George Floyd’s brother Philonese Floyd, surrounded by shakedown artists Al Sharpton, race-agitator and US Congresswoman Sheila Jackson-Lee, and multi-millionaire chaser of black victims, lawyer Benjamin Crump, became a natural spokesperson for the BLM movement after the highly publicized death of his brother: “I wish George were here to see this right now. … I’m marching for George. For Breonna. For Ahmaud. For Jacob,” he told a massive crowd of BLM protesters in Washington DC.

Who could’ve guessed that only one year later, Philonese himself would become a multi-millionaire?

Only 7 months later, the Minneapolis City Council approved a whopping $27 million settlement for Philonese and the Floyd family. It was touted as “the largest pre-trial civil rights wrongful death settlement in U.S. history.”

Floyd’s Black victim chaser lawyer Ben Crump released the following statement:

“This historic agreement, the largest pre-trial settlement in a civil rights wrongful death case in U.S. history, makes a statement that George Floyd’s life mattered and by extension that Black lives matter. It sends a message that the unjust taking of a Black life will no longer be written off as trivial, unimportant, or unworthy of consequences.”

100 Percent Fed Up – Two days after George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis, MN, his brother, Philonise Floyd, started a GoFundMe account to raise money for his estate and for “grief counseling.”

Philonese was able to raise a stunning $14,723,100 before he turned the Go-Fund-Me account off.

Together, the Floyd family, along with their ambulance chaser lawyer Benjamine Crump, have so far, pulled down an incredible $41 million over the death of George Floyd. As of this moment, the cause of George Floyd’s death has still not been proven in court.

The GoFundMe description, written by Philonise, 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.

The GoFundMe campaign for George Floyd ended one day before the toxicology report was made public by the MN prosecution revealing the cause of George Floyd’s death was a fentanyl overdose.

Philonise writes:

On May 25, 2020, my life shattered as I learned of the tragic passing of my dear brother, George. 

My family and I watched in absolute horror as the now infamous and horrifying video began to spread quickly throughout social media. What we saw on that tape left us shell shocked; a white Minneapolis police officer kneeling directly on my brother’s neck, obstructing his ability to breathe. As some officers knelt on his neck, other officers participated and watched; no one took any action to save my brother’s life.  Those officers would continue to brutalize my brother until he died. This fund is established to cover funeral and burial expenses, mental and grief counseling, lodging, and travel for all court proceedings, and to assist our family in the days to come as we continue to seek justice for George.  A portion of these funds will also go to the Estate of George Floyd for the benefit and care of his children and their educational fund.

The GoFundMe memorial account for George Floyd was turned off, but not before the family collected a stunning $14,723,100.

Before shutting down the GoFundMe account, Philonise Floyd thanked everyone who donated, explaining that two new funds have been set up in his brother’s name.

Some exciting news to share with you all: The family has established two great foundations that will give back to the many communities touched by George:

The George Floyd Memorial Foundation, Inc. (based in NC) and the George Floyd Foundation (based in TX). We hope that you would join with us as we continue to support the communities that need our support the most and to continue to preach to the world that #BlackLivesMatter.

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 #5, Philonise Floyd clarifies that 100% of the funds collected here will go to my family.

4. How will the funds be spent? Funds collected here will be spent by the Floyd family as outlined above. This fund will be governed and controlled at the discretion of Philonise Floyd for the family’s benefit.

5. How do you intend to get the funds to those in need? All funds collected on this website will be withdrawn to an established account for the benefit of my family. 100% of funds collected here will go to my family. 

Nothing could have prepared America for the violence that spread across our nation as a result of the death of George Floyd after  MN Police Officer Derek Chauvin was caught on video kneeling on Floyd’s neck during an arrest.

It’s now being reported that the toxicology report from May 31, 2020, shows George Floyd died of a fentanyl overdose. The prosecution is being accused of waiting 3 months to make the report public.

The prosecution did not release the explosive exculpatory June 1 memorandum until August 25, 2020.

On May 29, 2020, MN Police Officer Derek Chauvin was charged with 3rd-degree murder. Minnesota’s radical Democrat AG Keith Ellison later upped Chauvin’s charge to 2nd-degree murder. Former MN Police Officers Thomas Lane, J. Alexander Kueng, and Tou Thao were also charged with aiding and abetting the murder of Floyd.

Spectator reports – These charges were based on the autopsy performed by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office and a private “re-autopsy” performed at the request of the Floyd family’s attorney. Based on those procedures, the medical examiner issued a revised autopsy report stating that Floyd had died of “cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdual, restraint and neck compression.” In short, Floyd’s death was allegedly caused by the manner in which the police had restrained him.

But the police defendants were charged before the medical examiner had received the report of Floyd’s toxicology screen by NMS Labs of Horsham, Pennsylvania.

Then, on 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.

Hennepin Assistant County Attorney Amy Sweasy is pictured on the left.

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.

June 1, 2020, memorandum by Assistant County Attorney Amy Sweasy was finally released on August 25, 2020.

Why did the prosecution wait 3 MONTHS to release this memorandum?

So there they were, staring at the just-received and damning toxicology report that blew to smithereens the whole prosecution theory that the police had killed Floyd. To their undoubted dismay, Dr. Baker, the chief medical examiner, had to concede that at 11 ng/mL, Floyd had “a fatal level of fentanyl under normal circumstances.” He also conceded that the fentanyl overdose “can cause pulmonary edema,” a frothy fluid build-up in the lungs that was evidenced by the finding at autopsy that Floyd’s lungs weighed two to three times normal weight.

This is consistent with Officer Kueng’s observation at the scene that Floyd was foaming at the mouth and, as found at autopsy, that his lungs were “diffusely congested and edematous.”

In other words, like a drowned man, Floyd’s lungs were filled with fluid. And that was the obvious and inescapable reason why Floyd kept shouting over and over again that he couldn’t breathe even when he was upright and mobile.

The memorandum ends with Dr. Baker’s devastating conclusion that “if Floyd had been found dead in his home (or anywhere else) and there were no other contributing factors he [Dr. Baker] would conclude that it was an overdose death.”

Translation: this toxicology report drives a stake through the heart of our murder case. How do we justify criminally charging these police officers and explain away our colossal screw-up?

We cannot confirm the reason for the conclusion of the fundraiser for George Floyd on GoFundMe. According to the Daily Dot, GoFundMe does not place limits on the amount of time the fundraiser can remain active on its platform. Both Kickstarter and Indiegogo have a 60-day limit on the length of campaigns. For charity campaigns to cover medical fees or funeral costs, GoFundMe’s unlimited length is invaluable, and its slightly lower fees can really add up.

We’re not saying that Philonise Floyd intentionally ended his GoFundMe campaign on the day before the release of the toxicology report to the public. Still, it certainly can’t be ruled out.

In a highly unusual move, in June 2020, Philonese attempted to make national news about his brother’s death when he made a videotaped message to the UN Human Rights Council. In the video, he accuses Americans of systemic racism and asked for help from the foreign body to stop racism and police brutality in America.

“I am my brother’s keeper. You in the United Nations are your brothers and sisters’ keepers in America — and you have the power to help us get justice for my brother George Floyd,” Philonese Floyd said. “I am asking you to help him. I am asking you to help me. I am asking you to help us — black people in America.”

Who arranged for Floyd to speak before the UN Human Rights Council? Has Philonese become a critical player in the well-oiled Sharpton-Crump-BLM machine that’s collecting money faster than it can be counted, while businesses across America are being looted and burned to the ground in honor of Philonese’s big brother Floyd?

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