Klayman: Once a Proud Alum No Longer: Duke Has Gone as Far Left as UC Berkeley! Purveyors of Leftist Cover-Up!
By Leah Asmelash
March 27, 2021
(CNN)A flier insinuating that George Floyd's death was because of drugs appeared on a Black History Month display at Duke University, causing a school-wide investigation into what officials are calling an "act of bias."

The flier, an apparent printout of George Floyd's toxicology report, appeared Saturday, Duke University confirmed, on a Black History Month display honoring Black victims of police violence. The report included handwritten remarks in a pink pen, reading: "Mix of drugs presents in difficulty breathing! Overdose? Good Man? Use of fake currency is a felony!"

At the time of his death, police had been called on Floyd for allegedly using a counterfeit bill at a store in Minneapolis. His death in May 2020, after police officers knelt on his neck for eight minutes, caused massive anti-racism protests across the country. An independent autopsy at the time found that Floyd died of "asphyxiation from sustained pressure" from the officers kneeling on his neck and back.

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