Ex-cop Derek Chauvin says Dr. William Schaetzel believes complications of a rare tumor called a paraganglioma that can cause a fatal surge of adrenaline, SCOTUS Knocks Down George Floyd Murderer Seeking Re-Trial

It is noted that the pathologist did not examine Floyd’s body but did review autopsy reports. (Source Fox News). Chauvin, who is serving a 21-year sentence at a federal prison in Arizona, filed the request without a lawyer. He says Dr. William Schaetzel, of Topeka, Kansas, told him that he believes Floyd died not from asphyxia from Chauvin’s actions, but from complications of a rare tumor called a paraganglioma that can cause a fatal surge of adrenaline. The pathologist did not examine Floyd’s body but reviewed autopsy reports.

This sounds like a familiar tactic used by former President Donald Trump. Bad actors always seek loopholes for their bad behavior in an attempt to evade consequences. Trump et al are going down for an election interference scheme unseen in the modern-era of Democracy run governments. Back on January 6th 2021, he instructed a mob to storm the United States Capitol in an attempt to remain the President of the United States. In 2023, in Fulton County, a RICO case is being charged against all criminals involved, not just Trump. It includes the Sept 11th mayor – Rudy Guiliani to name one. Chauvin is like Trump. Looking for a legal loophole.

The Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear an appeal from the Minnesota ex-cop Derek Chauvin, who was convicted in the Memorial Day 2020 murder of George Floyd and The Minnesota Supreme Court also declined to hear the case, effectively upholding Chauvin’s conviction. The former officer is serving a sentence of more than two decades in prison. He is one of the first in the nation to serve time for the use of deadly force by a police officer on duty at the time of the incident. Our next Special Report tracks how the United States media and its toxic race based ecosystem curates hate crimes on the streets of America. We studied Rodney King to George Floyd, a thirty year span of police injustice. It seems that though he is in prison, Chauvin still deeply feels he was right or should be justified in the killing. Instead of doing the time because you did the crime, a mentality held by many Police Unions, Chauvin is attempting to evade a criminal justice system built on white privlege. In reality, the entire world marched after they watched what he did to George Floyd. A knee on the neck that broke the camel’s back.

We spoke to BLM activist Tahyira Savanna, about how the news from SCOTUS makes her feel. “This guy has the audacity to claim that complications from a rare tumor called a paraganglioma caused him to unleash a fatal surge of adrenaline onto George Floyd. Are you serious right now? That’s like blaming a completely unrelated medical condition for your own murderous behavior. I can’t even wrap my head around the sheer absurdity of it.” She continued, “Derek Chauvin’s attempt to blame a tumor for his actions is a desperate, pathetic move in a feeble attempt to escape the consequences of his own brutality. ” Savanna graduated from Long Island University with a Masters of Science in Policing and Criminal Justice. When she could not find a job to pay back her student loans during the 2009 Great Recession, she created a space for her thoughts online, covering Trayvon Martin’s case on her Facebook profiles. She would debate everyone who challenged her in an attempt to pass along her college education to the masses.

She knew Stand Your Ground was the law in Sanford, Florida and that Zimmerman would walk away for the murder of the 17 year old. When he did, a lot more of her challengers began listening in. She documented the million man march on Dec 13th 2014 in New York City after Eric Garner was murdered in Staten Island, weeks before Michael Brown was shot and killed in Ferguson. Tahyira Savanna continues, “And the Supreme Court’s decision to deny his re-trial is a step in the right direction towards justice for George Floyd and a clear message to any other would-be murderers: you will be held accountable, no matter how hard you try to weasel your way out of it. In the end of the day we will keep saying it over and over and over that BLACK LIVES MATTER.” Savanna who has personally called out social media platforms like Instagram for censoring tactics. “I used my social media in 2014 to document all of this. Then in 2017, when Trump was in charge of the FBI, I was listed as a Black Identity Extremist. I was given a profile. Because we refuse to sit around while they keep killing Black people. Because we refuse to stay quiet about disgusting injustice. They never list the KKK as a hate group because they aren’t. This country is white and I am not. I guess that to them, is extreme. For my community, it is survival.”

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