GEORGE FLOYD GO FUND ME FLUSH$$$
George Floyd’s Brother Ends $14.7 Million GoFundMe Memorial Account…One Day Before Release Of 3-Month Old Toxicology Report Revealing Floyd Died Of Overdose
His brother, Philonise Floyd started a GoFundMe account to raise money for his estate and for grief counseling.
The GoFundMe description, written by Philonise also mentions that the funds they collect will help to cover the costs of a funeral.
George was buried in a gold casket and placed in a mausoleum as part of his elaborate funeral.
Retired professional boxer Floyd Mayweather donated $88,500 to cover the costs of George Floyd’s funeral.
GEORGE FLOYD GO FUND ME FLUSH$$$ WITH MAJOR DONATIONS
There is no mention of how the $14.7 million will be spent or where future funds from the two new memorial foundations will be distributed.
In the GoFundMe section of “commonly asked questions,” Philonise explains in question #4, that the money will be used for the family’s benefit.
In Philonise Floyd clarifies that 100% of the funds collected here will go to my family.
It’s now being reported that the toxicology report from May 31, 2020,
Shows George Floyd died of a fentanyl overdose and the prosecution is being accused of waiting 3 months to make the report public.
May 31, 2020, NMS Labs forwarded Floyd’s toxicology report to the Hennepin County Medical Examiners’ Office.
Big League Politics reports – A summary of a conversation between Amy Sweasy, a Hennepin County Attorney, and Dr. Andrew Baker,
The chief medical examiner for the county, reveals that the former would conclude George Floyd died of a drug overdose if there were no other contributing factors.
The medical examiner makes the conclusion of an overdose death on the basis of blood samples collected from George Floyd at a Minneapolis hospital.
Dr. Baker reveals that Floyd’s blood tested positive for the presence of 4ANPP, methamphetamine, fentanyl, and norfentayl.
He described the level of fentanyl found in George Floyd’s bloodstream as a “fatal level under normal circumstances.”
At 7:30 p.m. on May 31, 2020, prosecutors “met” online with Dr. Andrew Baker, Chief Medical Examiner of Hennepin County, to discuss Floyd’s toxicology report.
DAWG SAYS: I DO NOT THINK THESE OFFICERS WERE INNOCENT BY ANY MEANS,
BUT THEY WERE AT LEAST AND PROBABLY NEGLIGENT IN GIVING HIM MEDICAL AID WHEN NEEDED.
BUT THERE WAS NO INTENT TO KILL.
AND THEY DID NOT SEARCH HIM OUT THEY WERE CALLED TO ASSIST IN A POSSIBLE CRIME IN PROGRESS.