As the trial of four former Minneapolis police officers charged in connection with the death of convicted criminal George Floyd gets underway one of the US’ biggest University’s has launched its own investigation after Floyd’s toxicology report was posted on campus.
Shock and horror were expressed, along with a degree of triggering that would register on the Richter Scale after a printout detailing the drugs present in George Floyd’s system at the time of his death was pinned to a Black History Month display at Duke University.
The University has launched a school wide investigation into the so-called “act of bias” and the printout also included handwritten remarks in a pink pen, reading: “Mix of drugs presents in difficulty breathing! Overdose? Good Man? Use of fake currency is a felony!”
The convicted home invader’s death sparked the most destructive riots in US history and anti-racism protests around the world and while the initial autopsy found the massive cocktail of drugs in Floyd’s system contributed to his death, a subsequent autopsy paid for by his family found his cause of death to “asphyxiation from sustained pressure” from his arresting officers.
The drug addicted, home invader and aspiring porn actor who once held a gun to pregnant woman’s stomach to terrorise her into handing over her valuables has effectively been canonized by America’s and Western corporate media in general and his death has been used to justify increasingly vitriolic, anti-white rhetoric.
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