Analysis of the murder of George Floyd: Callous Disregard, or Conspiracy?

George Floyd was apparently murdered by Police officer Derek Chavuin in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 25, 2020.

Some good video is available of the events. Here are two of those videos, and my analysis of what they show. I find that they show either a callous disregard for the life of George Floyd, shared by at least two of the police officers and the EMT medics, or the deliberate murder of George Floyd.

The early part of these events can be seen in this video: This includes Officer Chauvin and partner arriving in a “Police” car, after Floyd had already been arrested and walked back across the street.

The final ten minutes of the apparent murder can be seen in this second video:

The alleged murdering officer Derek Chauvin and his partner show up fairly late in the events, after Floyd had already been moved back across the street by the other officers. The blue uniforms of Chauvin and his partner, and the markings on their vehicle, are all marked “Minnesota Police” or “Police”

In total, I see three police units at the scene:

  1. a Police unit of two officers responding to a crime in progress call,
  2. a Park Police unit that helps the first unit move Floyd across the street, and
  3. the Police unit of Chauvin and his partner.

These police cars have license plates simply saying “POLICE”, which is apparently a common practice in Minnesota, as well documented at

Floyd stumbles and falls at least a couple of times while being moved about, apparently having trouble moving about and keeping his balance. The voice over on the first video above states that the officers called for an ambulance after moving Floyd across the street, as they observed he was having some medical problem.

At about the 7 minute mark in the second video above, after Chauvin has had his knee pressing on Floyd’s neck for several minutes, and, according to the comments of bystanders, Floyd has stopped moving. Then an ambulance arrives. An EMT medic from that ambulance approaches the body of George Floyd. The medic presses his finger on Floyd’s neck, apparently looking for a pulse.

That medic does this pulse check with slow deliberation, as if expecting that Floyd is already dead, not as if in any hurry to potentially save his life. Apparently verifying that Floyd has no pulse, as apparently expected, the medic goes back to the ambulance and works with the other medic(s) to get the stretcher out and toss the dead carcass of Floyd onto the stretcher. They lift Floyd, on a stretcher, into the ambulance and drive away.

These EMT medics never make any effort whatsoever to revive Floyd, or perform any other medical procedures beyond that initial check for a neck pulse. They don’t even ask Officer Chauvin to get his knee off Floyd’s neck until they have the stretcher along side, ready to receive the dead carcass of Floyd. They toss the carcass of Floyd on the stretcher like a heavy sack of potatoes.

It sure looks to me like the EMT medics, Officer Chauvin, and Chauvin’s partner, by the time the ambulance showed up, were expecting Floyd to be dead, and so finding, make no effort to, and have no intention to, revive him.

They are clearly acting with callous disregard for the life of George Floyd.

But I cannot tell, from the evidence I’ve seen so far, whether this manifests

  1. a long standing and shared callous disregard for the life of some people, or
  2. a deliberate conspiracy to murder George Floyd.

In either case, it’s clear that the main stream news and social media were eager to jump on this story, which is now helping to fuel protests, riots, and property destruction in such locations as Atlanta, the District of Columbia, New York, Hwy 101 in California, Detroit, Denver, Dallas and Fort Worth.

(Thanks to Jim Stone, at, and some colleagues with whom I discussed this in person or on Discord, for many of the above observations. More details and various reports can be found in the article


This voat QRV thread has more discussion and evidence, especially regarding the EMT medics that showed up:

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I tried to access the link but it took me to all sorts of threads and not one in particular.

Dang - I should have checked the link I posted, when I was not already logged into voat as myself.

Checking now, I realize that I do not know how to form a link that will get there for others.

Oh well - sorry.

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The good news is that I joined Voat.

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Guess What! I had the strange intuition to click that Voat link again and… it went to the thread you intended! Strange huh? I tried it several times yesterday and it only took me to their main menu. Must have been a temporary glitch at their end, I guess.

Yeah - there seems to be some glitches in the fabric of voat space time.

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A week ago, I thought that if George Floyd had a closed casket funeral, then that would be further evidence that his apparent murder might have been staged. Since Floyd suffered no visible injuries, a closed casket would not be needed to hide a disfigured (or worse) corpse. Well, it was a closed casket funeral:

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Of course, I don’t have enough reliable evidence of the following to convict Satan of a parking ticket, however …

As best as I can guess, George Floyd may have been murdered in order to keep the lid on some illegal money laundering at the El Nuevo Rodeo, where he and Derek Chauvin worked as guards.

This DailyCoin article provides various suspicious details:

This graphic, which I pulled from the above DailyCoin article, lists the key points of this speculation:

This graphic, which a friend of mine sent me from some 4Chan thread, lists similar points:

For those who prefer to listen, Neon Revolt summarizes some of the above in his report at The Neon Revolt Show – Episode 2: Fentanyl Floyd, Money Laundering, and how the Media Lies About Everything.


Candace Owens, in her now viral video, went over the criminal background of George Floyd. If you prefer to read, also here’s an article from the Federalist describing what Candace said:


In any case, the bigger story was how the forces of racial division picked up on the story of George Floyd’s murder, and amplified it into nationwide protests, which then served as cover for widespread violence, riots, lootings, beatings, and some shootings, especially in several of America’s largest cities, along with controversies over calling up police, national guard, federal agents, and military troops, and other controversies over defunding or disbanding police forces in a few cities.

Then on or about June 6, things seemed to calm down quite a bit … I’m not sure yet what that’s about. Benjamin Fulford claims that this was a huge victory by the forces of light against the Khazarian Satanists, but I can rarely tell where reality bleeds into fantasy in Fulford’s reports:

The forces of light scored a huge victory against the Khazarian Satanists as their long-planned 2020/06/06/.06 offensive was stopped dead in its tracks, multiple sources agree. Instead of massive bloodshed involving armed demonstrators (million man occupation of the white house) and the U.S. military, there was a small, peaceful march against racism. This was because the armed saboteurs and their financial backers were all rounded up before their planned climax of mayhem, Pentagon sources say.


The incitement of racial division and civil war in the United States goes back a long time.

Here’s a paper from a guest author on Miles Mathis’ website, that exposes the false reporting and dishonest agents that helped provoke the four year civil war between the states of 1861-65:

Some things never change, it seems.


The ever “far out” Sorcha Faal presents her case as to what caused this calming.

In this post dated June 9, Sorcha Faal provides details of the take down, by assassination or imprisonment, of several violent radicals, who variously:

  • had killed police or justice officials,
  • had aided the escape of some Antifa organizers,
  • were caught placing bombs,
  • were driving a car loaded with guns, or
  • had stashes of weapons.

Some of these take downs were conducted by a special CIA force that reports directly to President Donald Trump, CIA Director Gina Haspel, and Deputy Director of CIA Operations Elizabeth Kimber.

If these details are to be believed, then the violent wing of these radicals quickly decided to take cover and back off, lest they be next to be taken down.

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This article makes a detailed and rather convincing case that George Floyd was NOT murdered, but rather that he died of drug overdose.

The article presents several details, visible in the video taped events, that are consistent with the coroner’s conclusion of a death due to an overdose of Fentanyl:

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The following web page has two more good (in my tin-foil-hat conspiratorial view) videos, totaling over two hours, that go in more detail into the potential plots, alliances, conspiracies and funding, behind the George Floyd death incident. Since the details are complex, inconclusive, controversial and perhaps incompatible with the views that others here might hold, I won’t try to summarize them here.

But, if the above intrigues anyone here, consider:

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In my humble opinion, seems to be just another FF to accomplish the takedown of the U.S. from the inside…all set up by the previous administrations!!

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That’s my guess too … though I couldn’t prove it.

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George Floyd Body Cam Footage Is Out. The Story Is Far More Complicated Than Media Led Us To Believe.


Two months after footage of George Floyd’s death went viral, sparking an epidemic of rioting and violence that killed dozens of people and caused untold damage to countless communities across the country, body cam footage of the incident has finally been made available. Published by the Daily Mail after being leaked to the outlet, the additional video lends crucial context to the fatal encounter between Floyd and Officer Derek Chauvin, and gives insight into the states of mind of both men.

Given that this tragic episode and the reaction to it has been the most significant story in the country for two months, and one of the most significant of the past decade, you might think that the media would treat the new evidence as a rather big story. But so far the opposite has been the case. The news media, for the most part, has had a noticeably muted reaction to the footage. One might say suspiciously muted. Perhaps that’s because the story the new footage tells is, at the very least, far more complicated than the one the media and activists have been screaming into our ears since May. That story, with which we are all extremely familiar, is that George Floyd was a compliant and peaceful man who was strangled to death by a racist, anti-black, sociopathic cop. It was straightforward, we were told. Quite literally black and white. And the only opinion one can really have about it is the kind of opinion that is easily expressed on a protest sign.

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As previously stated, none of this conclusively exonerates the officers of any and all wrongdoing, but it does establish a few facts that might mitigate their culpability:

  1. George Floyd was not fully cooperative and clearly intoxicated.

  2. The officers were calm and reasonable for most of the interaction.

  3. George Floyd claimed that he couldn’t breathe and was going to die well before he had a knee on his neck.4. The officers never did or said a single thing that any reasonable person could construe as racist.

Point three in particular warrants further consideration. Floyd said he was too claustrophobic to get in the police car and that he might die and couldn’t breathe, even though he’d just been sitting in a car. He was screaming out in pain even though the officers at that point weren’t doing anything that could have caused him physical harm. We should note that he also said his mom just died even though she’d been dead for two years. The officers wouldn’t have known that latter detail, but the point is that cops hear nonsense like this from suspects all day, every day. This can create a “boy who cried wolf” situation where it’s harder to tell when a suspect is actually in distress. When Floyd was on the ground saying he was going to die, it was no different from what he was saying while he was standing, or what he was saying in the car. These facts may not be exculpatory but they certainly are relevant.

The narrative, as it was originally presented, does not take any of these details into account. It demands that we see the event as nothing more or less than a wanton act of random cruelty, with nothing precipitating it and with not even an ounce of blame or responsibility to be shared by Floyd himself. In reality, Floyd may still be the victim of some degree of negligence, but it seems that the murder charge will be difficult to prove. The truth just isn’t that simple. It rarely is. And that’s a lesson we would all do well to remember for the future.

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