The ghost of George Floyd (with the war on cops), repeats in 2023 and even causes problems on the road..?
Antifa 101.

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Tyre Nichols — a 29-year-old Black man — died on January 10, three days after being arrested by officers of the Memphis Police Department (MPD). According to Memphis police, Nichols, who stood at 6-foot-3 inches, but weighed only 145 pounds, was initially pulled over for reckless driving on January 7 and allegedly ran from officers. The police department also reported that officers had two “confrontations” with Nichols after he complained of shortness of breath and was rushed to a hospital in Memphis, where he died three days later. According to the family attorneys Ben Crump and Antonio Romanucci, an independent autopsy was done by a forensic pathologist, which determined that Nichols died of “excessive bleeding caused by a severe beating.”

Since Nichols’ death and the release of his autopsy results, The United States Attorney’s Office, the FBI Memphis Field Office, and the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice opened a civil rights investigation into Nichols’ arrest, death, and the actions of the five officers involved. All five officers have since been fired and formally charged with two counts of official misconduct, one count of official oppression, one count of second-degree murder, one count of aggravated assault, and two counts of aggravated kidnapping. Each of the five officers has since made bond as of January 27.



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Here's a video of a BLM guy trying to stage a police abuse incident. His eyes dart about while ignoring the police officers commands - looking for a place to give the incident maximum exposure - then uses George Floyd's name as a reason to fully resist. He is tasered and dies.

Another interesting news video from NYC... While it isn't Antifa or BLM, these are supposed oppressed people... Illegals housed in expensive hotels, refusing to leave, throwing the food in the garbage, and engaging in criminality.

Here's more videos about Keenan Anderson's family filing a 50 million dollar lawsuit, and another vid where the LAPD released body cam footage from the incident. The footage is from several officers body-cams and witness provided footage.

I thought he died from tasering, but it seems he died of a cocaine overdose hours after being hospitalized. He was conscious during his arrest and transport to the hospital.

Family of Keenan Anderson files 50 million dollar claim against L.A.

Keenan Anderson: LAPD releases extended body camera footage
This incident is from 2019

Deputy arrests FBI agent after strange meeting

This video is body camera footage of an encounter between a FBI agent and a police officer. The FBI agent is conducting an investigation into corruption of local authorities... He calls a officer who issued a ticket to a driver some weeks earlier and asked that officer to meet somewhere outside an office environment to discuss the ticket. The officer asks how he obtained his private phone number... Agent becomes secretive and his licence plate comes back as being owned by an electric company. Behaving uncooperative, and asking the police officer to turn off his body camera, the officer calls his supervisor who then detains him...

Then the FBI agent - all the while being secretive, stand-off-ish, and intimidating - is put in the back of a police cruiser in handcuffs... Where he goes into George Floyd mode, claiming he can't breath and was suffocating, despite the cruiser being air conditioned, and the outside temperature being in the 60s. The supervisors sort out the situation, and the agent is released, but then the agent demands they call 911 and that he needs an ambulance. He is transported and later released....

The video ends with the narrator grading the conduct of both parties, skewed more in favor of the FBI agent. To me, you'd think there would be cooperation, even if he was undercover - at this point, cooperate, not act like a phoney and feign injury.

Here’s a recent case of arrests for burning from Atlanta where all but two of the people were from out of state. Could be a sign they’re going to significantly ramp up the chaos in the US this year.

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