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Derek Chauvin, America’s most notorious non-murdering murderer, is the man convicted of “murdering” George Floyd, even though many medical experts, even the medical examiner, argue that Mr. Floyd wasn’t murdered at all and died from a heart attack, likely due to his drug overdose and disease.

NBC News:

The medical examiner who ruled George Floyd’s death a homicide testified Friday that Floyd’s heart disease and drug use contributed to his death, but police officers’ restraint of his body and compression of his neck were the primary causes.

Dr. Andrew Baker, who has been the chief medical examiner in Hennepin County since 2004, said Floyd had severe underlying heart disease and an enlarged heart that needed more oxygen than normal to function, as well as narrowing of his coronary arteries.

Baker did not include a lack of oxygen, or asphyxia, as a cause of Floyd’s death. Baker said that before he conducted the autopsy, he was aware that Floyd had become unconscious while he was in police custody and had died at a hospital. He said he did not look at videos of Floyd’s death, including the bystander video that went viral, until after the autopsy was complete, so as not to be biased in his findings.

Baker’s findings were at odds with those of other prosecution expert witnesses who were explicit in their assessments that Floyd died from asphyxia.

A lot of folks are starting to think we’ve been lied to once again. The story around Floyd’s “murder” appears to be another narrative crafted up and feverishly served to a rabid public, starving for another so-called “civil rights” scandal.

At the center of this dramatic saga was Officer Derek Chauvin, who was caught forever in a photograph that’s now etched in history—a moment with consequences neither he nor Floyd could have ever anticipated, linking two unlikely individuals for eternity. Each man has his own role. The media, corporations, politicians, and entertainers all decided that Floyd, a lumbering oaf who once threatened to murder a pregnant woman, was the “hero” of this story, and Chauvin, the white cop, was clearly the villain. So, Chauvin ended up as the main target of everyone’s anger, pretty much tarred and feathered in the court of public opinion. Chauvin never stood a chance. He was walking the plank before he knew what hit him. Even his jury poll was tainted. The Derek Chauvin jury had a juror who lied about attending George Floyd rallies and knew members of his family.

Daily Mail:

Questions have been raised about the impartiality of one of the 12 jurors who convicted Derek Chauvin of murder after it was revealed he attended a rally last summer where George Floyd’s relatives addressed the crowd.

A photo, posted on social media, shows Brandon Mitchell attending an August 28 event in Washington, DC, to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr’s ‘I Have a Dream’ speech during the 1963 March on Washington.

It shows Mitchell, a high school basketball coach, standing with two other men and wearing a T-shirt with a picture of King and the words, ‘GET YOUR KNEE OFF OUR NECKS’ and ‘BLM’. He is also wearing a baseball cap printed with Black Lives Matter.

Sounds like a juror who can be fair and impartial, right?

After Chauvin was locked up, it seemed like he was out of sight, out of mind, just like what happens to most scapegoats. But Chauvin’s name got dragged through the mud over a murder that many folks are convinced never even happened. His battle for freedom took a dangerous turn in a law library of all places, where he was stabbed 22 times in a brutal attack. Yet that wasn’t the only battle he faced. The so-called justice system threw its own punches, serving up a platter of biased, anti-American “justice” that continues to make an example out of him.

While Chauvin’s attacker—a career criminal and gang thug—receives all the legal maneuvers, and then some, he needs to defend himself, Chauvin is denied the same rights and kept firmly in the scapegoat role, totally denied justice.

Alpha News:

In November 2023, former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was copying documents in a law library at a federal prison in Tucson when he was stabbed 22 times. Chauvin is slowly recovering from the attack but continues to suffer a series of peculiar setbacks and double standards.

Chauvin’s missing court documents and a request for his medical records

The court documents Chauvin was copying have since gone “missing.” Chauvin said that “depending upon who you ask,” the documents are being held as “evidence,” or were “soaked with blood and mace” and thrown away. Either way, Chauvin said he no longer has the copies or the originals and has no idea if or when he will get them back.

Incidentally, another prisoner, Marco Alferez, recently filed a motion in court to compel the FBI to return items they confiscated from him when Chauvin was stabbed.

And this is where our unfair, politically weaponized antijustice system really kicks into high gear. The Alpha News piece concludes:

Meanwhile, a federal judge ruled that John Turscak — the prisoner and former gang member who brutally attacked and repeatedly stabbed Chauvin — will have access to legal documents in his prison cell. U.S. Magistrate Judge Lynnette C. Kimmins also ruled:

“Mr. Turscak shall be allowed access to a laptop computer (and associated power cord), one or more electronic storage drives (and associated USB cord), and paper and a writing instrument for taking notes, all for the sole purpose of reviewing the discovery in his case, in order to assist in his defense.”

In what seems like a strange setback — and an offender/victim double standard — Chauvin is being held in solitary confinement. He does not have any access to his files or legal documents, making it more difficult to move forward with his latest appeal — the one he was working on in the law library when he was stabbed by Turscak.

Chauvin’s current situation resembles the treatment he encountered in the hospital. Chauvin was unable to contact his family, including those with power of attorney concerning medical and legal matters. Likewise, they were unable to reach him.

Yet during this critical time, Chauvin claims a prison official asked him to sign a release form for his medical records when he was moved to a second hospital after the attack. Chauvin says he didn’t recognize the official but did recognize who he claims would have been granted access to his medical records: Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison.

Chauvin says he immediately refused.

At this point, what we’re calling a “justice” system has gone so far off course that it’s practically unrecognizable. A system that was once based on the law, good or bad, is now based on feelings and social justice narratives. Dems are now pushing for scenarios where judges and juries must sidestep the law to achieve this abomination they call “justice.” Ironically, this very pattern echoes the trajectory of the German Reich’s collapse. Essentially, what happened in Germany was the systematic dismantling of government effectiveness. Why? To foster chaos, division, and confusion—elements that can be used for distractions and also opportunities to “reconstruct.” It’s obvious what the blue-city Dems and the regime are up to. They flourish within massive confusion and instability, deliberately crafting policies and conditions that ensure unrest, much like the George Floyd and Derek Chauvin scenario. This same game plan is unfolding in our communities and also at our borders, which remain wide open, thanks to Joe Biden.

The Dems tactics are painfully clear: create, nurture, and control. And the rule is clear: the scapegoat can’t be let go, no matter what the law or the facts might suggest.