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I cant breathe dream prediction from May 20th 2020 says it all and what is to come please do not let this office get murdered in jail6/5/2020

I can't breathe...dream prediction from May 20th, 2020 says it all and what is to come, please do not let this office get murdered in jail. George Floyd's death is the cause of his killer's murder in jail, this is his cell number...please don't let the rest of this dream come true,


Call ?? 'i can't breathe, ex-police officer murdered in jail, PLEASE (not sure where)

There is a phone number on the dream, I can't make it out...sorry I also do not see the name George Floyd on the dream drawing but I'm certain this is what the prediction was about and what it to come...more murder.

Brian

George Perry Floyd Jr. (October 14, 1973 – May 25, 2020) was an African American man who died during a police arrest in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 25, 2020. Protests in response to Floyd's death, also with a broader focus on police violence against other black Americans, quickly spread across the United States and internationally.

Floyd was born Fayetteville, North Carolina, and raised in Cuney Homen the Third Ward[4] of Houston, Texas.[5][6] Friends and family called him Perryand characterized him as a "gentle giant".[8] According to his autopsy report Floyd was 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) and 223 lbs.[9]
He played on the basketball and football teams at Yates High School,[6][3] making "acrobatic catches, in the end, zone" and according to Texas Monthly helping to lead the team to the 1992 5A state championships.[2] He graduated from Yates in 1993[2] and attended South Florida Community College for two years, playing on its basketball team.[10][11] He transferred to Texas A-M Kingsville and played basketball there but dropped out.[2]
Floyd returned to Houston where he became an automotive customizer[12] and played club basketball.[2] Starting in 1994 he also performed as a rapper as "Big Floyd" in the hip-hop group Screwed Up Click.[2][13][14][15] According to Texas Monthly, "Floyd and dozens of others helped establish Houston as one of the world’s great hip-hop scenes."[2] In Houston, Floyd was "mentor to a generation of young men" and "a de-facto community leader", according to Christianity Today[16]
Following a string of arrests for theft and drug possession,[3] Floyd was charged in 2007 for armed robbery in a home invasion; he took a plea deal in 2009 for five years in prison.[17][18] He was paroled in 2013 after spending four years at the Diboll Unit.[2] After his release, he became involved with a local ministry: Resurrection Houston.[3]
In 2014, he moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota,[19] where he took jobs driving a truck and providing security at a restaurant[4] and lived in St. Louis Park.[2] In 2017, he filmed an anti-gun violence video.[3][8] In 2020, he lost the security job due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[20]
He had five children,[21][22][23] including two daughters in Houston, ages six and 22, and an adult son in Bryan, Texas.[24][25]
Death
Main article: Killing of George Floyd
On May 25, 2020, Floyd, suspected of passing a counterfeit $20 bill,[26] died in Minneapolis, Minnesota, after Derek Chauvin, a white police officer, pressed his knee to Floyd's neck for almost nine minutes. Floyd was handcuffed face down in the street,[27][28][29] while two other officers further restrained Floyd and a fourth prevented onlookers from intervening.[30]:6:24[31][32] During the final three minutes Floyd was motionless and had no pulse,[27][29] but officers made no attempt to revive him[33]:6:46 and Chauvin kept his knee on Floyd's neck even as arriving emergency medical technicians attempted to treat him.[33]:7:21 The official autopsy found Floyd died of cardiac arrest caused by being restrained.[9][34] Floyd was PCR-positive for COVID-19 at the time of his death; he was under the influence of fentanyl and had methamphetamine in his system.[9][35] A second autopsy, commissioned by Floyd's family, found that the "evidence is consistent with mechanical asphyxia as the cause" of death, with neck compression restricting blood flow to the brain, and back compression restricting breathing.[36]
Protests
Main article: George Floyd protests
After Floyd's death, demonstrations and protests were held globally against use of excessive force by police officers and lack of police accountability, with some involving violence.[37][38][39] Protests developed in over 400 cities throughout all 50 American states and internationally.[5][40]
Memorials and legacy

One of the George Floyd murals in Minneapolis. It's described by the Guardian as a "passionate and redemptive mural", which "demands a pause to the anger" , with George's came bursting out of the central sunflower in "rays of light and human warmth". Pic by Lorie Shaull. [41]
On June 4 a memorial service was held in Minneapolis with the Rev. Al Sharpton delivering the eulogy.
North Central University in Minneapolis announced a memorial scholarship in Floyd's name and challenged other colleges and universities to follow suit. University president Scott Hagen announced that as of June 4 the scholarship fund had received US$53,000 in donations. Alabama State announced a scholarship honoring Floyd and Greg Gunn in response hours later, challenging other historically black colleges and universities to follow suit.[44]
A variety of murals have been created by street artists across the world. Depictions include Floyd as an unquiet ghost in Minneapolis, as an Angel in Houston and as a Saint weeping blood in Naples. There is also one on the International Wall in Belfast commissioned by Festival of the People (Féile an Phobail) depicting Floyd looming large over the four police officers detaining him.
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Dream number 13090 20 May 2020 3 psychic prediction~16/5/2020

I can't breathe...dream prediction from May 20th, 2020 says it all and what is to come, please do not let this office get murdered in jail. George Floyd's death is the cause of his killer's murder in jail, this is his cell number...please don't let the rest of this dream come true,


Call ?? 'i can't breathe, ex-police officer murdered in jail, PLEASE (not sure where)

There is a phone number on the dream, I can't make it out...sorry I also do not see the name George Floyd on the dream drawing but I'm certain this is what the prediction was about and what it to come...more murder.

Brian

George Perry Floyd Jr. (October 14, 1973 – May 25, 2020) was an African American man who died during a police arrest in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 25, 2020. Protests in response to Floyd's death, also with a broader focus on police violence against other black Americans, quickly spread across the United States and internationally.

Floyd was born Fayetteville, North Carolina, and raised in Cuney Homen the Third Ward[4] of Houston, Texas.[5][6] Friends and family called him Perryand characterized him as a "gentle giant".[8] According to his autopsy report Floyd was 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) and 223 lbs.[9]
He played on the basketball and football teams at Yates High School,[6][3] making "acrobatic catches, in the end, zone" and according to Texas Monthly helping to lead the team to the 1992 5A state championships.[2] He graduated from Yates in 1993[2] and attended South Florida Community College for two years, playing on its basketball team.[10][11] He transferred to Texas A-M Kingsville and played basketball there but dropped out.[2]
Floyd returned to Houston where he became an automotive customizer[12] and played club basketball.[2] Starting in 1994 he also performed as a rapper as "Big Floyd" in the hip-hop group Screwed Up Click.[2][13][14][15] According to Texas Monthly, "Floyd and dozens of others helped establish Houston as one of the world’s great hip-hop scenes."[2] In Houston, Floyd was "mentor to a generation of young men" and "a de-facto community leader", according to Christianity Today[16]
Following a string of arrests for theft and drug possession,[3] Floyd was charged in 2007 for armed robbery in a home invasion; he took a plea deal in 2009 for five years in prison.[17][18] He was paroled in 2013 after spending four years at the Diboll Unit.[2] After his release, he became involved with a local ministry: Resurrection Houston.[3]
In 2014, he moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota,[19] where he took jobs driving a truck and providing security at a restaurant[4] and lived in St. Louis Park.[2] In 2017, he filmed an anti-gun violence video.[3][8] In 2020, he lost the security job due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[20]
He had five children,[21][22][23] including two daughters in Houston, ages six and 22, and an adult son in Bryan, Texas.[24][25]
Death
Main article: Killing of George Floyd
On May 25, 2020, Floyd, suspected of passing a counterfeit $20 bill,[26] died in Minneapolis, Minnesota, after Derek Chauvin, a white police officer, pressed his knee to Floyd's neck for almost nine minutes. Floyd was handcuffed face down in the street,[27][28][29] while two other officers further restrained Floyd and a fourth prevented onlookers from intervening.[30]:6:24[31][32] During the final three minutes Floyd was motionless and had no pulse,[27][29] but officers made no attempt to revive him[33]:6:46 and Chauvin kept his knee on Floyd's neck even as arriving emergency medical technicians attempted to treat him.[33]:7:21 The official autopsy found Floyd died of cardiac arrest caused by being restrained.[9][34] Floyd was PCR-positive for COVID-19 at the time of his death; he was under the influence of fentanyl and had methamphetamine in his system.[9][35] A second autopsy, commissioned by Floyd's family, found that the "evidence is consistent with mechanical asphyxia as the cause" of death, with neck compression restricting blood flow to the brain, and back compression restricting breathing.[36]
Protests
Main article: George Floyd protests
After Floyd's death, demonstrations and protests were held globally against use of excessive force by police officers and lack of police accountability, with some involving violence.[37][38][39] Protests developed in over 400 cities throughout all 50 American states and internationally.[5][40]
Memorials and legacy

One of the George Floyd murals in Minneapolis. It's described by the Guardian as a "passionate and redemptive mural", which "demands a pause to the anger" , with George's came bursting out of the central sunflower in "rays of light and human warmth". Pic by Lorie Shaull. [41]
On June 4 a memorial service was held in Minneapolis with the Rev. Al Sharpton delivering the eulogy.
North Central University in Minneapolis announced a memorial scholarship in Floyd's name and challenged other colleges and universities to follow suit. University president Scott Hagen announced that as of June 4 the scholarship fund had received US$53,000 in donations. Alabama State announced a scholarship honoring Floyd and Greg Gunn in response hours later, challenging other historically black colleges and universities to follow suit.[44]
A variety of murals have been created by street artists across the world. Depictions include Floyd as an unquiet ghost in Minneapolis, as an Angel in Houston and as a Saint weeping blood in Naples. There is also one on the International Wall in Belfast commissioned by Festival of the People (Féile an Phobail) depicting Floyd looming large over the four police officers detaining him.
   
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