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.

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

  1. Peter Noone says:

    Turns out George Floyd was also a porn star. Porn has historical been a means of money laundering and drug trafficking, because many of the payments are in cash and records aren’t scrutinized or kept to the same standards as other businesses. This was also true of Hollywood in the early days, that’s why a lot of mob activity was attracted to Hollywood and Vegas.

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    • p'odwats says:

      One thing is for sure. If you try a Google or Yahoo search on George Floyd you can’t find any sites that will give you background information on the man. Now everything seems very shady indeed.

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      • gymcy81 says:

        Shady…
        including those that are to serve and protect, and the medics – not providing CPR ( 9 minute video…).

        When you, or anyone dials 911, you are asking for help from those trained…

        And that is usually the case.

        [ occasionally something gets found, where that may not be the case … ]

        Mike Flynn knows that there are some in the upper or back end of the hierarchy of just-us that are a problem, not a helping solution.

        Floyd and multiple vocal bystanders found some at the other end of the hierarchy of just-us that are a problem, not a helping solution.

        Some cleansing and correction of problems is an ongoing process.

        imho

        p.s.
        just like the above is not warranted, nor legal,
        neither is the violence and theft going on in the cover of night and masks (with, or without practicing social distancing)

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        • Jederman says:

          Ok. If we agree that ALCON are shady and some may be CLOSLEY linked to 3 letter agencies. Chauvin’s move on Floyd was clumsy at best.

          Further down the rabbit hole, maybe the reason Floyd died at or on the way to the hospital was not directly related to Chauvin’s knee.

          I wonder if Crump has a clue as to the “layers” involved or if he is just shaking the money tree again.

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      • I’m still doubting he’s even dead. And that picture of the “cop” they flashed is not the same guy in the video. Whoever set this scam job up did a really poor job on it.

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        • Bill Durham says:

          So they arrest church goers for going to mass. But you can ignore social distancing and masks if you are rioting and looting liquor stores????

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          • guest4ever says:

            Bill Durham—There you go! Now you got it!/s I’m so ticked that I haven’t been able to assist at Mass in forever it seems like. (Don’t know how those faithful underground Chinese Catholics manage it!) Course, the bishops don’t seem to be in any hurry, but then most of them are demonrats anyway.

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      • spoogels says:

        Haha
        Sundance you got it!

        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.

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    • Shyster says:

      Porn is old school, nowadays, the laundering is done by Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Obama and the Clinton’s and book deals like those given to Obama, Hillary, Comey, Sanders, McCabe, etc……

      Liked by 8 people

    • hocuspocus13 says:

      So apparently Floyd knew too much got sloppy and had to go…😎

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      • Bill Durham says:

        Nope. I got shiny tin foil hat, but this was a screw up. If you want to whack someone, you don’t do it with crowds, cops, EMT s, and cameras and cell phones to record it all. You get the wet works team, Chuck barris, a gang banger, or a button man to do the hit away from the public. The cop seemed to screw this up. Bring George in, bail him out, and he gets lectured for passing bad bills by the agency. Then they cut him a check to keep quiet. Setting off a riot is not a good cover story. Now you have a trial, lawyers, investigation, and 4 fired cops with a story to tell. Lots of loose ends now. Sometimes these ic agencies deal with people who screw up

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        • dayallaxeded says:

          They didn’t expect him to have a heart attack at exactly the wrong time. He was supposed to die at a landfill with a good hog population or the like. George knew that, which is why he refused to get in Chauvin’s car. All speculation, but makes more sense than the Demonrat/enemedia narrative.

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        • GB Bari says:

          Unless the 3 letter group behind ENR is also mixed up with the coup and knew that sparking riots right at the depth of the covid shutdown economic depression could deliver a fatal blow to the incumbent president’s re-election.

          I mean, it’s just too perfect of a storm to ignore:
          1. ~ May 22 – Deepest economic depression from covid-19 nationwide shutdown just giving signs of turning around and starting to head northward except for large Blue-governor-led states.
          2. May 25 – Minneapolis black man seemingly dies at forceful arrest scene under white cop.
          3. Soros’ highly-trained and funded riot teams (Antifa etc.) across all blue cities ready to go on short notice.
          4. Anticipated peaceful protests for Floyd begin May 26
          5. Night of May 26 and carrying into May 27, violence begins (within 2 days of death).
          6. Next 4 days violence quickly spreads to multiple large blue, Democrat-run cities
          7. By May 31 – 4 days & nights of violence has caused billions of dollars of severe damage along with multiple deaths and injuries to add to the covid-19 shutdown Depression debt.

          Opportunism by the Left or Planned from before the Floyd incident?

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      Porn star? Can you provide a source for that, please?

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      • Og Oggilby says:

        You don’t know Floyd the Landlord? The young risk taker?

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        • Og Oggilby says:

          You don’t know Floyd the Landlord? The young risk taker?

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        • Peoria Jones says:

          Never heard of “The Habib Show.” Are you saying it’s porno, and Floyd goes on to perform sexual acts with this woman?

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          • Og Oggilby says:

            I went to Google. Typed in “george floyd porn star.”

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            • Peoria Jones says:

              Ok, I’ll take your word for it. Not really something I want to do a search on…or see! But I haven’t read anything about it.

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            • steph_gray says:

              Uh, that doesn’t seem like a useful search. The name George Floyd seems a pretty common one. In fact I suspected as soon as I saw this thread that there are hundreds of men with that name all over the country.

              I tried to google how common the name is, but the Google results on him have already been carefully curated to show nothing but enemedia virtue signaling about racism – no actual information about the crime.

              Then I tried duckduckgo which turned up a site where you can type in a name and it will give you an estimate (I think I remembered this from years ago).

              That result said there are 368 George Floyds in the country.

              So no – on that basis I would not trust the post above is accurate. Could be wrong of course.

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    • guest4ever says:

      Peter Noone—Links or references please.

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  2. Dave Crawford says:

    This whole thing stinks to high heaven.

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    • FrankieZee says:

      Have no fear, BAGPIPE Barr will get to the bottom of this. Are 3 letter agencies are worse than the Mafia ever was. So this is looking like a DEEP STATE operation to deflect attention away from what is going down.

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      • Ken Lawson says:

        The mob runs the Dem party, don’t forget that Saul Alinsky was best friends with Frank Nitti, Al Capone’s right hand man. Hillary was personally mentored by Alinsky and Obama was one of the top students of his organization.

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        • Your Tour Guide says:

          OMG. If Frank Nitti was Capone’s right hand man, then
          Hillary’s daddy was the other hand? Any body else read
          the stories about Hillary’s dad taking over the bidness
          when Capone was in jail?

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    • TrumpPatriot says:

      Now it makes “some” sense. I watched a video which showed the slow moti9n arrival of the EMT”s. Only……the EMT’s appeared to be LEOs. Watch the video if you can find it. They jumped out of the ambulance, and they did not even check the man’s vitals or take any medical actions at all. The video was on Twitter, which I am not….and I do not know how I came to watch it or how to find it.

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  3. Darren says:

    This could mean that this entire thing is a deep state operation?

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  4. MM says:

    Can’t listen to Crump, he should of lost his license to practice law after the Travon Martin Scam!

    Liked by 8 people

    • sturmudgeon says:

      “he should of lost his license”.. he should have lost his license.. lol

      Liked by 1 person

      • Maquis says:

        Or “should’ve”

        Liked by 2 people

        • k9american says:

          Well, I see we have (at least) a pair of fellow Grammar Nazis. 🙂

          Liked by 4 people

          • somebody says:

            Shoulda, woulda, coulda😁

            Liked by 1 person

          • kimosaabe says:

            Yeah, the grammar Nazis gonna Nazi. Makes them feel special about their miserable selves.

            Liked by 1 person

          • Maquis says:

            I rarely act on the observations I cannot avoid making in the course of Treeping but language is a fascination of mine. So many words begin with one meaning, only to come to mean something very different, very often as a process of the accommodation of incorrect use. Spelling and grammar also morph in like fashion, often nonsensically but in the instance leapt upon above it appears that a contraction of “have” sounded to some ears as “of” and became a part of their speech and writing habits.

            What we speak and spell now may well be the New Old English, in time, and there’s little we can do about it even if we get all obsessive about it, not that my attitude is cavalier or my concern is fleeting, but I do occasionally enjoy the challenge of attempting to understand how a distortion came about, such as when the above example finally clicked in my own mind as to how it likely developed, or should I say devolved? 😉

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            • maggie0987 says:

              Always remember it is a ‘doggy dog world’!

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            • Reloader says:

              I have seen where some people actually believe that the phrase “I could care less” is a correct and proper colloquialism. It’s one of my pet peeves. There are others …

              And I have seen commenters elsewhere write, “I’m under 40 … you’re and your are interchangeable.” I have studied writing and the American version of English language, and I don’t enjoy the our language being eroded.

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              • Maquis says:

                Oh, I do indeed appreciate correctness and accuracy, and I strive to correct and instruct where I might do so to positive effect, but I have become, shall we say, more cognizant of my own limitations in the face of human nature. “I couldn’t care less” being mangled is a great and amusing example because merely a pair of neurons could bring the sayer to a cognition of having stated the opposite of their intent.

                “You’re” – “your” and “there” – “their” – “they’re” are simply ignant, especially if the ignant defend their ingnancy!

                La langue c’est belle, sauf quand elle n’est pas…

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          • Guessed says:

            Good grammar is more important than feelings, and contributes to understandable and rational discourse.

            Sorry.

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      • I Hear You Now says:

        sturmudgeon: Actually, we know what MM meant … LOL

        You may wish to re-re-review Sundance’s Guidance for posting on The Conservative Treehouse.

        https://theconservativetreehouse.com/guidelines-for-comments/

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      • amwick says:

        Oh MM…. I agree,, he is a disaster in a suit.

        BTW, I read it just fine… should of…. and you know there is no edit feature on wordpress that I no of, so even if your fingers make typo… you cannot fix it..

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      • cjzak says:

        We knew what you meant. Blogging is more like spoken conversations, imo and we all know grammar is not the ‘star’ when we converse.

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      A waste of a college education.

      Liked by 1 person

  5. MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/its-setup-mysteriously-staged-bricks-appear-throughout-major-protest-cities

    Are there any cameras that work…if so somebody had to unload these and it has to be a special equipped truck

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    • guest4ever says:

      MitchRyder—–Mmmmmmm! I think we all know POTUS is a builder; he might have contacts. He can find the info, or at least direct those who need the info where to go. These people really are idiots.

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  6. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    Sunday, May 31, 2020
    Attorney General William P. Barr’s Statement on Riots and Domestic Terrorism
    Attorney General William P. Barr has issued the following statement:
    “With the rioting that is occurring in many of our cities around the country, the voices of peaceful and legitimate protests have been hijacked by violent radical elements. Groups of outside radicals and agitators are exploiting the situation to pursue their own separate, violent, and extremist agenda.
    It is time to stop watching the violence and to confront and stop it. The continued violence and destruction of property endangers the lives and livelihoods of others, and interferes with the rights of peaceful protestors, as well as all other citizens.
    It also undercuts the urgent work that needs to be done – through constructive engagement between affected communities and law enforcement leaders – to address legitimate grievances. Preventing reconciliation and driving us apart is the goal of these radical groups, and we cannot let them succeed.
    It is the responsibility of state and local leaders to ensure that adequate law enforcement resources, including the National Guard where necessary, are deployed on the streets to reestablish law and order. We saw this finally happen in Minneapolis last night, and it worked.
    Federal law enforcement actions will be directed at apprehending and charging the violent radical agitators who have hijacked peaceful protest and are engaged in violations of federal law.
    To identify criminal organizers and instigators, and to coordinate federal resources with our state and local partners, federal law enforcement is using our existing network of 56 regional FBI Joint Terrorism Task Forces (JTTF).
    The violence instigated and carried out by Antifa and other similar groups in connection with the rioting is domestic terrorism and will be treated accordingly.”

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  7. TradeBait says:

    Yep – this has DS alphabets all over it.

    Liked by 4 people

  8. starfcker says:

    I see Crump got the purple tie memo.

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  9. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Former CIA Director and Spygate architect John Brennan lashed out at President Trump Sunday morning amid nationwide looting and rioting by leftwing radical terrorists. Brennan also approved of the nationwide looting and rioting by democrat terrorists such as ANTIFA, asserting that it’s ‘necessary for real change.’ ~ Christina Laila over at GP

    Is it time yet for a middle-of-the-night raid on the Brennan terror compound?

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  10. Unknownsailor says:

    Sundance, I recently worked for a Secret Service field office for 6 months as an intern. I helped process counterfeit bills, and would check every bill local banks sent in to make sure they were fake.
    While fake $1 bills are not common, they do exist. Most often, they are obvious movie props, and have inauthentic wording on them. People try to pass them anyway. Most common are $20s and $50s.

    CAREFULLY look over the bills you get from yard sales and when selling stuff through apps like OfferUp, those are two favorite means of passing bills. Look for the security stripe, every bill $5 and up has one. <Make sure the stripe denomination matches the face value Modern $100s have a blue hologram woven in, make sure that changes.image. Any chinese or cryllic on the bill makes it a novelty note, and thus fake.

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    • Mike in a Truck says:

      The $1.00 Bill’s are being trafficked into the Somali community. They raise less suspicion. As far as the stupid dirty cop: he’s expendable.

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      • Maquis says:

        Chauvin did not kill himself. Yet.

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      • aisheschayal says:

        I said as soon as this hit the media, this went down like a dirty cop action. Something going on with the enforcement team there.

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        • aisheschayal says:

          Re-reading Sundance’s write-up, Chauvin may have been working with the Feds in a follow the dirty money scheme and needed to take Floyd out before he blew an operation. But what cop isn’t aware of people standing around filming with their cameras, especially if the event is going on for 8 minutes and you know the guy is going to end up dead one way or the other. So many questions, so many secrets.

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  11. Dang, The Bizarre just gets Wierder

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  12. Tl Howard says:

    My head is spinning.
    Haven’t these guys learned that there always is a cell phone around that can and will catch them on video?

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  13. Elle says:

    But why kill him in broad daylight with witnesses filming? A set up to kick off riots? Did he steal money and they killed him as a message/warning to others. It does not seem his death was an accident. I don’t understand.

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    • frances says:

      I think George may have taken more than that one 20 dollar bill from the shop. And Chauvin and company were sent to deal with him. Recall George didn’t go crazy and refuse to get in the squad car until Chauvin appeared at the scene. He curiously never said Chauvin’s name in any of his pleas for them to let him up, I find that very odd. Then there is the fact that the asian cop was Chauvin’s brother in law.

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        Betcha if they check Chauvin’s personal cell, they find a message or call from one of the other cops on the scene alerting him that they’ve got a cartel man who might need some discipline.

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      • guest4ever says:

        frances—“…the asian cop was Chauvin’s brother in law.” Do you have a link or reference for that?

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      • BitterC says:

        Not true. Floyd had resisted getting into the cop car before Derek rolled up per the complaint Sundance attached to this thread.

        None of this would have happened if Floyd had just gotten into the cop car. They may very well have left the scene before Derek arrived. Many of these tragedies are caused by the perp resisting arrest but criminals never seem to learn

        BTW, the 2006 shooting, Derek was one of 6 officers that fired at the guy after he pulled a shotgun on them. Don’t think any 3 letter agencies had to help them out

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    • bluedevil93 says:

      If the Secret Service/Treasury gets him first for passing a bad 20, the Democrats local and state, along with associated criminal and terrorist outfits no longer have control of George and can’t silence him.

      George possibly knows he won’t make it downtown alive. He fights. What he probably didn’t know, was, the part Sundance proffered, El Neuvo Rodeo was a 3 letter infiltration sting op actually running drugs and currency to infiltrate. My initial thoughts were that it was just a criminal front: but, I know a whole lot less than Sundance.

      Some cops are in on it. Some not. If Derrik Chauvin is a bad guy, and, is called in late, he has to ad lib and put a quick hit on George. They have to ad lib. They fight him in the back of the SUV maybe overdosing him. Tape of the fight it is out now.

      They drag him across the street to another SUV where Chauvin and his brother-in-law can drive him away. But, the ambulance has already been called by cops not in the know as to what is going down.

      Chauvin ad libs before the ambulance arrives — does so right in front of the camera.

      There are two types of ambulance service if I understand correctly. The ambulance that arrives does nothing for George at the site. They drive him away. The other ambulance, if I understand correctly, arrived later. George has left on the other ambulance.

      Toxicology will be interesting.

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      • Searkreb says:

        Why does a 3 letter agency need to keep an undercover drug running op for twenty years? What could they have found out in twenty they couldn’t find in five? Heck I’m naive and live in arkansas and could tell you illegal crap is going on in Minneapolis.

        Can someone explain that?

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        • Searkreb says:

          Another thought
          How many similar operations are going on right now around the country and what good is coming from it?

          Are they just running drugs and prostitutes for the gov’t?

          Also Derrick Chauvin will likely be suicided quickly.

          Law of unintended consequences: illicit gov’t activity leads to the whole damn country getting burned down. Dang had 0 to do w race.

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          • bjorn says:

            The DS via the 3 letter agencies runs most of the drugs in the country. Did you miss iran-contra, bcci, barry seal, twa shootdown?

            Its how they fund a large part of the off book stuff.

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            • Searkreb says:

              I didn’t miss it I’m pissed and asking obvious questions.

              I guess this is what all the other fib’s were doing while the head guys were running impeachment

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            • J says:

              Does anyone really think we would stay in Afghanistan for 20 years without the poppy fields? CIA is the biggest illegal drug operation in the world. They make the cartels look small time. In fact, the cartels probably work for the CIA.

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            • J says:

              Does anyone really think we would stay in Afghanistan for 20 years without the poppy fields? CIA is the biggest illegal drug operation in the world. They make the cartels look small time. In fact, the cartels probably work for the CIA.

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        • senda72 says:

          From Sundance’s article ~ “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.”

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      • ms doodlebug says:

        What kind of ambulance has police officers loading a body into it with no medical techs in sight?

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      • Sparky5253 says:

        I suspect this was a hit gone wrong and caught on camera. Nothing will show up on the toxicology report. So convenient that the autopsy showed Floyd suffered from coronary artery disease and high blood pressure. These medical conditions can mask a lethal injection which was intended to cause a fatal heart attack.

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      • Mellie says:

        On another post (sorry not sure which post) a video was posted that was from Mel H on twitter. The video was a zoom in of the actions when the “EMS”arrived. the poster “Country Doc”, (I believe) made an observation about the responder who came over to touch George Floyd in the neck area. It looks like he may have injected something in his neck the way he kept his fingers straight out, could have hidden something. I found that very interesting.

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    • efilnikcufecin101 says:

      I am willing to bet it is something very close to what you described….

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    • Debra says:

      The riots were already planned, they just got kicked off prematurely as all the counterfeit money that was not confiscated needed to get out (I.e., paid to the rented rioters) liketdy split . . .

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      • aisheschayal says:

        I think so too, most likely they were going to predicate the riots on lack of food, money, etc. and blame it on crashed economy. Either they got a lucky break or they had to stage something because the economy, just a PT said, was bouncing back.

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  14. QCM says:

    The spark, the excuse, that is used to kick off national ANTIFA riots, clearly the next step in the continuum that started with FISA, Flynn, Mueller, Wuhan Flu, and Sundance, you want to sit this one out?

    After ALL these years, from Travon to today, THIS, is the one you want to “sit out?”

    This one seems more important than some of the others.

    I don’t get it.

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    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      There’s no upside. Even if Sundance absolutely nails the story and the motive, there will still be people who believe otherwise. And even if Sundance is correct, the official narrative may still stay on “police brutality,” even if that turned out to be false.

      “Hands up, don’t shoot” is still accepted even though it’s false. But this is worse, and worse than Trayvon. We’ve got footage of much of the incident, and it looks like an open-and-shut case, even if maybe it’s not that.

      Gotta pick your battles. Many people don’t want truth, they want their narrative. And if you get in the way of that, you become the target. The key is figuring out which battles to fight, and which ones to sit out.

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      • Eaglet says:

        Agree and I don’t know if you have caught this but every City official across the country has already “convicted” the officer with their words. (and I mean everyone, same narrative)

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      I trust SD way more than I trust even VSGPDJT. If he says let the truth come out, rather than going willy-nilly down the rabbit hole, I take that without a single grain of salt. Getting sideways with actual Intel Agencies or a drug/counterfeiting cartel is not a good idea at all. You want to go open Pandora’s Box, do it on your own site.

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  15. Eric C. says:

    “Sketchy” – is that why it took 30 seconds for the wife to divorce him?

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  16. Tl Howard says:

    Take a look at Sundance’s twitter thread, the one about Barr and Group 1 and Group 2. He understands well what the riots are about.

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  17. MakeAmericaGreat says:

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

    This is a vibe I’m getting as well. That is, I’m getting the feeling that the actions Chauvin took in the incident may have been to protect the ENR apparent op.

    And if Floyd was going rogue from that ENR apparent op, or putting others in the apparent op at risk, then Chauvin may have been trying to tie up loose ends and protect the ENR apparent op status quo.

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    • Eaglet says:

      Makes sense. I felt Floyd OD’d on Fentanyl laced cocaine or pills but to tell ya the truth I have not seen what the other officer was doing (holding his legs) …I have reviewed allot of videos. What was the other officer doing. I had a veterinarian tell me years ago that a injection site behind the knee (where the leg bends)goes undetected in an autopsy or inspection. (Have no idea if that true, but you get my jest)

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      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        Interesting. I hadn’t thought of anything like that at all.

        You never know. If people wanted to tie up loose ends, who knows?

        We saw what took place with Epstein. We know about the Coup. Nothing would surprise me any longer.

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      • yucki says:

        Figure the autopsy’s going to be sketchy, too.

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      • Linda K. says:

        If this was CIA, they made a public hit on this man to get rid of him and stir up civil unrest. I guess they do it in other countries, why not here? The problem is , it is now public knowledge that the two worked together. It is not just a cop/perp confrontation…they are letting the plot line out.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Yes, but how much easier, effective would it have been, though, to have put him in the police car and driven off with him, out of sight of all those people and a camera? Who would have been the wiser about what happened to the guy who cops had cuffed on the ground?

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    • bessie2003 says:

      Or if Floyd didn’t know until Chauvin showed up, in uniform, that Chauvin was law enforcement, perhaps what happened was anoverzealous attempt to get Floyd to ‘shut up’ it went too far ending in Floyd’s death?

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      • bessie2003 says:

        Thinking this because a reporter interviewing neighbors of Chauvin said they never knew he was law enforcement and they’d been neighbors for years, so Chauvin may have kept that bit of information hidden from those he interacted with in his ENR gig?

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        • Maquis says:

          His LEO status was most certainly a vital component to his function at ENR, difficult to imagine how or why he would conceal it there. Now keeping it from his neighbors makes it easier to avoid having to reconcile his finances and lifestyle in that social environment.

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    • icthematrix says:

      Perhaps, but wouldn’t have been much easier to do him off the grid, somewhere in the night, covertly?

      This was either: A – one stupid cop who was determined to send a message (maybe not kill him, but close); B – recognized he was spending counterfeit money that could be linked to the enterprise and decided to use the cover of a police action to off him….or C – his handlers wanted this to be seen for the purposes of lighting the match, which would receive plenty of external gas to throw on the fires.

      Right now it strikes me as an independent action he took to cover up the illegal operation, which set people into a rage, which Antifa gladly jumped in on. But I would never say never on the cabal being the orchestrator of these things.

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  18. Publius2016 says:

    44 ran around Pakistan Afghanistan in the early 80s…a feature of his community building…part of the Blackurian Program like Deval Patrick and Spartacus run by Mika’s Dad Brezinski…

    nothing to see here except of course, ANOTHER GLOBALIST DEEP STATE THINK TANK BLACK OP!

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  19. Brutalus says:

    Sounds like you’re already pretty down the rabbit hole…

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  20. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

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

    Is this the episode which involved current Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) ?

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    • Publius2016 says:

      makes sense why she’s such a lightweight brain wise!

      in debate, she totally freaked when super commie Mayor Pete questioned her record…

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        DO NOT LOOK AWAY!

        2001 gave extra powers to the FBI .. those powers led to extended powers in 2008…
        that allowed things to be shielded from scrutiny by tucking it behind national security. it created a behind the curtain police force…..

        Flynn wanted to restore terrorism to the DIA and CIA not police forces… that move would affect Comeys power and the people who utilize his tools (memos giving access to nsa database) for elections ( the winner controls all tax money and F the budget) etc….

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    • dd_sc says:

      Yes

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    • BitterC says:

      Yes. It also involved a perp pointing a shotgun at Chauvin and 5 other cops. All 6 fired.
      A grand jury refused to indict

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  21. FreyFelipe says:

    Truth has been battered so many times, and so severely, that it hardly seems to even have a pulse any more. Sundance is doing CPR, but it may take an act of God to pull the patient through.

    Liked by 8 people

    • MTeresa says:

      There are a lot of us prayer warriors praying daily for this President.

      I believe he is our last hope in saving the Republic.

      Liked by 9 people

    • cjzak says:

      Excellent conclusions. Sad but excellent. I pretty much have given up finding the truth anywhere, anytime, anymore. I blame the media for that.

      Liked by 1 person

      • yucki says:

        The media is a product of universities taken over by leftist postmodernism.
        It’s the progressive devaluation objective reality. Truth, facts don’t matter; it’s all feelings. History, even geography melt, replaced by lived experience.

        A consolation: the universities are unlikely to survive as we know them. Their financial distress is a bright spot in the dark times ahead.
        (And no more PRC lolly, boo-hoo!)

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  22. cheryl says:

    I watched this guy talk and all I could think is that it must be awfully easy to pass the bar because he didn’t seem to be the sharpest knife in the drawer.

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  23. Cheese says:

    45 boxes = 900,000 , 20,000 a box. Pallet of 50 boxes, some one’s cut is 100,000

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    • Eaglet says:

      There ya go….yeah a cool million is counterfeit money. Any bets that many people in that town have a few in their wallet by default unless the grocery store was the front to launder. hence the looting etc

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  24. bearsgrrr says:

    I think they killed him with bad drugs. They knew he was going to OD. They just didn’t “arrest” him fast enough before he died.

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    • somebody says:

      I wondered about bad drugs too.

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    • joebkonobi says:

      That would explain why Floyd was kept down on the ground until he had no pulse. They knew he was going to die, just not how long it would take. Be interesting to see the toxicology report. I read where defense has hired Dr. Baden to conduct an additional autopsy. The other clue is that apparently they had him in the passenger side of the squad car at one point and then Chauvin pulled him out and put Floyd on the ground. Smells like a hit job. Another mystery to find out who are the bad guys and who are the good guys. if there are any good guys.

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      • Maquis says:

        He went down upon his knees just getting out of his own car even with LEO’s kind assistance. He was in a bad way to start. Between the 911 call citing suspicion of GF being very high and immediate LEO observation of inability to stand his chemical crisis should have been obvious and attended to even before he lost bladder control and stopped breathing.

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        • BitterC says:

          He said he couldn’t breathe before he ever ended up on the ground with a knee on his neck.

          I believe he OD’d but that will not stop the railroading Chauvin is going to get

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  25. Tim Cunningham says:

    The sad thing is that George Floyd seems to have made a good start on turning his life around in Houston before he took the Minneapolis job.

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  26. RJ says:

    Could somebody get Val and her Dear Leader another drink while they lounge by the pool laughing and watching television? They have put in some really hard work, community organizing type work these past three years.

    Hillary called and thanked them both for the case of rare Chablis wine she received.

    All is well with the major Progressives…they do have much more work before this coming national election. Mail in voting for example! ;

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  27. Mike Lee DelMarcelle says:

    I am guessing Floyd had been spending counterfeit elsewhere prior to this and it was reported. They probably had it set up to arrest him where they did. It would be nice to know who the other two people in the car with him were.

    Liked by 7 people

    • John Bosley says:

      I predict all the officers involved in this arrest will meet an untimely death within a few months.
      Perhaps all their wives too.
      Dead men tell no tales.

      Liked by 2 people

  28. nerveman says:

    I am surprised Sundance went with the last two paragraphs. That would to me would seem to be crossing the rubicon. I’m all ears though.

    Liked by 3 people

  29. Publius2016 says:

    How do we know “victim” is dead? “cop” may soon disappear as this lose lose scenario eminds me of Epstein II

    Liked by 4 people

  30. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Most infuriating part of all of this, to me?

    If China had contained the freaking virus, Floyd is not out of work and none of this happens. Just like 100,000 Americans aren’t dead.

    My anger towards the CCP idiots knows no bounds.

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  31. How many hours until Crump signed with the family? He is a ghoul and I had hoped 8 years ago we’d never see him again. It does more harm than good to have this creep associated with the victims’ families.

    Liked by 1 person

  32. joeknuckles says:

    So, you are just going to lead us to the edge of the rabbit hole and invite us to look in it?

    I have a feeling you are not going to be able to resist helping to unravel this mystery.

    It’s what you do 🙂

    Liked by 4 people

  33. Gort says:

    Who is Daryl?

    Is “Lloyd” a misspelling of Floyd in the police report that Sundance coincidentally repeats in his text?

    Sheesh!

    Liked by 1 person

  34. AnotherView says:

    What an embarrassment. I find it hard to believe somebody with such a lack of grammar skills was able to obtain a JD. Liberal college degrees aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on. The guy is nothing but an ignorant loudmouth for the grievance industry. With all the money and scholarships minorities get plus Affirmative Action key to jobs, one would think the handlers behind this charade would at least find a polished, better educated mouthpiece for media to sell their agenda than Crump. He’s reminds me of a character out of the Amos n’ Andy show.

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  35. Ninja7 says:

    Time to change the narrative. Make the populace fearfull, or as the scriptures state making men’s hearts failing from the things that are happening. 🤔

    Just Saying.

    It is a battle between light and darkness.

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  36. kleen says:

    I will have to read it again… I’m like… wait! What?
    Huh?

    Liked by 1 person

  37. mimbler says:

    I may be alone in this, but I currently see this as “less than meets the eye”. Nearly everyone is saying that Chauvin murdered Floyd, and I just don’t see that. I thought it was obvious that his full weight wasn’t on Floyd from the way Floyd could move his head. And the knee wasn’t placed where it would cause asphyxiation which the autopsy now states.

    And with all those cameras rolling, I haven’t seen the video showing what happened immediately prior to Floyd being controlled on the ground. I suspect that video doesn’t support the narrative.

    Now, as time goes on, I may see evidence that totally changes my mind. But darn few people murder someone over a span of 8 minutes knowing they have 20 or so cameras filming their action.

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  38. JCM800 says:

    It never ceases to amaze…what technology comes up with, wow!
    How does this melting turd not discolor the white shirt?

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  39. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    Why didn’t dumb ho Margaret Brennan challenge Crump on his claim that Floyd died because he couldn’t breathe? The autopsy says Floyd DID NOT die from asphyxiation or strangulation.

    Liked by 3 people

    • FreyFelipe says:

      Saying he did not die from asphyxiation or strangulation doesn’t fit the narrative. When the truth is inconvenient, it must be ignored. Clearly, you are not a democrat or you would know this.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Todd says:

      This video is crucial:

      I think this video proves beyond a reasonable doubt that George Floyd did not die of asphyxiation. George Floyd’s voice can be heard in the video and it is loud and audible. In order to vocalize anything in a loud manner, sufficient air flow must cross the vocal chords. If he could not breathe, you wouldn’t hear anything.

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      • zorrorides says:

        George Floyd must be a prophet then, because in only a few minutes he went from using air flow to plead for breath, to not breathing and, as you so logically point out, making no sounds for you to hear. People do the darndest things when they are dying.

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      • dawndoe says:

        I think he was truly having trouble breathing. I think it is what one says when they are having trouble.

        Liked by 1 person

        • George Floyd, for a few minutes, did plead because he could breathe with some difficulty. But then he fell silent and stopped pleading for air. So I guess when he stopped begging to be able to breathe then that’s when he stopped breathing. You show us a 37 second video as proof that for 9 minutes Floyd was breathing??? Watch the whole 9 minute video. He doesn’t plead for air for the entire time.

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        • BitterC says:

          The report Sundance attached claims he was saying he couldn’t breathe before he ever ended up on the ground. It’s not clear, but I assume they called the ambulance before he hit the ground, too. They thought he was on drugs from the git go

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      • Bulldog84 says:

        Could have died from pressure on carotid artery.

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  40. USA-Patriot says:

    of all the color to chose from…. that is a great tie.

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  41. Paul Nelson says:

    I guess social distancing and lockdowns are not part of Antifa and BLM plans so they can do whatever they want and they have now proven that all states need to re-open immediately?? Which means it was a joke from the start!! Great job Sundance with insights and sunlight on El Nueblo Rodeo. Minneapolis has become a far left bastion and I wonder if it is a sanctuary city too? How many Somalis have been arrested for trying to join ISIS or ISIL? Far too many to count. Minnesota brought them in with open arms. Wasn’t Somalia the country that slaughtered American Army Rangers during Billy Joe Jim Bob Clinton’s time??

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  42. Bryan Alexander says:

    Sundance, El Nuevo Rodeo is only 1 block from the site of the police precinct that was destroyed. What kind of coincidence is that?

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  43. Mark Maffet says:

    “Deaf” — funny. Not a typo.

    Liked by 1 person

  44. Bulldog84 says:

    Crump is a bloodsucker. As much as he might talk about justice, once he collects his cash he’s gone, like the other profiteers who don’t really give a damn about changing communities for the better. He’s Al Sharpton with a law degree and without his own TV show.

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  45. Terra Rayner says:

    This may explain the unusual license plate on the vehicle that Floyd was murdered beside! It may also explain why the former cops neighbours had no idea he was a cop!! I’m gonna take a stab at it and say maybe Floyd didn’t know he was trying to pass off a counterfeit bill?? Could he have been about to expose them for this operation without knowing it?

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    • Bryan Alexander says:

      Maybe he knew and was blowing the operation by stealing some of the money when he wasn’t supposed to.

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  46. VoteAllIncumbantsOut says:

    This is why Bernie Madoff was taken out and put behind bars. HSBC was also involved.
    This I know from a very trustworthy source.

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  47. Todd says:

    As the medical examiner reported, Floyd did not die from asphyxiation.

    Medical examiner said they found "no physical findings that support a diagnosis of traumatic asphyxia or strangulation" in George Floyd's death https://t.co/yQcLoloQkO pic.twitter.com/0rtSn0ICNQ— Justin Miller (@justinjm1) May 29, 2020

    https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

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    • FreyFelipe says:

      This does not fit the narrative, so it must be ignored.
      — The Mob

      Liked by 1 person

    • Bryan Alexander says:

      Traumatic….. That means his trachea wasn’t crushed nor his hyoid (sp?) bone broken.

      The guy is struggling to breathe and CLEARLY looses consciousness, all the while the cop is sitting on him with his knee on his neck while he is in handcuffs.. The bystanders are PLEADING with the cops to check his pulse.

      Chauvin shows complete and reckless indifference to Floyd’s life.

      Question. When did Chauvin show up on scene. He wasn’t the initial arresting officer, was he?

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      • slowcobra says:

        No. Read the pdf, it’s in there.

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      • sharon goodson says:

        When I went into cardiac arrest – my first symptom was I felt like I could not breathe – I could talk to the ER nurse – and then I couldn’t – because technically i was dead

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    • “no physical findings that support a diagnosis of TRAUMATIC asphyxia or strangulation”.

      “Traumatic asphyxia” or “crush asphyxia” usually refers to compressive asphyxia resulting from being crushed or pinned under a large weight or force. An example of traumatic asphyxia includes cases where an individual has been using a car-jack to repair a car from below, and is crushed under the weight of the vehicle.”
      “Compressive asphyxia (also called chest compression) is mechanically limiting expansion of the lungs by compressing the torso, hence interfering with breathing.”
      THAT’S NOT WHAT HAPPENED TO FLOYD.

      Strangulation, by contrast, is defined by reduced air flow and/or blood flow to or from the brain via the intentional external compression of blood vessels or the airway in the neck.
      THAT’S NOT WHAT HAPPENED TO FLOYD

      “Positional” or “restraint” asphyxia is when a person is restrained and left alone prone, such as in a police vehicle, and is unable to reposition himself or herself in order to breathe. The death can be in the vehicle, or following loss of consciousness to be followed by death while in a coma, having presented with anoxic brain damage. The asphyxia can be caused by facial compression, neck compression, or chest compression. This occurs mostly during restraint and handcuffing situations by law enforcement, including psychiatric incidents. The weight of the restraint(s) doing the compression may contribute to what is attributed to positional asphyxia. Therefore, passive deaths following custody restraint that are presumed to be the result of positional asphyxia may actually be examples of asphyxia occurring during the restraint process.”
      THIS MAY HAVE HAPPENED TO FLOYD. THE MEDICAL EXAMINER HAS YET TO SAY IF THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED.

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  48. Eaglet says:

    In the videos I have viewed it appeared Floyd was foaming at the mouth or had a white substance or drool…He’s drugged, wont get in the police vehicle, the drug kicks in and he slids down the side of the vehicle and they put him in prone position, they have to go with it. Enter the narrative and activation of Anifta and BLM. <—They may not have burned the right Police/Security facility yet. The facility that "houses" Derek. Also he may not REALLY be suicidal, it is another narrative. If say this is even slim to the truth…1) Derek is "burned" to death by angry rioters (case closed) 2) Derek committed suicide (case closed)

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  49. Todd says:

    This is very interesting:

    https://bigleaguepolitics.com/medical-examiner-no-physical-findings-of-traumatic-asphyxia-or-strangulation-in-george-floyds-death/

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

    …. continued

    Forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden, who performed the autopsy of deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein that determined evident foul play, is expected to perform the second autopsy on Floyd’s body.

    “I’m awaiting their call to make the arrangements,” Dr. Baden said over the phone. “I would go to Minneapolis.”

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  50. sundance says:

    Floyd really, really, didn’t want to get in Derek Chauvin’s cop car.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Eaglet says:

      Right….Like a kitty cat being put in the carrier to go to the vet

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      • Yesterday I saw an angle where it wasn’t just the main cop on him, but another 2 at least were on him. If this was a hit, I wonder if he had an injection/needle to kill him later as they all pinned him. I am not a tin foil hat guy and I know it sounds crazy – but what in 2020 is not crazy at this point? None of this is normal. Nothing would surprise me. Why were 3 people on him? I’ll try to find it if it i’s not easily accessible.

        Then again, I have to question why they would even do this. What theories does anybody have as to why they couldn’t just take him in? I figure the only answer is to create this optic. But would Chauvin really want to go to jail and put a hit on him? The more I type and think of this the more baffled I am.

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    • Ed Holder says:

      Someone else pointed out that the indictment text mentions him being put in the other squad car (not Chauvin’s). Not sure there is much significance to that detail.

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    • lostandfound says:

      All of these videos about George Floyd show a single picture and then turns blue, “cannot be shown at this time.” Are they being removed from public viewing?

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    • BitterC says:

      Sundance, the charging document says clearly the responding officers tried to put Floyd in their squad (mpd320). When Chauvin and his partner arrived, they made several more attempts to put Floyd into the back of squad 320.

      They never tried to put him in Chauvin’s car

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