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Floyd Autopsy Report - Hennepin Co. ME #14933542 06/02/20
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Here is the final report:

Floyd, George Perry
Press Release
Decedent: Age: Race: Sex: Address: City:
Date & Time of Injury: Location of Injury:
Date of Death:
Time of Death: Location of Death:
Press Release Report
Case No: 2020-3700
Floyd, George Perry, also known as Perry, Floyd 46 years
Black
Male
3502 Glenhurst Ave St Louis Park
05/25/2020
3759 Chicago Ave
in front of Cup Foods Minneapolis, MN 55407
05/25/2020 9:25PM
State: MN
Zip: 55416
Hennepin Healthcare - ER
701 Park Avenue (Hennepin Healthcare - ER) Minneapolis, MN 55415
Cause of death: Cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdual, restraint, and neck compression
Manner of death: Homicide
How injury occurred: Decedent experienced a cardiopulmonary arrest while being restrained by law enforcement officer(s)
Other significant conditions: Arteriosclerotic and hypertensive heart disease; fentanyl intoxication; recent methamphetamine use
Please direct any media inquiries to Carolyn Marinan, Hennepin County Communications at carolyn.marinanhennepin.us.
Comments:
Manner of death classification is a statutory function of the medical examiner, as part of death certification for purposes of vital statistics and public health. Manner of death is not a legal determination of culpability or intent, and should not be used to usurp the judicial process. Such decisions are outside the scope of the Medical Examiner’s role or authority.
Under Minnesota state law, the Medical Examiner is a neutral and independent office and is separate and distinct from any prosecutorial authority or law enforcement agency.


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Re: Floyd Autopsy Report - Hennepin Co. ME [Re: bigwhoop] #14933618 06/02/20
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‘Manner of death explanation’. is interesting. Nice to say one thing, specifically, then qualify it with disclaimers.

Clear muddy waters for the masses to digest.


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Homicide and murder are not always the same thing.

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I doubt if it will calm the natives!

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https://content.govdelivery.com/attachments/MNHENNE/2020/06/01/file_attachments/1464238/2020-3700%20Floyd,%20George%20Perry%20Update%206.1.2020.pdf


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Originally Posted by websterparish47
Homicide and murder are not always the same thing.


True. The coroner really has only 4 findings they can make - homicide (death by another person - culpability undetermined), suicide (obvious), accidental and natural causes.

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Originally Posted by Wannabebwana
Originally Posted by websterparish47
Homicide and murder are not always the same thing.


True. The coroner really has only 4 findings they can make - homicide (death by another person - culpability undetermined), suicide (obvious), accidental and natural causes.



Good points.

“Accidental” would have required the same disclaimers as listed for Homicide.


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