An independent autopsy of George Floyd, who died in connection with a violent arrest in Minneapolis a week ago, shows that he died of suffocation.
It says lawyers and forensic experts, who have worked for the Floyd family.
- the Autopsy of Floyd showing that he had other health problems that may have triggered or contributed to his death, says coroner Michael Baden, according to the news agency dpa.
the Autopsy shows further that the pressure, as a police officer Derek Chauvin inflicted on Floyd's neck with his knee, stopped the blood flow to the brain.
at the same time did the weight on Floyd's back it hard to breathe.
It informs the family lawyer, Ben Crump, at a press conference Monday, according to AFP news agency.
According to medical examiner Michael Baden, there were two officers, who pressed against Floyd's neck and back.
the autopsy report is commissioned by George Floyd's family.
ABC News is reporting that the incident in the new obduktionsrapport referred to as killing - in English homicide.
CNN writes that the information is in conflict with a previous study.
According to CNN, says the public prosecutor in Hennepin County in a response to a complaint of Derek Chauvin, to the coroner of Hennepin County 'not found signs of strangulation'.
Derek Chauvin is the police officer that is recorded on a video, where he in at least seven minutes of sitting with his knees against George Floyd's neck during an arrest.
Derek Chauvin has since been charged with murder and manslaughter.
The three other officers who were present during the arrest, are not yet arrested.
In an interview with CNN on Monday, says police chief in Minneapolis Medaria Arradondo, all four of the officers who was at the arrest of George Floyd, is 'complicit'.