June 20, 2021

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Forensic medicine: heart disease and drugs are not “direct causes of death” of George Floyd

George Floyd Murder case

Andrew Baker (first from right), the chief forensic examiner of Hennepin County, Minnesota, testifies in court. (Reuters)

George Floyd had scuffled with the police before he was handcuffed and fell to the ground

George Floyd was killed by police last year, detonating the “Black Lives Matter” (Black Lives Matter) ethnic equality movement in the United States. The forensic doctor stated that Freud had heart disease and used drugs before his death, but these were not his “direct causes of death.”

Agence France-Presse reported that Andrew Baker, the chief forensic examiner of Hennepin County, Minnesota, told the jury during the trial of the death of a white police officer Derek Chauvin with his knee on Freud’s neck. Regiment, Floyd’s death was caused by his “binding and neck compression” when he was subdued by the police.

Baker said that Floyd had a slightly larger heart, narrowed coronary arteries, and the use of fentanyl, but these were not direct causes of Floyd’s death, but “facilitating causes.”

He explained that Floyd had scuffled with the police before he was handcuffed and fell to the ground. This would cause Floyd to secrete stress hormones, especially adrenaline, which would speed up the heartbeat and demand the body. Provide more oxygen.

Baker believes that Floyd’s process of being subdued by the police has exceeded the limit of the above-mentioned heart condition.

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