Friday, April 02, 2021 What We Know about George Floyd’s Girlfriend, Courteney Ross

By R.C.
Thu, Apr 1, 2021 10:33 p.m. What We Know about Courteney Ross, George Floyd’s Former Girlfriend

Ms. Ross was called on by the prosecution to testify on Thursday.

R.C.: What’s the term from the Urban Dictionary?


N.S.: That would seem to apply to every White woman involved in this show trial.



Anonymous said...

This is what blacks,taking over neighborhoods,have done to our White women and country.Add to that,the obsession by media,to push White women to adopt a black lifestyle("give a nigga a break"),and have "relationships" with them(getting pregnant),the Floyd videos and testimony are an education--not to me--but many in our country.


Anonymous said...

I thought the same thing too. Mudshark coalburner. A bottom feeder [mudshark].They both shared the same difficulty. Drug addiction to opioids.

Big George the XXX porn star was good while it lasted she undoubtedly thinks so.

Anonymous said...


(Minneapolis Star-Tribune)
Veteran Minneapolis police lieutenant testified Friday that it was "totally unnecessary" for Derek Chauvin to put his knee on a handcuffed George Floyd's neck during his arrest last spring.

"First of all," Lt. Richard Zimmerman said during Chauvin's murder trial in Hennepin County District Court, "pulling him down to the ground facedown and putting your knee on a neck for that amount of time is just uncalled for."

The head of the Police Department's homicide unit added, "I saw no reason why the officers felt they were in danger if that's what they felt, and that's what they would have to have felt to have to use that kind of force."

In your opinion, should that restraint have stopped once he was handcuffed and prone on the ground?


Zimmerman said department policy requires that prone suspects who are handcuffed — as was Floyd on the night of his death — must be taken off their chest as soon as possible.

The lieutenant went through the Police Department's use of force policy and brought up several provisions that run counter to what the prosecution is contending Chauvin and other officers did wrong on May 25, when Floyd was kept-face down and cuffed behind his back for more than nine minutes as he became unresponsive and died later that night.

Prosecutor Matthew Frank asked Zimmerman whether he was ever trained to put a knee on the neck of someone in handcuffs.

"No, I haven't," he said.

Zimmerman said such a tactic would fall under the most extreme level of force by an officer, that being "deadly force."

"If your knee is on someone's neck, that could kill them," he said.

Frank then asked how much a threat a suspect would be once handcuffed.

"The threat level goes down all the way," the lieutenant said. "They are cuffed; how can they hurt you? ... You getting injured is way down," apart from possibly getting kicked, he continued.

Once the cuffs are on a suspect, "that person is yours," said Zimmerman, who joined the department 36 years ago. "He is your responsibility. His safety is your responsibility. His well-being is your responsibility.
GRA:A very damaging bit of testimony,imho.