George Floyd died of asphyxiation, not from an overdose of fentanyl, as stated by agent Derek Chauvin. This was established by kinematic researcher Martin Tobin in his testimony at the ongoing trial in Minneapolis, as the BBC reported. The doctor told the jury that he had watched videos of Floyd’s last minutes “hundreds of times” and concluded that “even a healthy person will die” after undergoing the treatment.
About three minutes before Chauvin removed his knee from Floyd’s neck, Tobin explained, “there isn’t an ounce of oxygen left in his body.” “The knee remains on the neck for 3 minutes and 27 seconds after he took his last breath,” the pathologist said, also explaining that it is also the position of the handcuffs and the man’s was pressed face down onto the asphalt they played. part of his death.
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