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Bystander video shows "the moment the life goes out" of Floyd's body, pulmonary expert says

April 8, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Dr. Martin Tobin, a pulmonary expert, testified that George Floyd's final moments of his life can be seen in the bystander video of the May 25, 2020 incident.

Dr. Martin Tobin, a pulmonary expert, acknowledged that George Floyd had pre-existing conditions but said a healthy person would have died under the same conditions Floyd was subjected to.

Dr. Martin Tobin, a pulmonary expert who reviewed medical records in the case, testified that he determined that at one point while Derek Chauvin was on top of George Floyd there was "not an ounce of oxygen left in his body, in his entire body. "

Asked if Chauvin removed his knee from Floyd's neck at the point that there was no more oxygen in his body, Tobin said, "No, the knee remained on the neck for another 3 minutes and 2 seconds, after we reached the point where there was not one ounce of oxygen left in the body. "

Dr. Martin Tobin, a pulmonologist who reviewed medical records in the case, testified that George Floyd's oxygen levels significantly decreased while ex-cop Derek Chauvin was on top of him.

Most jurors appear to be engaged and taking notes during testimony from pulmonologist Dr. Martin Tobin this morning in the Derek Chauvin trial, according to reports from two courtroom pool reporters.

Tobin said that George Floyd's leg movements during the incident shows evidence that he was experiencing a seizure while Chauvin was holding him down.

Dr. Martin Tobin, a pulmonologist who reviewed medical records in George Floyd's case, has resumed his testimony after the court took a 20-minute break.

Dr. Martin Tobin, a pulmonologist who reviewed medical records in George Floyd's case, will resume his testimony when the court returns.

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