George Floyd's autopsy report.. no physical evidence suggesting that Mr. Floyd died of asphyxiation

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bleedinorange

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What opinion have I offered? Please, be specific.

"blame for his condition (dead)"

And there you have it.
By repeatedly asking the inane question, "what did he do that deserved a death sentence" you imply your support for that conclusion. Either that or you're too conflicted to have an opinion and are searching for an answer you don't have from someone who doesn't believe the question is reasonable given the known facts.
 

RxCowboy

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#82
By repeatedly asking the inane question, "what did he do that deserved a death sentence" you imply your support for that conclusion. Either that or you're too conflicted to have an opinion and are searching for an answer you don't have from someone who doesn't believe the question is reasonable given the known facts.
Again, it isn't an inane question just because you don't want to answer it. But you did answer it.
 

bleedinorange

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Again, it isn't an inane question just because you don't want to answer it. But you did answer it.
No, i did not. I replied to the silly unanswerable question/postulation because it was just that, silly. That and I'm bored. Had I realized I would become even more bored by the incessant childishness of repeated inanity I would have let you flounder in your inability to assess the known facts and come to a reasonable conclusion. Carry on alone in your quest.
 

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There have been case reports of heroin causing pulmonary edema. I could find none associated with fentanyl. The usual respiratory effects of opioids is central respiratory depression, that is, they decrease the signals from the brain that drive the urge to breathe, so you simply stop breathing. Fentanyl and sufentanil are particularly potent respiratory depressants.
Acute airway obstruction is common with any opioid use, especially in someone with obstructive sleep apnea, which I am certain Floyd had. Airway obstruction can cause flash pulmonary edema. Floyd has toxic levels of fentanyl.


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By repeatedly asking the inane question, "what did he do that deserved a death sentence" you imply your support for that conclusion. Either that or you're too conflicted to have an opinion and are searching for an answer you don't have from someone who doesn't believe the question is reasonable given the known facts.
Again, it isn't an inane question just because you don't want to answer it. But you did answer it.
Seems like you and some attorney used to roast me for asking such questions way back before it was popular. Glad you finally see how things have always been. I am a law and order type guy, always have been. Just think the law should be held to the highest standard. Not the lowest.


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