maybe Clarence the angel can help you get an adequate medical understanding of this potential cause of death, but I doubt you would get it.

  7. Most of America is frustrated from covid19 sheltering. George Floyd’s death was the impetus for protesters to vent their anger over societal, political, emotional, mental and all other “als” issues. Most gatherings started out peaceful and we’ll-meaning but were tarnished by vengeful activists from out of town infiltration inciting riots, destruction, and plain vile behavior. The original purpose for the protest obscured and gave way to criminal activity.

    It has been said the filming of George Floyd’s demise was edited. So what else is new? There was indeed police brutality resulting in death. The fact that the other three officers did not deter Chauvin makes them guilty of aiding and abetting. I have not seen any accounts of the entire arrest but it does stand to reason that there would have been some resistance from a person with checkered incarceration background.

    Everyone is taught that there are consequences to bad actions. Sometimes the punishment results in death, warranted or not, intended or not. Passing counterfeit money is a crime. Mr. Floyd is not an innocent participant.
    He knew he was committing a crime and knew the potential outcome. He probably didn’t think it was a fatal result. We are missing too much information to form an educated opinion.

    Again, another reason for police to wear permanently activated go-pros. This appears to be a totally senseless death. Did George Floyd have pre-existing conditions that were contributory? Makes no difference. The international police brotherhood has been negatively affected. A man is dead. Families of victim and offenders will lifelong suffer. This heinous event has affected the world – not in a good way.

    • I would like to know what happened between the time they were cuffing him at the wall of the building and taking him to the other side of the vehicle, then to the ground. I say something snapped in this officer. What happened during that time? For what ever the reason it was wrong for police officer to do this. I am sorry his family is going through this terrible ordeal and to see what others are doing in honor of a family member.

  8. Regardless what the autopsy shows, video evidence show extreme restraining actions and over the top restraining practices.

  9. Let’s not comment based on preconceived notions. If this was your family member would you want an independent autopsy? I know I would. This family needs the official autopsy findings confirmed or disputed by Dr. Michael Baden. Just look what happened in the Epstein autopsy. Never a good idea to have a fox guard the hen house. It is possible you might be surprise with the family response if his findings agree with Dr. Baden’s findings. Give them the opportunity, please.

  10. I heard a report saying he was also refusing to get into the police car and put up a struggle .. But still by the looks of it.. it was a lot of force.. but was the pressure hard on the neck as they claim .. Still the protesting was all just an excuse for these people to displace hate and caused death to other police and innocent people.. They even say it is minors doing the looting and burning, which is a blazing lie..


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