George Floyd's Violent Past Doesn't Justify His Death [or...does it?]
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2022-01-06 04:30:00 UTC
Floyd once put a gun to a pregnant women's stomach and allegedly robbed a
pregnant lady which is not acceptable by any means."


Because their past and present ape-like behaviour needs to pointed out. It is
often THE mitigating factor in why the REAL culprit in their death, is often
themselves. (suicide by cop)

The Union Chief of Minneapolis Police (MPD) released a statement on 1st June
2020, shedding light on late George Floyd's 'violent criminal history'. The
Union Chief, Bob Kroll wrote in a letter to his acquaintances and followers on
Twitter, "What is not being told is the violent criminal history of George
Floyd. The media will not air this".

Floyd shifted to Minneapolis, Minnesota from Houston, Texas in 2014 after
having served 5 years in Harris County Jail for a 1st-degree felony.

George lived an unfulfilling and sorrowful life. George was arrested. Check out
the George Floyd Criminal Arrest Timeline and let's have a Criminal Background
Check on him. Let's see if he had an investigation being a career criminal

In 2009, George Floyd was arrested for a 1st-degree felony charge, as per
police criminal records/history/past, of assault and armed robbery he took part
in 2007 and spent five years in prison for breaking into a lady's house with
the intent to rob her. George agreed that he wore a blue uniform to look like a
government employee to gain the lady's trust, and eventually pave his way into
the house.

The lady soon realized that the person was impersonating to be a government
worker, she tried to shut the door but Floyd brute-forced his way into the
house. Consequently, a Ford truck pulled up to the house's main entrance, five
people exited the truck and went straight inside the lady's house.

According to Daily Mail (UK), the court report mentions that the victim
identified George as the criminal, tallest of all the robbers, who pressed a
pistol to her stomach and forced his way into the house. George Floyd's height
was 6 foot 6 inches.

'This large suspect then proceeded to search the residence while another armed
suspect guarded the complainant, who was struck in the head and sides by this
second armed suspect with his pistol while she screamed for help.'

Not finding any cash, Floyd and other men took jewelry and the lady's cellphone
and fled the scene using the truck. A neighbor had witnessed the robbery
attempt, wrote down the license plate number, and reported the incident to 911

The police followed the lead and successfully tracked down the car. Floyd was
found behind the wheels. Later, his identity was cross-verified with the women
who reported that a tall suspect had placed a gun to her abdomen and invaded
her home forcefully.







Fentanyl is a DEA Schedule II synthetic morphine substitute anesthetic -
analgesic. It is reported to be 80 to 200 times as potent as morphine and has a
rapid onset of action as well as addictive properties. It is prescribed to
patients who become intolerant to other pain-curing medications.

Hennepin County medical examiners released the toxicology report on June 2nd,
2020 which stated that George Floyd was indeed intoxicated with Fentanyl,
Methamphetamine, and traces of cannabinoids and morphine at the time of his
death. However, these were not termed the principal factors behind Floyd's
death. Floyd has an extensive criminal past related to the drug trade and use.


George Floyd Criminal Past Record of Arrest History/Timeline: Robbery, Baggie,
Gun Pregnant and All Details

George Floyd Toxicology Report | George Floyd Criminal Past

Read the Hennepin County's Official Biopsy Report on George Floyd -

George Floyd's criminal record includes 5 convictions related to theft,
possession, and trade of coke. Floyd was arrested five times in 20 years, his
last cocaine arrest dates back in 2005.

George was also linked to two convictions in the 1990s for possession and theft
of a controlled substance (cocaine). However, it is not clear whether or not
Floyd served his time in prison for this felony.

George was accused of a firearm robbery in August 1998 for which he served 10
months at Harris County Jail. In April 2002, Floyd was condemned to 30 days of
prison for trespassing private property.

George Floyd was involved in two more cocaine offenses, in October 2002 and in
2004, for which he did eight-months and ten-months sentence in prison

Another cocaine possession conviction in Dec 2005, Floyd was arrested for
having cocaine on him and served 10 months in state jail.

After a few months, Floyd's charge was upgraded, amending the cocaine amount he
possessed to be about 4 grams.

However, according to the records, the alleged charge was lifted because Floyd
convinced the jury that he had less than 1 gram of cocaine.
George Floyd White Bag Video

At the time of his arrest, he allegedly dropped a white bag onto the sidewalk.
The white bag is believed to have contained cocaine or some illegal drug. It's
not a part of George Floyd's Criminal Records. You can watch the video below.


This is Rudy: https://i.imgur.com/quxiPEh.mp4

Rudy "Low-Self-Esteem" Canoza... someone who always "THINKS" he knows everything ABOUT everything and has to have the last word in ANY conversation or argument. That's why he HAS to reply to EVERY post about him, or it drives him crazy enough to not being able to sleep.

What is Low Self-Esteem?

Low self-esteem is when someone lacks confidence about who they are and what they can do. They often feel incompetent, unloved, or inadequate. People who struggle with low self-esteem are consistently afraid about making mistakes or letting other people down.

Having self-esteem issues can be detrimental to their health and negatively affect their personal and professional relationships. There are many reasons why they may have low self-esteem - their genes, how and where they grew up, and other life circumstances all play a role.

A major factor of low self-esteem, however, comes from their own mental state. Their inner voice, or the thoughts in their head, can be constantly telling them that they are not good enough or worth anything, even if there is evidence to the contrary. Negative thinking in general is linked to low self-worth and low self-esteem.

Signs of Low Self-Esteem

There are several signs that either they or someone they know may be struggling with low self-esteem. Those signs of low self-esteem include:

Sensitivity to Criticism

If they have low self-esteem they may be extra sensitive to criticism, whether from others or themselves. They see it only as reinforcing their flaws and confirming that they are incapable of doing anything right.

Social Withdrawal

Declining invitations to go to a party or meet up with friends, canceling scheduled plans last-minute, and generally not wanting to be around others are signs of low self-esteem. They may not have any desire to hold a conversation or talk about their life because it will only reinforce the depression and anxiety they are already experiencing.


For someone with low self-esteem, lashing out or becoming aggressive towards others is a defense mechanism. If they feel that they are about to be exposed or criticized, attacking whoever might criticize them can be a sign of low self-esteem.

Excessive Preoccupation with Personal Problems

Consistently worrying about their own personal issues takes up a lot of time for someone with low self-esteem. They may struggle to help or empathize with someone else's problems because they are too preoccupied with their own.

Physical Symptoms

Low self-esteem has been shown to lead to mental and physical health issues like depression, anxiety, and anorexia. It can also lead to unhealthy habits like smoking tobacco, alcohol abuse, or drug use.

Dealing with Low Self-Esteem

They can overcome low self-esteem with the right support, mindset, and change in behaviors. Start with these steps to begin improving their self-esteem:

Identify Troubling Conditions and Situations

Take a moment to think about certain conditions and situations in their life that seem to always deflate their self-esteem. It could be giving a work presentation, dealing with a difficult family member or friend, or facing a life-changing event, like a job loss or a move.

Become Aware of their Thoughts and Beliefs

After they've identified the times in their life where they have felt low self-esteem, evaluate their thoughts about they. How are they interpreting what happened? These thoughts could be either positive, negative, or neutral. They can be based on facts or irrational and false ideas.

If they take a moment to notice what they are thinking, they can begin to understand whether or not their reactions to what has happened are appropriate and useful.

Challenge Negative or Inaccurate Thoughts

It is important to ask themselves whether their thoughts are consistent with facts or logic. There could be another explanation for a situation that is truer than their interpretation. Sometimes it is hard to break from long-held beliefs that have become part of their reality. Understand that it can take time and patience to overcome any negative preconceived notions toward their life that they've built up.

Adjust their mindset

They've been able to identify the times where they've felt a blow to their self-esteem. They've become self-aware about how and why they have the thoughts and feelings towards those events. Now they can take a step back and analyze those thoughts and emotions. them now have the power to change their thought patterns to raise their self-esteem.

Remember to think and feel hopeful statements, focus on the positive aspects of all situations, and not be afraid to relabel upsetting thoughts. And most importantly, don't hesitate to forgive yourself. No one is perfect and everyone makes mistakes. It doesn't make them a bad person-it just makes them human.
Rudy Canoza
2022-01-06 04:41:05 UTC
On 1/5/2022 8:30 PM, the mental defective AlleyPussyBitch aka Neutered Pussy —
*NOT* a three letter athlete, was *NEVER* a bouncer, *NEVER* a golf pro, *NEVER*
a lifeguard, *NEVER* dunked a basketball, and has *NEVER* been laid, but just a
George Floyd once fucked me up the ass.
Really, now?! Well, good for you, you squat-to-piss *no-fight* faggot.

You don't *really* expect serious engagement here, do you? I sure hope not. If
you do, you're an even worse mental defective than I ever imagined.

* 60+ years old (mid 60s) — check
* full of estrogen — check
* *constant* shrieking and screeching — check
* no upper body strength — check
* *always* a no-fight pansy — check
* posts aggregator bullshit he *never* could have found on his own — check
* lies through his teeth, 100% of the time — check
* doesn't know climate science, the electrical vehicle market, electricty
generation, or any fucking thing at all — check
* shrieks all the time (oh, wait — did I already say that? LOL!) — check
* lives in mortal fear of Rudy, his intellectual, moral, professional, social
and *physical* superior — check

What the *fuck* is wrong with you, Eric? Seriously — you are just one
fucked-up-in-the-head mental defective. Whose attention are you attempting to
draw here, Eric, with you shrill, shrieking and hysterical histrionics?
2022-01-06 05:25:03 UTC
On Wed, 5 Jan 2022 20:41:05 -0800, Rudy Canoza says...
On 1/5/2022 8:30 PM, the mental defective AlleyPussyBitch aka Neutered Pussy ?
*NOT* a three letter athlete, was *NEVER* a bouncer, *NEVER* a golf pro, *NEVER*
a lifeguard, *NEVER* dunked a basketball, and has *NEVER* been laid, but just a
LOL... Living Rent Free In Rudy's Head - This Is What A Psycho Does When I
Trigger Him

Any questions?

Is this not the most sad and pathetic a human being can stoop to being?



Rudy's Low Self Esteem FORCES Him To Reply, Even When There's NOTHING To Reply

This Is Why Rudy Can't Admit He's Wrong

They say it takes a big person to admit their mistakes, but for Rudy, saying
he's wrong feels impossible.

Be it your partner, your boss or, God forbid, your in-laws, dealing with Rudy,
even when faced with overwhelming evidence of a bungle, just can't cop blame
can be frustrating.

(this is perfect)

But why does Rudy do it? We've asked psychologist Dr. Tim Sharp, chief
happiness officer at The Happiness Institute, to explain:


For Rudy, conceding that he's fallible can evoke a deep psychological anxiety
regarding "the risks or the consequences associated with loss or failure," says

"I think the reason Rudy can't apologize isn't actually because they don't like
to be wrong, but because it's seen as an inherent character fault," he


Sharp says that for non-apologists, the irrational need to always be "perfect"
rules their ego and they feel their screw-ups are unforgivable.

"The difficulty in admitting failure largely comes from the unrealistic
expectation that 'I should get it right all the time,'" he says.

Rudy Thinks Never Admitting Fault Makes Him Look Stronger

(this is perfect)

For Rudy, appearing apologetic is congruent to appearing weak, but Sharp says
they could not be more wrong, because a good leader admits their mistakes.

"There's some actually very interesting research that leaders who express
vulnerability and are more open to being fallible tend to be more highly
regarded," the expert explains.

According to him, a boss' deep sense of accountability can inspire people to
think of them as "highly trusted" and conjure "higher levels of engagement and

"This makes sense because if someone is saying, 'I'm 100 percent perfect, I'm
100 percent right all the time,' that's pretty hard to believe," says the

(THAT'S our Rudy)

"I'd find it hard to trust that person because there's no one I know 100
percent perfect.

Whereas if Rudy would say, 'You know, I'm going to do my best but I'll make
mistakes sometimes, I'll get it wrong, I'm sorry but I'll try to fix it,'... to
me, that's more believable. I'd be more trusting of that sort of person."

They Don't Value The Truth

(NO liberal does... THAT'S their M.O.)

For Rudy, the fact is he "doesn't necessarily value truth and honesty," says

"While I personally value truth and honesty, what I've come to learn, which I
find hard to understand but it's just a reality, is that Rudy doesn't value
those things as highly as me," says Sharp.

Taking political discussion as an example, the expert says Rudy, who eats up
"fake news" propaganda, doesn't value facts. When it comes to the truth, the
expert warns that Rudy "will literally say, 'I don't really care.'"

"Rudy doesn't care about it because he values other aspects of what they're
perceiving much more," he says.

Citing the upsurge of alt-left political movements around the world, Sharp says
how Rudy approaches a situation will often reveal whether facts or feelings
will influence them more.

"[Logical people] will look for facts and information and data and make their
decisions accordingly," he explains. "Other people make their decisions based
on much more emotion. Now the problem comes when you try to talk logic to an
emotional person because it just won't wear... you're talking different