Monday 12th of April 2021

"Before he Fell Silent, Mr. Floyd Said 'I Can't Breathe,' by my Count, at Least 27 Times," University of South Carolina Law Professor Seth Stoughton, Testifying as a Use-of-force Expert, Says.

Social Media Says

"Before he fell silent, Mr. Floyd said 'I can't breathe,' by my count, at least 27 times," University of South Carolina law professor Seth Stoughton, testifying as a use-of-force expert, says.
"Before he fell silent, Mr. Floyd said 'I can't breathe' by my count at least 27 times," said PoliceLawProf on the stand at.
Stoughton: "Before he fell silent, Mr. Floyd said 'I can't breathe' by my count at least 27 times.".


What You Really Think

Cold-blooded first-degree murder.

How many of those times were before the knee was on his neck?

RIP Floyd.

Some people (cops) for example. Think if you can say I can't breathe, you can breathe. You may not be getting enough air.

Das rite! I said it multiple times before going to the ground.

If you can say it that many times then clearly you can breathe!

Evil is real. and it wears a badge.

He also said it twice before cops touched him because he overdosed on Fantanyl.

Friends, I'm very ashamed to address you, but my child's life is at stake. If you can help, go to my page and read. Repost my tweet, please do it. Thank you very much, sorry to bother you.

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