As George Floyd told Officer Minneapolis that he could not breathe more than 20 times before his death, the officer who pressed his knee against Vloyd’s neck disbanded him ‘S pleading, he said: “Speaking needs a lot of oxygen”, according to the transcript of the body camera video released on Wednesday.
Police Thomas Lane and J. Kueng’s body camera video recordings provide the most detailed record of what happened when the police detained Floyd on May 25 and revealed that Floyd A black man was put on the ground in handcuffs.
Freud said, “You are going to kill me, man.”
White official Derek Chauvin said: “Then stop talking and stop yelling. It takes a lot of oxygen to talk.” Even if Freud stopped moving, his knee was still stuck on his knee. Freud’s neck was almost eight minutes.
Freud said: “They will kill me. They will kill me. I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe.”
Chauvin’s lawyer Eric Nelson did not immediately comment on Wednesday.
The transcript was made public on Wednesday as part of Lane’s request to withdraw his case. Earl Gray, Lion’s attorney, said in a memo that, based on all the evidence and laws, it is not possible to bring a lawsuit against its clients.
After Floyd behaved badly, struggled and hurt himself during his arrest, Gray portrayed a rookie officer who trusted Chauvin, a senior officer. Gray said that once Freud was on the ground, Ryan asked the police if he should turn Freud to his side, but Chavin refused.
Gray also submitted the body camera lens itself, but it was not immediately disclosed. The transcript shows that Freud sometimes seemed to be cooperative, but was disturbed by his pleading not to be placed in the squad, repeatedly saying that he had claustrophobia.
He pleaded: “Oh, God, don’t let me be a man, please a man, please a man.” He added: “I will do anything you want to tell me, man… I’m just claustrophobic, that’s it .”
Gray wrote that Freud started playing back and forth, and “pushed his face into the team’s glass and started bleeding from his mouth.” The officer brought Floyd to the ground. “The plan is to restrain him so that he can no longer move and hurt himself,” Gray wrote.
Shavin was charged with second-degree murder, third-degree murder and manslaughter. Lane, Kueng and Tou Thao were charged with assisting and teaching second-degree murder and manslaughter. At that time, Lane held Floyd’s legs, Kueng was in the middle of Floyd, and Thao looked at the nearby bystanders. All four officials were fired.
Messages left to the lawyers of the Freud family will not be returned immediately. A spokesman for the Attorney General’s Office said the prosecutor planned to oppose the removal of the motion.
As part of the court documents, Gray also submitted Lane’s interview records with state investigators and the police for training materials on restraint. Gray wrote that all the evidence is not guilty to his client, and Ryan’s trial is not “fair or reasonable”.
Gray said in a memo that the video of his client’s body camera showed Freud’s encounter with Freud during the period from when Ryan entered the scene until Freud was sent to an ambulance. The transcript shows that Lane got into the ambulance and underwent cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
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Lane repeatedly told Floyd to raise his hand. He told investigators that he initially pulled the gun because Floyd reached out to take things, but once Floyd raised his hand , He held the gun. The video recordings of the body camera showed that Freud initially said that he had been shot and asked the police not to shoot him.
Gray said Floyd behaved irregularly and had foam in his mouth. According to the video recording of the body camera, when asked about the foam and whether he was on something, Freud said he was scared and had been playing basketball.
The report card says that when officials tried to get Floyd into the squad car, Freud said: “I can’t breathe”, “I want to lie on the ground.”
After Floyd entered the ground, Lane told the other officers “he must be on something.” Then he asked the officials whether they should push Floyd to his side- Chauvin refused.
Gray wrote: “Ryan has no reason to believe that Shavin made this decision wrong.”
Bystanders repeatedly told the officer to check Freud’s pulse. After Guan En finished, he said: “I can’t find it.”
“Hu?” Chauvin said, according to Keung’s body camera video recording.
Ryan told state investigators that Shavin was not Ryan’s field training officer, but he had trained Kueng and was the one that Ryan had previously directed. According to the transcript of that interview, an investigator said that Ryan’s intuition seemed to tell him that Freud was restrained in a somewhat wrong way.
Ryan said: “Yes. I think it might have been handled in a different way, or we should reassess what we are doing. I think this is what I am going to do.”
Gray argued in his memo that in order to accuse Ryan of providing assistance and teaching be, prosecutors must prove that Ryan played a knowing role in the crime. He said that there was no evidence that Lane played an intentional role, and there was no evidence that the crime committed by Shavin was an attack.
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Gray writes: “The decision to limit Freud is reasonable,” according to the actions of Gloyd until now, the officers do not know what he will do next-hurt himself, hurt the officer, escape, or any other Things, but he didn’t cooperate. “
Gray wrote that Lane’s trust in Shavin was “reasonable, not criminal.”