Why We Need First Degree Murder Charges For The Assassins Of Mr. Floyd 

The independent autopsy report on the death of George Lloyd came out:”mechanical asphyxia and interruption of blood flow to the brain”. That was confirmed by the County Examiner roughly at the same time: homicide. Two independent studies, same conclusion. Three police officers sat on the victim, one on the neck, cutting carotid flow to the brain. In my opinion, the officer who sat on the back is probably even more culprit than the one on the neck, as he prevented diaphragm expansion.  

Now George pleaded that he couldn’t breathe. Spectators also pleaded. However the officers kept on smothering him. Here are George Floyd’s last words:

Deliberate Infliction Of Torture And Death

First-degree murder:

Any intentional murder that is willful and premeditated with malice aforethought

Once one is told: because of your action, I can’t breathe, and I am going to die, they are going to kill me, and one persists, even for nearly three minutes after perceiving no pulse, and informing all the officers that there was no pulse, one is certainly premeditating death, maliciously. Actually “pressing” was a recognized form of execution in Anglo-Saxon countries in the past. And it worked just like that. According to the New York Times, Mr. Floyd said at least 16 times in five minutes:”I can’t breathe!“.

Conclusion: this was premeditated murder. The assassins had plenty of time to realize they were killing the victim, and persisted. 

The Minneapolis chief of police considers the other ex-officers are accomplice of murder too.

Clearly at least two of the officers, whose actions killed, one white, the other “non-white”, should be charged with first degree murder. 

Some could say that I am throwing gasoline on the fire. Yes, well, the truth always lights a fire below obsolete perceptions of reality.  

Protest peacefully, they order us to. But you know what? Only protests which make a system unsustainable work well enough, to change the system. So if one really wants change, radicalism is where it’s at.

Patrice Ayme 

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2 Responses to “Why We Need First Degree Murder Charges For The Assassins Of Mr. Floyd ”

  1. Paul Handover Says:

    Not only that but the whole subject of racism needs to be examined and stopped. Not only in this country but also in my country of birth: England.


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