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Medical examiner: George Floyd had ‘fatal level of fentanyl’ in his system, but is ‘not saying this killed him’

Written by on August 27, 2020

New court documents filed this week in the case against four Minneapolis police officers accused of murdering George Floyd provide new context to how he died. While the state medical examiner determined that Floyd’s death was a homicide due to the officers’ actions, new documents this week reveal that the state examiner also thought Floyd had a “fatal level” of fentanyl in his system, but he is “not saying this killed him.”

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