Pumpkin2021 said:There were not lethal doses of drugs in his system so he was simply high.
The level of fentanyl in his system (11 ng/ml) is well above fatal amounts recorded for poly-substance use... as I established earlier in the thread. If he didn't say "I can't breathe" four times prior to being restrained, I would have less doubt.
I've already said Chauvin is probably guilty of manslaughter.
The man doesn't "think" anything. He is a certified Pathologist who knows exactly the cause of death.
Unless you believe nobody has ever gotten the cause of death wrong after performing an autopsy, your statement is false. It is his expert opinion. He's probably right, but he doesn't know what happened because that is impossible.