"Prosecutor Jerry Blackwell told the judge that the prosecution had new evidence to present regarding carbon monoxide in George Floyd's blood. Yesterday, Dr. Fowler, a retired forensic pathologist, said it was possible that carbon monoxide ingestion from the tailpipe of the car that Floyd was pinned on the ground near could have contributed to his death."
"Defense attorney Eric Nelson said he opposed allowing the prosecution to present this evidence and call its rebuttal witness. Nelson argued that the disclosure of these new test results was untimely. He said that he only received the information last night after court had wrapped for the day."
Anyone know why?
Wouldn’t this just solve a lot of problems
I have issues with concentration, I feel nauseous when in my bedroom for long periods of time, which I have to do because I do most of my homework there as well as spend a lot of time in there.
I don't want to spend a couple of hundred dollars on this so I was just wondering if there were any other good ways to tell.
I know it’s probably nothing to be worried about but I just thought I'd ask on reddit because I'm too nervous to ask anyone in real life because I' pretty sure they would just think I was paranoid, while I probably am, but hey, that’s a whole point of r/TooAfraidToAsk being to afraid to ask someone in real life.
By the way I do have a carbon monoxide detector.