The UK DailyMail released an 8-minute police-body-cam video of the George Floyd arrest, which reveals he was incoherent and continuously resisted arrest. His autopsy showed he had three-times the lethal dose of fentanyl in his system, which would have killed him of a heart attack even if he had not been arrested. Floyd begged the police not to shoot him, all the while ignoring the order to step out of his vehicle. The officer assured him he would not shoot. Here is a timeline of significant points in the video
1:48 A woman, presumed to be his passenger, yells at Floyd to “Stop Resisting!”
2:13 Floyd argues with the officer who tells him, “Stop resisting, then.”
3:32 The officer asks the passenger why Floyd was “getting all squirrely”. She says Floyd had been shot before.
3:58 Floyd is walking to the police car while cuffed, but struggles along the way. The officer asks him if he is “on something”, which Floyd denies.
4:42 After they arrive at the police car, Floyd continues to argue and resist while he is searched for drugs.
5:27 Floyd says he is claustrophobic and can’t get into the police car, even though he had been sitting in his own car only moments earlier. The officer tells him the windows will be rolled down.
6:28 As police try to get him into the car, he says, “I’m not that kind of guy, man. Y’all I’m going to die in here. I’m going to die, man.”
7:02 Floyd says he is scared and twice says “I’m going to stop breathing”.
7:13 Floyd says he is not trying to win and that he will get on the ground or anything, but he refuses to get inside the vehicle. An officer goes around to the other side to try to pull him into the backseat.
7:53 Floyd is struggling in the back seat and yelling: “I can’t choke, I can’t breathe, officer.”
8:24 Someone, presumably a bystander, tells Floyd, “You’re going to have a heart attack” while Floyd screams twice that he can’t breathe.
Transcripts of body camera recordings from Minneapolis police were made public last month, giving a more detailed account of events surrounding the death of George Floyd.
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