And yet somehow, after years of people on a crusade about how opioids like Fentanyl are a scourge, it's different now. Am I saying that because he used drugs, or had a large amount of drugs in his system at the time of his death that his life mattered less? No. But, the substances in his body can't be ruled out as a factor. Particularly since it was a large dose and such doses impair breathing and can induce a cardiac arrest. To be honest though, for me, this whole "black lives matter" versus "all lives matter" thing is unimportant. No life is more or less important than any other in the scheme of things. Because when it comes to the trial, win, lose or draw, his life won't matter to the people pushing what is the current outrage of the moment. Once its over, they'll have moved on to the next outrage and George Floyd will be forgotten. Like Trayvon Martin. Like Eric Garner. Like Philando Castile. Like Freddie Gray. Like Michael Brown. And on and on.