Today’s “After Action Analysis” Show focuses on the in-custody death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
NOTE: For future reference, you can find all our George Floyd coverage, freely accessible, using the URL: lawofselfdefense.com/floyd
Here’s the roughly 10-minute video of the George Floyd arrest I mentioned in today’s “After Action Analysis” show:
ADDED 5/29/20: A portion of that same event, but from the reverse angle (very short, 17 seconds):
Also, here’s a very short video showing an earlier stage of the arrest. The media is making much of this video to argue that Floyd did not resits arrest. Note, however, that there is obviously a missing part of the interaction between the end of this short video and the start of the longer video above. Did Floyd resist arrest during that missing period? It seems likely, or he’d probably not have ended up on the road with a knee on his neck. [NOTE: Updated this clip with a longer version of the same video, 5/28/20, but the point re: missing context remains.]
Here you can find the Minneapolis Police Department Use-of-Force Policies, cited frequently during the show:
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And that is it for me today. As always, folks, as I sign off, I urge all of you to keep in mind:
You carry a gun so you’re hard to kill.
Know the law so you’re hard to convict.
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