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Dr. Smock testifies that CPR should have started on George Floyd much sooner than it did but especially when the officers said they could not find a pulse on him.

‘He died because he had no oxygen left in his body’ — Police surgeon Dr. Bill Smock testified that George Floyd died from a lack of oxygen during the Derek Chauvin murder trial

Dr. Smock testifies he did not see evidence on the autopsy that Floyd died of a heart attack. He says there is no evidence that Floyd died of a fatal arrhythmia (because those are sudden deaths), no evidence that he died of either a meth or fentanyl overdose.

‘He died because he had no oxygen left in his body’ — Police surgeon Dr. Bill Smock testified that George Floyd died from a lack of oxygen during the Derek Chauvin murder trial

‘He died because he had no oxygen left in his body’ — Police surgeon Dr. Bill Smock testified that George Floyd died from a lack of oxygen during the Derek Chauvin murder trial

In the video of GeorgeFloyd’s arrest, Dr. Bill Smock says it’s important to look at Floyd’s hand as the incident progresses. Floyd was attempting to push himself up, Smock says, so he could breathe

‘He died because he had no oxygen left in his body’ — Police surgeon Dr. Bill Smock testified that George Floyd died from a lack of oxygen during the Derek Chauvin murder trial

‘He died because he had no oxygen left in his body’ — Police surgeon Dr. Bill Smock testified that George Floyd died from a lack of oxygen during the Derek Chauvin murder trial

During testimony in the Chauvin trial, Dr. Smock, police surgeon at Louisville Metro Police Dept., says George Floyd died of positional asphyxia—calling it “a fancy way of saying he died because he had no oxygen left in his body” (Corrects: Name and title)

Dr. William Smock, an emergency medical physician who teaches police officers, testified today in the Derek Chauvin trial, saying "Mr. Floyd died from positional asphyxia, which is a fancy way of saying he died because he had no oxygen left in his body."

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State’s witness Dr. Smock rules out “excited delirium” as well as fentanyl overdose as potential causes of GeorgeFloyd’s death. Methodically, goes through the symptoms of each condition, saying they were inconsistent with what Floyd presented.

Like Dr. Tobin, Dr. Smock points the jurors to Floyd's right hand pushing against the tire. Says this is "very important" because it shows what Floyd is doing to try and breathe. He says Floyd is trying to get his right side of his chest off the sidewalk so he can breathe.

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“Mr. Floyd died from positional asphyxia, which is a fancy way of saying he died because he had no oxygen left in his body,” says Dr. Bill Smock, a police surgeon and emergency medicine physician with specialized training in forensic medicine

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