Sunday Talks: Crump on Floyd – “We Don’t Understand”…

Our old friend Ben ‘objectib ebidense’ Crump, the defense lawyer for the Floyd family, appears on Face the Nation with Margaret Brennan to discuss the deaf of George Floyd. It’s been a while…. Ben does what Ben does, and factually he’s a goofy cat doing the best he can on behalf of his client.

“Officer” (in quotes deliberately) Derek Chauvin did kill George Floyd; that’s not the issue. The issue driving the media narrative surrounds why “Officer” Derek killed George. Toward the end of the interview Brennan asked Crump about Derek and George knowing each-other. Ben’s response, specifically how he phrases the admission, is what’s worth watching.


Hi Ben. Good to see you again. Oh, and you’re right, nothing makes sense.

By now Ben is discovering that everything around El Nuevo Rodeo, the Mexican Cantina and Dance Club where George and Derek worked, is sketchy. Likely Ben and Daryl Parks (Parks & Crump Esq.) have realized it’s better to focus their financial strategy toward reparations from the city of Minneapolis because this incident hits on something even Crump doesn’t want to touch.

El Nuevo Rodeo (hereafter ENR) is a front business. Nothing is as it seems.

The background ownership of ENR takes you to a shady network of LLC’s and the name Omar Investments Inc. (est. 1996).  Dig a little deeper and something else becomes evident… The ownership might connect to one or more U.S. three letter agencies.

The ownership network has previous interactions with FBI operations in/around Minneapolis. This is not surprising because Minneapolis Minnesota has more national security operations ongoing than any other community in the country. Various Somali groups are being watched, and anyone can do a google search to see when those security operations surface in the media.

Omar Investments Inc. owns El Nuevo Rodeo Cantina and night club since 1996.  The principle of Omar Investments Inc. is Muna Sabri. In 2001 a close relative, Basim Sabri, was captured by the FBI in a sting operation.

…”In 2001, FBI agents recorded Sabri giving Herron $5,000, cash intended to curry the lawmaker’s support for his development. Sabri was later convicted on three bribery counts and fined $75,000.” (link)….

FBI intercept in 2001, there’s the capture.  That’s the asset creation point for U.S. security to find a way to embed within Minneapolis, and assist the Sabri’s along the way.

The presented “former club owner”, Maya Santamaria, seen on television, appears to be a purposeful ‘front’ (a face useful in deflecting attention from the primary owner and operations). With that in mind, the scale of false information in/around the visible event, horrible as it was/is, creates layers and layers of purposeful misinformation and a need to control what the public sees in the media.

As I said before, I prefer to sit this one out; however, it is interesting.  If you consider that El Nuevo Rodeo might likely be a front for a three letter national security agency; or at the very least a valuable inside source for domestic intelligence and surveillance, things start reconciling rather quickly.

ENR also looks like a money laundering operation.  Part of that laundry operation appears to involve counterfeit currency.  This enterprise, writ large, looks like the answer to ‘how’ a U.S. agency infiltrated the background criminal network in Minnesota to watch and monitor for domestic threats.  So there are layers to what is visible and a myriad of interests involved.

Officer Derek Chauvin is a 19-year veteran of the Mineapolis police dept.  Derek Chauvin also worked at ENR for 17 years.  That timeline puts Derek Chauvin showing up to work security at El Neuvo Rodeo cantina and club right after the FBI busts Basim Sabri (everyone remembers what intel agencies were doing right after 9-11-01).

Recently – When the Wuhan Virus hits the night club needs to shut down. By extension this shuts down any illicit activity maintained by the legit operation.  Any activity within a laundering operation would have to be paused.  It would look silly, very suspicious, if the ENR club bookkeeper was making bank deposits while the business is closed.

However, this also means George Floyd was out of work.  According to the indictment:

(read more)

The police were called because George Floyd was passing counterfeit $20 bills.

Could the way Chauvin, and the responders writ large, interacted with George Floyd have been an outcropping of concern that Floyd was putting the ENR operation at risk?

Read the indictment. Everything was cool until the responding officers attempted to put Floyd in Derek Chauvin’s squad car.  Floyd is presented as being ok with the arrest stuff; but really, really, didn’t want to get in Derek’s car.

17-years as a “security officer” for El Nuevo Rodeo.  Was Chauvin the enforcer?

Does that explain why everyone seems casual, even the responding EMT’s?

Could the national security angle explain why no prior charges against Chauvin in a 2006 shooting were ever sought?

One thing is clear, as attested by Benjamin Crump, Derek Chauvin and George Floyd knew each-other; this was not some random street incident.    Arguably, every single person in/around law enforcement and EMT response that day knew each-other.

I asked this question back in January about counterfeit currency in Minnesota:

Who would go through a cost-prohibitive process to counterfeit $1 dollar bills?

A U.S. national security agency conducting an operation with little interest in the profit dynamic; that’s who.


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514 Responses to Sunday Talks: Crump on Floyd – “We Don’t Understand”…

  1. Lenfb says:

    I dislike Chump. Anyone who was here during the Zimmerman case should understand that.
    He doesn’t understand? That is the problem.
    He is as bad as the two lawyers who were recently arrested for participating in the current riots.


  2. Thinking out loud here . . . Chauvin had no intention to do serious harm to Floyd, but the two guys didn’t like each other, Floyd was paranoid about getting into a vehicle with Chauvin, and Chauvin was annoyed with Floyd (maybe because Floyd was jeopardizing shady business operations).

    Well, in that scenario, if Floyd gets carried away in an ambulance, but was in no danger of dying, after Chauvin was publicly videotaped using heavy handed tactics on Floyd . . . Maybe someone takes advantage of the situation by finishing Floyd off? Kill three birds with one stone: 1. eliminate a liability (Floyd), 2. create a political opportunity, and 3. they don’t even have to do an Epstein on Chauvin because, for all Chauvin knows, he precipitated Floyd’s death.


  3. jleonard14 says:

    Here’s going to be their problem…This officer has had over 20 formal complaints filed against him. Klobuchar failed to prosecute and is trying to come up with an excuse. I have no idea, but I sense that most of those complaints will be about interactions with whites. That’s not going to work well for the burning down of the cities, although I personally hope they will continue with that. If every complainant was black…then they’re onto something.


  4. republicanvet91 says:

    “A U.S. national security agency conducting an operation with little interest in the profit dynamic; that’s who.”

    But for what purpose? Tracing where they go?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jeffrey Coley says:

      Who says it has to be a US agency? But absolutely right – whoever is counterfeiting $1 bills has no interest in profit, which IMO points to a state actor.


  5. Peaceandlove says:

    There is utube video titled “Officer Derek Chauvin’s neighbor speaks up”…where the neighbors indicate they did not know Derek was a police officer (they said they thought he was a realtor) and that they never once saw him in a police uniform! Can some one please save a copy before it’s taken down…and possibly post a link to it to this thread? Thanks. I’m not computer literate …have no idea how to do that. ☺️

    Liked by 2 people

    • sync says:

      Liked by 2 people

    • rocketride says:

      You mean he wasn’t a greeting-card salesman?


    • That’s not unusual almost all LEO get dressed at the station so unless he had close relationships with his neighbors it would be quite likely they had no idea what his occupation was.


      • Annie says:

        Our detective daughter-in-law never wanted her neighbors to know her job. Drover her car to the station and picked up her vehicle there. Never drove it home. When she was on patrol she always changed in the PD. Not good having bad guys know a cop is jn the neighborhood.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Mist'ears Mom says:

          My nephew who is LEO does the same. I think since the times of changed so much with the radicalization of these groups against LEO it is best that people don’t know bcz you never know with the lunatics out there.


      • Mist ears. Two of my best friends. Both LEO leave the house wearing uniforms and Kevlar. They are in state capital.

        My neighbor at end of street comes and goes in uniform. I am in small town.

        Liked by 1 person

    • gnadfly says:

      My exfather-in-law never left the house or returned to the house with his officer uniform on. He didn’t want himself or his family targeted.


    • thestraygoose says:

      I want the Paramedics Names and credentials made public. As a retired Paramedic of 26 years I’ve never left the Ambulance without a bag in hand, O2 tank and never wore a Flack vest.


      • Rick says:

        I’m not expert but 1.) The People who carried him off to the stretcher did not look like paramedics. 2.) They did not check his pulse or really do anything. Was this a hit and they all knew he was dead? Something is very odd.


      • Jack says:

        Not arguing, but I did look into that and the paramedics were allowed recently to wear vests – purchased by themselves. Somebody should look into those purchases.


  6. Don McAro says:

    Sundance is hot on the trail…Look at this …Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison (D) will take the lead on the prosecution of Derek Chauvin, the former officer charged in the death of George Floyd, as well as any other charges brought forward as part of the investigation into Floyd’s death.

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  7. Mo says:

    Where’s Alex Jones? Just kidding the counterfeit one dollar bills operation is suspicious catty.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. hawkins6 says:

    I noticed that M. Brennan’s interview and former CIA abuser J. Brennan and his vicious anti Trump tweets exploit both Lloyd’s death and the subsequent riots to promote the hyperbolic propaganda of anti-fa and disparage Trump and all his efforts to help minorities.

    Usually petulant Margaret did not push back in her usually aggressive way when Lloyd’s lawyer repeated the inflammatory words that have been used to subjugate blacks before: “It is police brutality and a racist criminal justice system. And the only thing that can put out these fires are police accountability and equal justice.”

    Rather than question the lie that the entire system and all police are brutal, unjust racists, Margaret merely replied, “Understood.” I understand her devious intentions perfectly. The riots just happen to be occurring when more blacks were becoming aware of Dem treachery and appreciating PT’s outreach policies. But Dem-anti-fa treachery has many of them back once again.


  9. darin71 says:

    Any connection to *that* Omar I wonder?

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Rock Knutne says:

    Yea. This one is as sketchy as the Las Vegas massacre that nobody wanted to investigate or follow up on.

    Liked by 8 people

  11. Carol in STL says:

    If this is true, Chauvin will never make it to trial. Can’t let him talk. Will he be “suicided” like Jeffrey Epstein, or openly murdered by another prisoner, like Whitey Bulger?

    Liked by 3 people

  12. idoldissr says:

    So, then…does this mean that Derek Chauvin can be expected to hang himself while on suicide watch? I mean, the Dem operatives want a cover-up, right?


  13. sudsy49 says:

    Here is a really interesting read. It’s the report of the Minneapolis City Council administrative hearing for ENR to consider whether their liquor license should be revoked. Page 3 is noteworthy in the description of the prior occupant of the premises before ENR took over. (Vanandy’s). They were sketchy at best. Page 2 tells how Maria Santamaria and Sabri arranged for her to take over the space. And pages 17,19, and 23 have footnotes citing the testimony of Chauvin in regards to keeping the license, the number of off duty cops employed nightly (1) and the number of security per every 50 patrons, and how the off duty cops interfaced with security. From this document it seems there’s no way that Chauvin and Floyd didn’t know each other. Lots of things to mull over.

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  14. Rick says:

    Who is the Mayor of Alanta?


  15. Elizabeth Raynor Short says:

    You would counterfeit $1 bills because your intent is to destroy the dollar. Any 3-letter agency involved in this operation (and it sounds big) is a criminal seditious agency and if it’s the Clowns, then it’s also illegal because the operation is on American soil. I’m with JFK. Destroy CIA (and others). The operation belongs to the spooks or they are receiving a big chunk of the profits for t allowing the “business” to operate. How many have they busted or deported as a result of the intel/law enforcement operation? Probably 0. Watch Chauvin be disappeared or suicided to protect the “business”. Or all charges be dismissed against him and Justice file none and he’s in the wind. Are you sick yet? I am. And tired, as well..


  16. John Juan says:

    How did Lloyd get his hands on counterfeit $20? Either he knew the club was a front (seems not likely) or the folks running the counterfeit operation are seriously sloppy, leaving money around for anyone to find.


    • gnadfly says:

      Sloppy, greedy and not very smart. The guy is working security and driving a nice Mercedes SUV. Now its discovered he has a fentynol and meth problem. All on $12 an hour?


  17. drocity says:

    I wonder if it was simpler then that. Basically, Floyd grabbed some of he counterfeit $$ and saved it for a rainy day. When his job went away, he used it. The alert of CF used brought the police, and the arrest of Floyd brought Chauvin to attempt to clean up. When Floyd resisted Chauvin it became a scene. Now other interests were needed to distract, so light the fuse on BLM/Antifa and throw Chauvin to the wolves since Floyd is dead and no longer a threat.

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  18. Floyd struggled when he was going to be put in Derek’s car.

    Sounds like he knew some bad stuff would be going down against him, either torture or death, hence the reason for resisting.

    Keeping the knee on the neck, indicates, at least to me, that this was a hit, nothing racial about it, nor do i believe antagonistic. Derek was getting a job done.

    Staged riots are cover for the story.

    Dems seizing the opportunity to attempt another insurrection and ouster of President Trump to protect their Deep State criminal enterprise.

    My 2 cents worth.

    Liked by 5 people

    • huecowacko says:

      Floyd thought he had two options; either get whacked in the police car, or get whacked on the street in public; he thought his chances were better to keep it public—didn’t work out for him.


    • Mr e-man says:

      The autopsy said the knee on the neck did not kill him.

      What was the cause of death.


      • According to the radio this morning, an independent autopsy ordered by the family stated it was due to loss of blood flow to the brain from the knee on the neck, and restricted breathing due to pressure on the back.

        The first autopsy, from my understanding, stated that it was due to underlying medical issues and a heart attack.


  19. William Paca says:

    You know who needs a ton of 1’s? Strip clubs. Guy comes in, hands the doorman or cashier however many 20’s he is figuring to spend. Let’s say it is $100. Now the club has the valid money, and gives him enough 1’s (fake) to last him all night. And the girls are working for fake money – unless they talk the patron into a more expensive personalized dance where surely they demand 10’s or 20’s. Rather than mess with all those one’s of course. Sounds like quite the money making scam to me.


    • Ed Holder says:

      Interesting. Of course, ENR is not a strip club. I’m still trying to find more info to connect the dots between $1 and $20 counterfeits surrounding this case and what evidence exists that ENR is involved in counterfeiting or money laundering. Some interesting theories have been posed, but very little data.


  20. Nick says:

    SD, Kueng and Lane’s vehicle was MPD 320 – it’s the only vehicle they tried to get Floyd to enter, according to the linked complaint. No mention of Chauvin’s vehicle.

    Liked by 1 person

    • BobR says:

      But Chauvin yanked him out of it after they did all the work to get him in. Then Floyd threw himself to the ground. Chauvin knew he could not get him in his own car (where he could have conveniently supposedly passed away from natural causes on the way to the precinct/jail/or hospital) so he did the only thing he could at that point and used his knee..


      • Michele Ralston says:

        The police report leaves out all of this, and says he resisted being put into squad car 320. Can someone post the videos that show what really happened?


  21. Cynthia says:

    Holy cats! This is SO close to the plot line in Lee Child’s “The Killing Floor” it’s spooky. . .


    • Ace of Space says:

      You mean Beverly Hills Cop I, remember beginning of the movie, Axel Foley buddy shows up in Detroit with money and bonds stolen from the place he worked at as a security guard in Beverly Hills, Victor Maitlan’s gallery warehouse? Remember? Jonathan Banks was sent to enforce and take care of this problem…………..


  22. John Doe says:

    Preliminary coroner’s report stated that strangulation or suffocation was NOT the cause of death, it was NOT murder. The man had coronary heart disease, hypertension and substances in his body. Coroner claim these 3 symptoms and the adrenaline from the struggle with police caused his death. Official cause of death is still pending.


    • Guessed says:

      If you stress someone by kneeling on their throat/carotid arteries for minutes at a time you killed that person, whether they were an ultrafit marathoner, or had 95% blockage of the left main coronary artery. It is semantics to call it murder or homicide, but Chauvin is responsible for Floyd’s death.

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    • Vegas Guy says:

      “Coroner claim these 3 symptoms and the adrenaline from the struggle with police caused
      his death. Official cause of death is still pending.”

      In the video of the officer kneeling on him, just as the EMS move the limp person to the stretcher, 2 things jump out at me….

      1 .. the area directly under where he was lying is quite wet at the upper body location & the pavement directly under where his head was.

      2.. During that video, a line of liquid appears from under the vehicle & as the video progresses the line of liquid continues to move & drain towards the curb. IMO the individual was urinating involuntarily during the episode.

      This can also be noticed in a Twitter video that someone posted of the other Officer standing around watching… The question posed in that video was “what does this officer notice that we are missing?” (paraphrased)

      I’m not a MD so I have no idea what any of that might indicate other than possibly hypertension, sweating from struggling, & a large degree of adrenaline.

      Lastly, I watched SD’s video on the prior page & a couple of additional items jumped out at me. Floyd appeared high as a kite yet no search was done of the car or the other 2 occupants for any potential drugs that might have been present. ( from what we could see in the video). The “evidence” indicated being taken & put in the officers pocket could have been just that…the remaining change from the counterfeit $20 exchange (could have been anything… a $1, $5. $10 bill) At this point it is not conclusive that the “evidence” was not actually “evidence” as we don’t know what the officer later did with it, if anything.

      I do agree the handling of the situation is quite sloppy, if not a downright deviation from normal procedure… to say the least….


    • BobR says:

      There are lots of crooked coroners in this country. Just like judges they are subject to blackmail, bribes, etc.

      Liked by 2 people

  23. johnfkennedy63 says:

    I heard on the radio that Derek Chauvin was on a 24 hour suicide watch. I expect him to commit suicide like jeffrey epstein.


    • Mr e-man says:

      Maybe they will put him in the 3rd precinct and let the protestors have him. Isn’t that what they want?


    • disgustedwithjulison says:

      Governor has taken the case from Hennepin County prosecutor and handed it to Keith “The Antifa-AG” Ellison. This is actually a good move and I wouldn’t be surprised, considering all of the potential fed involvement that Chauvin is Epsteined/Bulgered before any trial takes place. They just moved him from a Hennepin County prison to Oak Park Heights. Isn’t that how it works….they move them to another prison where they can have them accidentally hang themselves from a 4 foot high bunk bed while their 300 pound roommate sleeps?


  24. disgustedwithjulison says:

    I don’t know if anyone has dug into Cup Foods…but worth a dive….owned/registered with state by Samir Abumayyaleh (although in newspapers, Mahmoud Abumayyaleh is identifying himself as the owner and being quoted) and well known over the years for lots of drug trafficing and prostitution. In fact, in the early 2000’s the city shut it down for six months for crime. They seem to have had less police problemsabout the same time Chauvin began working for ENR (17 years ago). Around 2000, the police made many undercover buys of drugs within the store and there had been many shootings outside of the store (both Hennepin County and the City filed to have the store shut down). Perhaps this place was part of the counterfeit network operation? Below link is to the 2001 legal action and outlines just how chaotic it was around that place.

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  25. disgustedwithjulison says:

    OK…here we go! On another note….Benjamin Crump just announced results of their independent autopsy came in and he died of asphyxia….the independent coronor doing the autopsy….Dr. Michael Baden. Seems I have heard that name somewhere before….


  26. Ed Holder says:

    I need an education on how an agency can utilize a 1$ bill counterfeiting operation. What benefit comes from this if it decidedly isn’t profit?


  27. Michele Ralston says:

    Just want to clear up which cop car officers were trying to put Floyd into. Police report says they were trying to get him into Lane’s squad car MPD 320. This article and videos imply he was being put into Chauvin’s squad car. who was not the arresting officer. Any clarification here?

    Liked by 1 person

  28. ykc says:

    Just got put into FB jail for trying to post this article.


    • Ed Holder says:

      I wasn’t too keen on sharing this one due to it demeaning the lawyer’s dialect. FB shouldn’t censor, but hopefully it is for the dialect issue, not the Alex Joneseyness of it.


  29. chris says:

    It appears to have been staged.


  30. soozala says:

    I know Sundance doesn’t want to go here, but WalMart wasn’t sold out of tin foil, so I bought some…..this post probably has ignited all of our “research” neurons…LOL


  31. Joey 1 says:

    Why did no one preform CPR.. 30 chest compressions at least on a witnessed death could have brought him back! Very suspicious.

    Liked by 1 person

    • TirednLA says:

      Supposedly, CPR in the ambulance. Although, from experience, EMT’s NEVER move a patient without an assessment of some kind. Checking a carotid pulse for one minute is not enough to forego CPR. Another odd “fact”.

      Liked by 1 person

  32. mjazzguitar says:

    Does this tie in with what happened?

    Liked by 2 people

  33. It appears that the car George Floyd was driving is a Mercedes SUV – quite pricey for someone who was a security guard and out of work. How could he afford that car?


    • Rock says:

      Bought it used perhaps. Go to craigslist and see what you can find a used one for.

      I’m wondering why the discussion about counterfeit $1 bills, when Floyd reportedly used a counterfeit $20 bill. I must have missed something.


  34. Anton Savarese says:

    Oh My My My My My My My.. This IS very INTERESTING! Smells very DIRTY Mr. Ellison, Mr Frey, Ms. Omar, and Ms Santamaria..

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Anton Savarese says:

    Attorney, Ben Crump! Hmmmm.. Let’s see, where have we seen this ambulance chasing – race baiting – shill, for anyone ‘of color’, who claims victim-hood? ANYONE..

    Trevon Martin.. Michael Brown.. And now here in Minnesota, and Mr. Floyd’s family..

    Watch and listen very carefully to his statements during this interview..

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  36. Ed Holder says:

    I initially found the theory plausible, but not enough evidence to buy into it until more info came out. Reading the liquor license document and knowing the relatively small size of ENR, it seems they surely knew each other. But BitterC’s comments ring true — Floyd resisted getting in a squad car (not Chauvin’s) BEFORE Chauvin arrived; Chauvin arrives and tries to pull him into the car from the driver’s side while others push from the passenger’s side; Floyd then just bolts all the way through the car and out the driver’s side; Breathing difficulties allegedly reported before the knee; and Drug-induced mania. I am finding the “hit job” theory suspect and no more information seems to be coming out about the ENR club activities/potential money laundering. Are there any twitter investigators looking into that and reporting findings? I’ll keep the theory open as a remote possibility, but I need more evidence.


  37. lgstarr says:

    At 10:40 the cop tells Flloyd what he’s being detained for: passing bad money!! Floyd seems surprised…perhaps he wasn’t aware of what that club he worked for was actually doing and maybe he just (1) stole some of their dough OR (2) was paid off in counterfeit money (although #1 sounds more plausible):


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