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:

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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. Why didn’t EMT’s occupy the ambulance and try to administer aid? Why were uniformed officers in an ambulance?

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  2. bessie2003 says:

    This is the first post on this topic that begins to make sense of what happened. Thank you Sundance for being willing to go down those rabbit holes and bring sunlight to areas that would rather stay hidden.

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  3. Bogeyfree says:

    We know we have a lot of bad apples involved in government agencies in DC right?

    So, why do we assume this front operation if possibly run by the feds is necessarily white hat feds?

    Maybe I’m missing something.

    Just asking for a friend.

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  4. Perot Conservative says:

    Big question. How many other Minneapolis police officers work a second shift at the nightclub?

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  5. Perot Conservative says:

    Can we get any Golden Gopher Treepers to tell us about the restaurant / nightclub?

    Or do some recon?

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    • Sentient says:

      If you have any specific suggestions, I will. I’m not the brightest when it comes to sussing things out. A couple quick thoughts: Don’t know anything about El Nuevo Rodeo, but George Floyd was also reported to have worked as a bouncer at a downtown restaurant/dance club called Conga Latin Bistro. https://www.kare11.com/article/news/local/george-floyd/everybody-loved-floyd-remembering-george-floyd/89-884120ac-a39b-4688-aa27-4d8d37186f4e He also is said to have rented an apartment from the owner of Conga – Jovanni Thunstrom. https://www.startribune.com/boss-remembers-george-floyd-as-a-good-friend-person-and-a-good-tenant/570775702/

      FYI, over the years, our local weekly, City Pages, has done a lot of reporting on Basim Sabri, and City Pages usually has a pretty intact data record of its stories. I’ll see if it’s searchable.

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      • Sentient says:

        Here’s a 2007 story about Basim Sabri http://www.citypages.com/news/sabris-second-act-6685806

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      • sysconfig says:

        Thanx Sundance..if anyone recalls 3 days of the Condor..you never get in a car with known agents after invite. and heck..everybody here looks like they knew each other. The indictment is laughable as it gave Derek a know out..that Floyd had an underlying problem hypertension..give me a break..99 percent of Blacks have that..I’m surprised they didnt throw in sickle cell anemia..but it cleverly mitigates intent…
        The Basim factor..a jordanian..50 plus relatives here..owns 5 blocks of the south side..tenants principally latino and somali..ie secftion 8..gubbamin’ subsidized..a slum lord..still..he gets the money and he is rich…what better captive market for drugs and illegal activities than that that setup..
        https://www.livecareer.com/resume-search/r/ceo-business-owner-e0651815c7e04e5aa4005b5938dc628b

        this really smacks of a hit on Floyd if somehow he managed get to get to Basims club stash.and they dispatched Derek to clean it up..

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        • California Joe says:

          You think being out of his mind on Fentanyl had anything to do with killing him or unlike the thousands of Americans who die from it George Floyd was exempt? Even the store owner said he was stoned out of his mind but we’re supposed to ignore that!

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          • Tazio Nuvolari says:

            Got a source that he was high on Fentanyl?

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            • upstate909 says:

              I believe that was documented in the released 911 call from the convenience store employee. Fentanyl was not specifically identified, but it was observed he was disoriented.

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          • sysconfig says:

            A toxicology report would have been helpful..a fentanyl connection with the club would be spectacular..and would explain the presence of a dirty cop a la Serpico

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          • oldumb says:

            So you think he died of Fentanyl as he was lying on his stomach, putting pressure on his diaphragm (he was a big guy = more pressure), with his hands behind his back – no relief from the pressure, while he had a knee on his carotid artery for over 8 minutes…?

            I guess we are supposed to ignore all of that and focus on Fentany. BIG STRETCH but if that is what you need to believe. Oh and you source of the store owner saying he was stoned. Impeccable with a history of stoner diagnosis. But you “believe”. OK.

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        • jeff montanye says:

          of course if the perp were a non club member civilian, s/he would be charged with the felony of aggravated assault and the subsequent death laid on. like a liquor store robber pulling a gun and the clerk dies of a heart attack. felony murder for the martha stewarts among us.

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  6. pyrthroes says:

    Sundance strikes again… our personal naivite regarding such ostensibly cut-and-dried events as Minneapolis’ descent to anarchy via Chauvin-Floyd looms boundless.

    If, as seems plausible, this Antifa-Soros spark was struck by a long-standing “3-letter agency” provocateur/surveillance op, both DOJ and FBI, thereby new-minted DNI head John Ratcliffe, will have extensive files on everything from backdoor counterfeiting to money-laundering to Ellison-Ilhan Omar’s Somali terrorist ties perfusing Minnesota’s subreptive 5th Congressional District.

    As an aside, we note that denizens of Africa’s numerous Failed States do tend to infest U.S. quota-hiring venues. Among others, the warden of NYC’s Metropolitan Correction Center (MCC) during Jeffrey Epstein’s misfortunate termination was a suitably tinctured Senegalese ex-soccer manager named Lamine N’Diaye, promptly spun off for malfeasance too malodorous for words.

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  7. Jeffrey Coley says:

    Just one question about the very interesting pattern of facts presented above: If Derek Chauvin was acting on concerns of the shady 3 letter agencies that George Floyd was jeopardizing their black-bag ops they’re running out of ENR … how does a white cop “murdering” an unarmed black man, in broad daylight, on the street in full view of witnesses recording the incident on cell phones, REDUCE the risk of exposing the secret squirrels network? If anything, it seems to me creating an incident that results in Chauvin arrested and charged with murder, and touches of race riots across the United States attracts all sorts of unwanted attention and exponentially INCREASES the risk to the operation.

    Sometimes, things are exactly as they appear. George Floyd, like Eric Garner before him, died because he had heart disease and the exertion of resisting arrest was too much for him. He died because the officer (allegedly) didn’t respond appropriately to the medical emergency and continued restraining him even after he lost consciousness.

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    • John Bosley says:

      Or how bout it is exactly like Sundance points out.
      Sometimes things spin out of control.
      Sh!te happens.

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      • jeff montanye says:

        perhaps the plan was to get him into chauvin’s (what a name!) car and have him die trying to escape or some such. floyd foresaw this and screwed their pooch. chauvin had to wing it but he knew what his orders were.

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      • Mary says:

        They did not intend to kill Floyd. They were just teaching him a lesson.

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    • zorrorides says:

      Officer Chauvin stayed in the kneeling posture over George Floyd so as to not acknowledge to those present that the man was already dead. Avoid a messy scene, dontcha know?

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    • markjohnson2303 says:

      Agreed,

      Sloppy control techniques employed. Leaving a cuffed perp on his stomach (a no-no) and additionally kneeling on his neck, led to positional asphyxiation which exasperated any underlying health issues leading to Floyd’s demise. Im sure the technique used goes against both MPD training and department policy.

      As soon as a perp is cuffed he should be moved to sitting on his butt and a quick check on his welfare.

      I see manslaughter, not intentional inducement of death.

      I think it’s quite a large leap to assume this cop is protecting a federal undercover operation by murdering someone in bright daylight.

      But then again, this situation wasn’t a murder, but more likely manslaughter

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      • mikeyboo says:

        Mark-You make good points-especially as the officers knew they were being recorded on cell phones.

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      • aisheschayal says:

        Well, I guess you could see it that way if you choose to ignore the counterfeit money, the unusual connections to alternate work place and family, the fact that Chauvin had quite a few years experience and doesn’t seem likely to have made sloppy mistakes. If one takes the staged theory, you would have to ignore the sudden fairly well organized rioting and looting across the U.S. with Antifa involvement and Mayor’s standing down and media being ready to roll with narrative and cameras. But then there are those that say that PT colluded with the Russians, he should have been impeached and he is responsible for the virus, and now of course he’s responsible for the riots. It seems impossible but as the cliché goes, “this is real life” or maybe it isn’t.

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      • 24may98 says:

        Too soon to call the charge, more data could raise a motive.

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    • markjohnson2303 says:

      Agreed,

      Sloppy control techniques employed. Leaving a cuffed perp on his stomach (a no-no) and additionally kneeling on his neck, led to positional asphyxiation which exasperated any underlying health issues leading to Floyd’s demise. Im sure the technique used goes against both MPD training and department policy.

      As soon as a perp is cuffed he should be moved to sitting on his butt and a quick check on his welfare.

      I see manslaughter, not intentional inducement of death.

      I think it’s quite a large leap to assume this cop is protecting a federal undercover operation by murdering someone in bright daylight.

      But then again, this situation wasn’t a murder, but more likely manslaughter

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      • Mist'ears Mom says:

        Watching the video it certainly doesn’t appear that there was any concern that Floyd was seriously harmed, not by the all officers on scene or my the EMT’s.
        Their behavior is NOT NORMAL for an ambulance call picking up someone in serious distress.
        Floyd may have been totally alive and passed out when placed in that ambulance.
        The EMT’s took his pulse and there was no code called…
        no rush to the hospital – in fact someone on another thread said the ambulance went the wrong direction from the closest hospital…not sure if this is true but the whole scene does not make sense.

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        • jeff montanye says:

          seth rich walked into the hospital talking . . .

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          • Mist'ears Mom says:

            sorry don’t get your point?

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            • jeff montanye says:

              you write that the emts don”t look as if floyd was seriously harmed. he’s dead now though.

              seth rich didn’t look seriously harmed when he went into hospital. he’s dead now though.

              indications that the former may have run afoul of a three letter agency.

              ditto on the latter.

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              • Mist'ears Mom says:

                Ah ha maybe so …. it seems suspicious to me if you watch them…there is no urgency. Why is that? Suspicous minds want to know 😉

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      • guest4ever says:

        Wow Sundance. That just brings up more questions. REALLY, REALLY FISHY!!! Sure could have been set up.

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        • Mist'ears Mom says:

          Watching the complete video it is apparent that Officer Chauvin’s weight is on his right kneeling leg and NOT the leg on Floyds neck. I tried it, you can look like there is weight being put without actually putting much weight…
          Was the amount of force applied enough to strangle Floyd? Not according to the coroner.
          Something is very wrong here.
          Also how come the picture they keep showing of Chauvin looks nothing like him?

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          • Terence Gore says:

            Left hip is outside left knee in most of video (means weight is shifted to his left and on left knee)

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            • Mist'ears Mom says:

              No it isn’t – the weight is on the knee that is not on the neck. That’s why he loses his balance and has his hand in his pocket when he does. Try it at home its not possible and he keeps moving his shin/knee around he isn’t grinding it into the guys neck or using it for balance or support.

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          • LULU says:

            That the video didn’t look like the photos of Chauvin we’ve seen elsewhere raised that question for me….

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      • Tazio Nuvolari says:

        Why are the Minneapolis Park Police there? They’re assigned to police parks and recreation areas.

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        • markjohnson2303 says:

          Quite often neighboring jurisdictions will help out if no agency officers are available for backup.

          As you can see he didn’t take a primary role, but looks like he was handed some biographical info for him to run. They probably share the same dispatch.

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      • AnotherView says:

        I am stunned….this brings up some serious questions about Floyd and that cop. Floyd appeared drunk or drugged getting out of the car, but what was that reaction with Chavin all about? Looks personal to me.

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      • markjohnson2303 says:

        The question at the end of that video Asks if Floyd was murdered.

        You can’t tell from that video alone. We don’t have all the facts, so until we see everything, history of relationship between the two, the best that can be proved in court is manslaughter, even then, if an underlying condition can be determined through an autopsy (heart condition, narcotics) the positional asphyxiation Will only be one aggravating factor.

        Tough one to prove in court, so many different factors can. I wouldn’t even give this case first degree status, more likely second degree manslaughter.

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      • Jeffrey Coley says:

        https://www.nationalreview.com/2020/05/what-we-do-and-dont-know-now-about-george-floyds-death/

        The “closer vehicle” is park police, not regular PD. The officers take Floyd to the closest Minneapolis PD vehicle.

        Everything in the video is consistent with the story told in the indictment against Chauvin. Floyd appeared to be intoxicated (note he slips getting out of the vehicle, and is wobbly on his feet as the officer walks him over to sit against the building.) Then he is initially compliant and cooperative … until he is placed under arrest, at which point he becomes agitated and refuses to get into the police vehicle. Again – not uncommon. People seem to think “if they can’t get me into the vehicle then they can’t take me to jail.” They also refuse to get OUT of the vehicle at the jail, too, for the same reason. Three (four?) officers try to wrestle him into the back seat through the driver’s side door, with one (Chauvin) pulling from the passenger side. Floyd, resisting strongly, ends up going all the way through and out the other side. Then he winds up on the ground where we see him being restrained in the infamous cellphone video.

        It is now clear – EMS was probably called because Floyd, apparently intoxicated and combative, might have needed to be sedated. The call might have gone out as well due to his medical complaint (“I can’t breathe” – although he is speaking, which means he is not being prevented from breathing.). The restraint hold used not just by Chauvin but also the other 2 officers (visible in other videos, controlling Floyd’s body and legs) is consistent with the approach for a suspect exhibiting “excited delirium” – an often drug-induced psychosis with an out of control flight or fight response, often caused by drugs, that can result in sudden cardiac death.

        You’re probably correct about all the sketchy details regarding ENR and the shady underworld of Minneapolis, but I doubt it had anything to do with what went down here.

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      • Jeffrey Coley says:

        Aside – who is this “The Conservador” guy? A treeper? He has this tiny little YouTube channel (growing, but still pretty small) and these videos with 5 views.

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    • bill johnston says:

      So how long will Officer Chauvin be with us?

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    • Given their prior work connection, I think the cop was trying to make a point, to square up for a grudge he had over the victim. I have seen plenty of guys really keep the pressure on way past reasonableness due to personal feelings getting involved. And the cop maybe watched too much UFC or did not care that he was obviously harming the victim. Clearly they had a history about something because of one thing that people should agree on: Cops or professional hitters or contract hitters do not engage in even manslaughter conduct in plain sight, let alone conduct that might, catch them a charge, as the underclass terms it, of murder3rd……So the suggestion that this was an organized hit is 100 percent wrong. Hitters are very private men and do this stuff in the darkness. No, this is a cop who had a beef to settle and wanted to dominate this man and did not care if he was putting his life in danger, and also did not think about how stress and secondary medical dilapidation can play a role in a sudden vascular incident. He did not think the guy might stroke out or heart attack out or keel over. He was making a point about dominance that he had wanted to make to the victim for a long time and he got carried away.

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      • InAz says:

        @ kevin(@1franksinatra)

        When I was 19 years old my father was the City Judge. One of the police officers did not like my father and this cop harassed me several times. This was before cell phones and small camcorders. So I wrote down everything everytime this cop stopped me. We had to get an attorney. The cop quit.
        When my son was in college in Phoenix he was stopped…cop asked why he was skipping school…cop thought my son was in high school…cop was horrible to my son and threatened him. We got him an audio recorder, to not be obvious in getting proof of cop harassing, and told him to write down everything after recording every time this cop stopped him. We had to hire an attorney to get the harassment stopped.

        Where I live I was always stopped because of the vehicle I drove….cops just knew I was a drug runner or had illegals…and every cop was rude and threatening. Kept a record of that also.

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  8. mr. deacon says:

    Forget the lawyer. Useful race baiting trained idiot to be used by the leftist politicians and media. Shime Waza, or, the technique that involves various ways of using pressure applied by a thumb(s), or knee, or arm, or other utility, to cut off the flow of someones blood or air to a windpipe or carotid artery. Most of the time, the one that is having the technique administered to them has approximate seven or eight seconds before losing consciousness. I have found by reciprocal experience, that is normally the case. Anything beyond that time frame can possibly, and most likely will, cause an adverse reaction within the brain and heart resulting in death. Some say the motive was strictly racial. White cop(s) killed black man for no reason other than the color of his skin. Then we learn that there is a possibility the two knew each other and there may have been a personal reason. Now we are looking at the possibility the cop actually did not know the victim personally but knew or learned who he was and was sent to shut him up. That begs the question of why the cop would imagine he would get away with murder?
    Phase two. Riots and assaults being carried out by nefarious and dubious actors that are totally unrelated to the victim by any ideology, race, or political affiliation, or to any motive concerning the death of the victim. They are trained and organized anarchists. In whose grace and service they reside is one question. How to resolve the issue is another. Perhaps the rioters and the victim have common financial ties after all. Anyway, its all in the Socialist/Communist book of dirty tricks.

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  9. Comrade Mope says:

    So are the protesters being paid with counterfeit money? Seems the best way to get rid of the evidence is to give it to these protesters and let them pass it. It would muddy the investigative waters and incentivize the protesters. Then the paymaster disappears.

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    • Dee Paul Deje says:

      You mean like this:

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      Maybe. Tell the hired protesters that “they may be watching us; try to spend your per diem at small businesses and try not to throw it in the bank where they can keep tract of us.”

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    • CM-TX says:

      Possible. There are some videos surfacing showing cash being paid to participants to do various things. One guy was paying people to move tables to block street or something. There’s also active efforts to ID some of those people.

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  10. Eric says:

    Crump talking about “underlining” health conditions and drugs means he knows this guy had a heart condition, high blood pressure and probably had drugs in his system. They are aiding and abetting the lie he died from suffocation – which the coroner already found was not the case.

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  11. Sur says:

    The Floyd family has asked governor Walz to have Keith Ellison As their attorney.

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  12. bgood says:

    Wonder who shot the original video and how did it get to the media?

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  13. Wallace says:

    Interesting stuff. One thing that you seemed to miss – according to the indictment they were trying to get him into the squad car of Kueng and Lane, not Chauvin’s. And, the indictment says he started to resist before Chauvin even showed up.

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  14. Sue says:

    The governor (walz) acknowledged he’s strongly considering taking the unprecedented step of replacing Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman in the prosecution of the Minneapolis police officers

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  15. Curt says:

    I’m not so sure that this officer actually killed George Floyd. Autopsy results show Floyd died of a heart attack. His system was found to contain drugs that the coroner alludes to as illegal drugs?? Floyd did NOT die from asphyxiation. Did the officer’s actions contribute to his death? That very possibly APPEARS to be the case. I would hate to be in this position because, like Flynn, they will railroad this guy. Right now everyone seems to need a scape goat. Haven’t heard too much on the news as to the ’cause of death’ or even the coroner’s preliminary results……..

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  16. Chewbarkah says:

    Maybe Sundance is onto something — he often is — but it’s not unusual for “clubs” to be associated with crime and money-laundering, without involvement of three-letter agencies. Why would “former owner” Maya Santamaria introduce herself into the story if she was a frontman who knows there is a lot to hide? In this theory, does she WANT it all to come out?

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      What she said on TV was interesting. She was painting Chauvin as a hot head who seemed ‘scared’ in confrontations, and then quickly maced people out front on a regular basis.

      (Side note: lots of bouncers these days are Somoan or Tongan, or former wrestlers. Perfect skill set. Wrestlers take you to the ground, and its over.)

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    • Well, she came to us through the media. So odds are she (they) wanted us to know about them. If this theory is correct, I wonder if Chauvin knew he’d get away with it, riots would be started in a way that’s politically convenient for another entity, and his getting off will lead to no problems. Only way it would make sense to put George away and put himself in front of a camera as he does what he does. The other thought is he wanted to send a message, but it went wrong and somebody else put the final touch on George. Oh this is nuts…

      Sundance you are amazing. Grant me the energy to see this clearly.

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      • Jim says:

        Are we sure he’s ACTUALLY dead?

        Did anyone notice the person supposedly dying on screen void his bladder or bowels?

        Was this to somehow put a lid on activity there for a while?

        Minor power struggle between street-level thug and mid-level management of alphabet org?

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  17. Perot Conservative says:

    Humm … but does Chauvin now take a fall for a three-letter agency?

    Or if he’s let off on a technicality, or let out in 2 or 3 years, don’t we get nationwide riots again?

    Or, Arkancide ala Epstein?

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  18. billrla says:

    This looks like another Las Vegas-type operation, with a list of questions growing longer by the minute.

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  19. Tl Howard says:

    Well, I see they’ve gotten to Floyd’s family. Fox just played a snippet of an interview with Floyd’s brother, with whom POTUS spoke on the phone. He said “it was real short and I kept trying to talk and he was just talkin’ over me .” There you go. Dems are really good at this.

    Sundance has up a video of Rubio saying there are violent protestors on the left AND the right. Sundance and other commenters ask Rubio, “Where?”

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  20. sync says:

    What….unbelievable….

    Susan Rice makes claim Russians could be behind violent George Floyd demonstrations

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/susan-rice-suggests-russians-behind-violent-george-floyd-demonstrations

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  21. Tl Howard says:

    I guess the Philly mayor is essentially “defying” Trump by not using the Guard.

    I hope some a-hole tears down the statue of Rocky. That ought cost him a lot of votes.

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  22. John says:

    Good way to launder counterfeit small change for real money and pocket the difference.

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  23. WOW!!! We don’t know a “smidgen” of what goes on in this country!!

    The only thing I know for sure now, everything is about getting rid of President Trump!!!

    Sundance, you’re damn good!!!

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  24. visage13 says:

    Why is everything never as it seems?? I will say this people on my FB timeline are starting to wake up to the fact that COVID was not what is was reported to be. On Wed they were outraged by the crowds at the scrubbed launch but now seeing all these protests there is no mention of COVID whatsoever except to say I guess it wasn’t as big deal as they said since rioting is allowed and they are upset that churches are still not opened (rightfully so). After the successful launch yesterday there were no mentions of crowds only pride that the Space Coast is back in business.

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    • jay says:

      So, on or about June 15 we should see a surge of Covid19, hospitals overrun with patients and Dr F. And Dr scarf 🧣 telling us we must go back to lockdown.

      RIGHT???????!!!

      No- the pandemic is last weeks chaos.

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    • mikeyboo says:

      The fact that they were endangering public health is outweighed-apparently-by the fact they are “justice warriors”-snort!

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  25. billmonnie says:

    Sundance: Last night I attempted to seek clarification on this issue of Floyd and Chauvin knowing each other and working together. But my comments were blocked. If it was The Conservative Treehouse that blocked me, then I take that as a compliment for getting a jump on your story. If it is something else, then I am concerned…..Faithfully yours, Bill Monnie

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  26. Mario Flores says:

    Likely the club is a Mexican cartel operation laundering their own money. They take real money from their patrons and hand back the fake singles without suspicion. Singles that are used to tip the exotic dancers and never leave the premises. Floyd probably got greedy and stole some of the fraudulent bills for himself. Stealing from the cartel and calling unwanted attention to their laundering operation gets Floyd marked for death. Officer Chavin who moonlights at the same strip club is an enforcer for the cartel. He shows up on the arrest scene to kill Floyd.

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  27. moondrops says:

    Orlando Sentinel says Derek had a vacation home near Orlando. A 3/2, bought in ’11 for $210k. Do many cops have vacation homes in Florida?

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  28. deplorable says:

    What do we know about the person who initially called the cops for Floyd allegedly passing a counterfeit $20?

    And what do we know about the person who filmed the event?

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  29. grahampink says:

    Is there anything in America that doesn’t involve one of the Alphabet Agencies?
    From this to 9-11 to Jeffrey Epstein to ObamaGate to JFK to…

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    • guest4ever says:

      grahampink—I don’t think so. Unfortunately. Why do I think they’re (the 3 letter agencies) are just the enforcement arms of the really nefarious operations out there?

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  30. Niagara Frontier says:

    The DOJ/FBI should have fresh data. From an October 13, 2016 article we know that the “DOJ will collect data on police use of force and civilian deaths in custody.”

    Okay Mr. Wray, where’s the data? Let’s see what you have so far. I hope somebody FOIA’s this information immediately. Perhaps the data doesn’t exist because this is one of those FBI tasks that fell through the cracks while they were playing “Get the President.”

    https://www.pbs.org/newshour/nation/doj-will-probe-police-use-force-civilian-deaths-custody

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    • Mist'ears Mom says:

      The CDC collects and reports on this data. It takes a few years to compile so I think the latest stats are from 2015.
      https://stacks.cdc.gov/view/cdc/57907/cdc_57907
      Another good read is the report from the Dolan Consulting Group who did a study called “Dispelling the Myths Surrounding Police Use of Force” by Richard R. Johnson, Ph.D.
      The main idea is that what is not being talked about it the use of unjustified force.
      Its finding are the incidents of the use of unjustified force is very rare.

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  31. TheLastDemocrat says:

    Amazing that someone is paying people to post this garbage.

    And amazing that you took the job.

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  32. Spatch says:

    Sundance, your preference to sit this one out isn’t going to make it go away. You know damn well this is what Trump is up against. We realize it can be an exhaustive endeavor involving another so called conspiracy theory but don’t abandon us now. Like Trump, you’ve got this…

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  33. mikeyboo says:

    Why is this anti-Semitic crap permitted on The Treehouse

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  34. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    I believe a grand jury declined to prosecute Chauvin in the afore mentioned shooting.

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  35. jahealy says:

    deaf … 😂

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  36. Paul murphy says:

    SD:
    You are making a doubtful assumption here. I would bet real money the cop did not kill him- a drug overdose did.
    The restraining move used (the knee on neck thing) is fairly common and not normally dangerous to someone who does not struggle.

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  37. jumpinjarhead says:

    ““Officer” (in quotes deliberately) Derek Chauvin did kill George Floyd; that’s not the issue.”

    I have been away from “news” for a while. Has there been additional evidence released to the public confirming the actual cause of death was the behavior of the cop as shown in the video?

    The last I heard was the autopsy did not support the original allegation (assumption from the video?) that the cop suffocated or strangled the deceased with his knee as so many have stated with absolute certainty since this went viral. Has more evidence come to light?

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    • Mist'ears Mom says:

      No its everybody speculating that the officers knee killed Floyd. However it is possible to restrain someone without cutting off air with the knee. Watching the entire video it is apparent that the officers full weight wasn’t on the knee holding Floyd down it was on the other knee holding the officer up.
      Now the idiot crunk comes up with saying there was intent…Floyd resisted arrest and would not get into the police car. There was a crowd of people yelling at the cops.
      Almost every criminal who gets arrested these days starts screaming “I can’t breathe & police brutality” its the go to, LEO hear it thousands of times esp in areas with high crime & blacks…with no evidence it is actually happening.
      You think that may be why they didn’t pay attention? Does that form intent?
      Another thing crunk says…
      this is for the inequality of unarmed black men being killed by the po-lice. This is to expose po-lice brutality. Please -more unarmed white men are killed by police then black men.
      There are $17,000+ police STATIONs in America. LEO officers all over America are assaulted daily in their line of work sustaining recordable bodily injury. The injuries sustained by LEO’s just doing their jobs is 1000X more ‘epidemic” and serious than any ‘systemic’ racism.
      In fact the restraint our LEO’s uphold in the face of the crap, vitriol and violence they are exposed to 24/7 is what should be broadcasted not this bs pc political race baiting by this moron set to line his own pockets with a hefty lotto win from the MN taxpayers.
      Also further inciting rioting and division.

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      • jumpinjarhead says:

        Thank you for a sensible counterbalancing post to so many of those I have sadly seen here and elsewhere, many ostensibly by conservatives, who have gotten way ahead of the evidence and the law in their apparent haste to convict the cops (of murder no less) solely on the basis of a viral cellphone video (in terms of “evidence”) and in all probability also “encouraged” by the cacophony of the lamestream media and (anti) social media literally screaming “bloody murder.”

        Many cannot seem to make a distinction between disapproving of or being concerned by what is depicted in the video and concluding absolutely (without any reservation such as pending more evidence etc.) that the cops committed murder.

        If we conservatives ever need to be circumspect in what we feel, think and say, it is now. This event should be a wake up call to all who have perhaps “over-reacted” as to how easily any of us can be manipulated by events and their “news” coverage to actually embrace a narrative that may be only half true.

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  38. DWL says:

    Same black lawyer that brought a fake witness to testify at the last hoax trial and, once again, no one in trouble with the law.

    Jussie Smollett, walked free, all the DOJ/FBI/NSD culprits walking around free…..

    Maybe you were holding back for timing with the election or just too damned lazy to indict, but either way,
    YOU killed the law.
    You killed my faith in justice.
    You made this

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  39. mimbler says:

    Looks like a new poster, but not one that will be here long.

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  40. giesse says:

    I was looking at this article:
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/carlieporterfield/2020/05/29/george-floyd-and-derek-chauvin-worked-at-the-same-nightclub-but-may-not-have-known-each-other-owner-says/#6be0ff9274d8
    where they interview Maya Santamaria, the owner of the El Nuevo Rodeo at the time of the possible interaction between Floyd and Chauvin.

    It looks like the MSMs are pushing the narrative that Chauvin and Floyd worked at the El Nuevo Rodeo for more than one year without meeting.

    But looking at their Web Site:
    http://elnuevorodeo.com
    and after a quick search on Google Map
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/El+Nuevo+Rodeo/@44.9483655,-93.2327103,17z/data=!4m8!1m2!2m1!1s%22el+nuevo+rodeo%22+google+map!3m4!1s0x0:0x412b4ad061b7523e!8m2!3d44.948153!4d-93.2325795
    We can draw 2 easy conclusions:

    1) This is not a very big place. It would be quite difficult that Floyd and Chauvin never met because “Chauvin worked outside” and “Floyd worked inside”. In fact, it has just 34 small tables and 9 fancy sofas for VIP folks. Also, the aerial view and the unassuming entrance corroborate this take.
    2) Looking at the menu, it looks like it is not targeting very rich people. Yes, wines are a tad expensive, the place organizes events in a little stage inside, but they are also offering deals of 3 tacos for less than 7 bucks.
    How can they afford the “several dozen people working security on popular music nights” cited in the article?

    Sundance is right, something is amiss here.

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  41. Blue Moon says:

    I was going to bring this up yesterday but I was afraid I would be attacked for it. So here goes–yesterday I read a twitter account where this guy said basically what SD has just said. He said that these 2 men worked together in a money laundering scheme and that Chavin (I think) was muslin. I told my husband what I was reading and then I went and refreshed the account to see what other comments were posted and lo and behold everything I had read just disappeared. This guy also said if you watch the video Chavin sits on his neck with his hand in his pocket, then his partners go and check his pulse and then knowing the man is dead he continues sitting on his neck. Chavin has a look about him that is very suspicious. I wish I had made a copy of the twitter account.

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  42. Mist'ears Mom says:

    We need suspicious cat pic here!

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  43. lgstarr says:

    We are re-watching “Homeland” and, for some reason, I thought of the situation in Season One where Brody/Damian Lewis (under orders by his captors) severely beats the African-American Walker (fellow captive and sniper scout) thinking he had killed him.

    Perhaps Derek was ordered by Brennan to kill George Floyd. Stranger things have happened.

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  44. “Dig a little deeper and something else becomes evident… The ownership might connect to one or more U.S. three letter agencies.”

    SD, I think you meant to write, “Dig a little deeper and something else becomes ebident.” FTFY.

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  45. Rodney Plonker says:

    Here’s a link to the charging document. Some things to note.
    1.Chauvin was not the arresting officer but part of the backup.
    2. Floyd was complaining he could not breath before he was placed on the ground.
    3. Chauvin explaining why he was restraining him refers to”Excited delirium”. This will come up as his defense.

    https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/6933246-Derek-Chauvin-Complaint.html?fbclid=IwAR0eATNfWQQcwYsQU1vFmQJ5mOW5xX_g4udpMXqvc8JAWOCPluKhMJzNUgM

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  46. California Joe says:

    Is this guy Ben Crump the janitor at the Motel 6? WTF!

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  47. Galahad says:

    Lots of mob/Gov shadowy stuff with night clubs. Like Jack ruby’s place in Dallas where the ss partied before jfks murder

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  48. TreeClimber says:

    Ad Rem, cleanup on aisle 2!

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