The Department of Defense attributes Freud’s drug use to his death
new York- The case against Chauvin has entered a new phase, with medical testimony addressing the most controversial cause of death in the trial, George Floyd.
Dr. Martin J. Tobin, a world-renowned respiratory expert, was the main witness for the prosecution. He testified on Thursday that George Floyd “died from hypoxia, which caused damage to his brain and caused arrhythmias that stopped.”
The testimony was an attempt to discredit Freud’s defense argument that his use of drugs caused his death. In the video, Tobin described Derek Chauvin’s knee on Vloyd’s neck and side, and how his grip on his arm prevented Floyd from breathing. He also added: “He was crushed on the street, so the street plays an important role in preventing him from expanding his chest.”
It also shows two photos of Freud’s fingers and knuckles dug in the street and the tires of a police car. For most people, this does not seem to matter. But for a physiologist, this is very important because it tells you that he has exhausted his resources and is now trying to breathe with his fingers and knuckles, “adding” he is trying on the street with his fingers and knuckles. Elevate the right side of the chest. This was the only way he tried to get air into his right lung. “