A 20-page autopsy report issued by the Hennepin County Medical Inspector’s Office showed that George Floyd died after kneeling on the neck of some policemen in Minneapolis The coronavirus test was positive in March. The autopsy report was approved by the family and released after the summary findings of the coroner’s office, which confirmed that Freud suffered from heart disease while being bound by the police. The death of George Floyd is now classified as a homicide.
TMZ reported that the Coroner said;
“Positivity for 2019-nCoV can persist for weeks after the onset and resolution of clinical disease, the autopsy result most likely reflects asymptomatic but persistent PCR positivity from the previous infection.”
This means that the deceased may move around without any problems or active symptoms, but the virus is still inside him. Hennepin’s final report on Wednesday stated that Freud “has not injured the neck or throat muscles.” A Keith Ellison, the Attorney General of Minnesota, upgraded the accusation against Chauvin to a Level 2 murder on Wednesday, June 3, while also assisting and teaching the other three officers at the scene.
Floyd’s family lawyer Ben Crump earlier condemned the suffocation, as the original complaint against Chauvin accused of conducting an official autopsy. An autopsy commissioned by the Floyd family concluded that he died of suffocation due to pressure on his neck and back.