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Police expert says Chauvin used excessive pain technique on Floyd deliberately

Police expert says Chauvin used excessive pain technique on Floyd deliberately

Sergeant Jody Stiger, a LA police expert on the use of force, while testifying in Derek Chauvin’s murder trial said Chauvin used a technique designed to deliberately inflict pain and subjected George Floyd to it for an extended period. He said it is used to inflict pain in order to make person to comply with an officer’s commands, but in Floyd’s case it wasn’t needed as he had stopped resisting.

Simone
Simone
John W
John W 1 weeks

They don't tell when prosecution witnesses flip testimony under cross examination. Chauvin Trial Day 7 Wrap-Up: a horrible day for the prosecution https://legalinsurrection.com/2021/04/chauvin-trial-day-7-wrap-up-a-horrible-day-for-the-prosecution/

Fatman in Paradise
Fatman in Paradise 1 weeks

And then he said, "Yes he did use a painful technique but a taser would have even more excessive but would have been completely warranted because of the situation."

John W
John W 1 weeks

Derek Chauvin Defense Shows Video Clip To Suggest Officer Knelt On George Floyd’s Shoulder—Not His Neck https://www.forbes.com/sites/jemimamcevoy/2021/04/05/derek-chauvin-defense-shows-video-clip-to-suggest-officer-knelt-on-george-floyds-shoulder-not-his-neck/ Different angle bodycam. From the top down.

Robert_Clearwater
Robert_Clearwater 1 weeks

Everything Chauvin did was completely acceptable. The angry crowd prevented a secure scene from being established, thus delaying life saving care for a belligerent Floyd.

John W
John W 1 weeks

How much pain do you feel while overdosing on fentanyl? Half eaten pill found in the back of a Minneapolis police squad tested positive for fentanyl and methamphetamine along with Floyd's DNA, according to combined testimony Wednesday from forensic scientists https://www.startribune.com/witnesses-pill-found-in-back-of-minneapolis-squad-contained-fentanyl-meth-george-floyd-s-dna/600043109/ Nelson raised as examples in this case that Floyd can be heard on video being asked "repeatedly what kind of drugs you are taking," while at the same having a foamy substance on his mouth consistent with illicit drug use. Early on, Floyd denied being under the influence, according to video evidence. The defense attorney also told Stiger that Floyd described himself as not a bad guy but possibly said while prone later that he ate some drugs. And Floyd kept saying "I can't breathe" but at the same time "he was actively resisting being put in the back of the squad car," Nelson said. In the May 6, 2019 arrest, a panicked Floyd swallowed several opioid pain-killer pills as police approached and was later treated at a hospital. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-race-georgefloyd-idUSKBN2B82AO Chauvin Trial Day 3 Wrap-Up: Floyd Was “High” with Foam Around His Mouth https://lawofselfdefense.com/chauvin-trial-day-3-wrap-up-floyd-was-high-with-foam-around-his-mouth/

O'Brien
O'Brien 1 weeks

Prosecution took a bath today and defense only just getting warmed up.

Rocky
Rocky 1 weeks

The defense hasn't even began yet and already the prosecution has brought multiple witnesses that have introduced reasonable doubt. The defense almost doesn't have to present a case to get an acquittal at this point. Expert for the prosecution said he could have "legally used more force" and that they found a chewed "speedball" in the cruiser with Floyd's dna on it, the fact that his knee was "in between Floyd's shoulder blades an not on his neck" all before the defense. This case is an obvious acquittal, but we will see if jury intimidation works and justice is thrown by the wayside.

Jon
Jon 1 weeks

Wait wait wait The Minneapolis police department has an official category of "excessive pain techniques"? Did they STUDY how to abuse their constituents? Research citations please?

Tired of the BS
Tired of the BS 1 weeks

With the fentanyl on board, he shouldn’t have felt any pain.

Erick
Erick 1 weeks

All they talk about ever since this happened is how he was compliant. That was proven false. The dude was high out of his mind as soon as you let loose he can overtake four officers again like he already did! These people and articles are so stupid!

David
David 1 weeks

Pain elevates blood pressure.

Patty
Patty 1 weeks

Why didn't he just surrender?,HE knew he was passing a fake twenty

chris
chris 1 weeks

Except for the photograph evidence.

John W
John W 1 weeks

Now it's "neck area" not neck because he was actually on the shoulder. Video Clip Officer Knelt On George Floyd’s Shoulder Not His Neck. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jemimamcevoy/2021/04/05/derek-chauvin-defense-shows-video-clip-to-suggest-officer-knelt-on-george-floyds-shoulder-not-his-neck/

Jon
Jon 1 weeks

John W hell bent on winning the race to most vicious white supremacist. We have all seen the video. We have all seen the experts say this technique was excessive. We have all watched as Floyd died right before our eyes and the cops sat there on his neck with his hands in his pocket while people pleased and begged for them to give him medical attention. You are a despicable human being.

is it 2021 yet?
is it 2021 yet? 1 weeks

Looks like Chauvin is on the wrong side of the thin blue line. Let justice be served.

Phoenix
Phoenix 1 weeks

He died of drug overdose, not pain.

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