I’m no help here. I know nothing about this “leaks” scene. I know the answer to none of the questions you might ask: are these real, are they fake, are they old, are they new, where do they come from.

1 (deleted),2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

From the comments (thanks):

The first one is a weird photoshop of a recent sample pic (of what looks like the initial batch) from a leaker. (Now deleted) The rest were released quite awhile ago (maybe 2014-ish?)

The autopsy also mentions intoxication, confirming the store clerk’s description of Floyd as “awfully drunk.” The autopsy does not specify the cause of the possible intoxication, so it may not be alcohol. Floyd had substance abuse in his past.

“Mr. Floyd had underlying health conditions including coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease. The combined effects of Mr. Floyd being restrained by police, his underlying health conditions and any potential intoxicants in his system likely contributed to his death.”

That will not make it impossible to convict the police officer, but it will certainly make it more difficult than if Floyd had died of asphyxiation caused directly by the restraint technique. The DA will presumably argue that the officer’s unnecessary force exacerbated the pre-existing heart conditions, that the officer had a long record of complaints against him, that the officer continued unnecessarily to restrain the man for 2 minutes and 53 seconds after he had passed out, and that George would be alive now except for officer’s excesses. The defense will say that the man was a muscular 6’6″ career criminal who was intoxicated and resisting arrest, so the police took measures to protect themselves. Each side will try to keep the unsavory history of the two men out of evidence. In Floyd’s case the prosecution will argue that Floyd’s history of armed robbery and home invasion is not a mitigating circumstance because the officers could not have known about Floyd’s criminal past at the time of the deadly restraint. (The officer’s previous complaints may well be relevant.)

The rest will be up to the jury.

UPDATED: The Washington Post did quite a thorough summary of the case, although it’s a bit annoying that it seems to be narrated by some kid whose voice hasn’t changed yet.