Jury reaches verdict in Chauvin trial. Announcement imminent

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Even Fox News' Jeanine Pirro is backing the jury's verdict in former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin's murder trial, agreeing the facts "clearly" supported his conviction.
The Fox host and former judge voiced her approval on Tuesday after Chauvin was found guilty of murdering George Floyd.
"Clearly, the verdict is supported by the facts," Pirro said. "The facts are solid on this verdict. This verdict will be upheld on appeal."



Looks like there is a break in the cult Ralph.
 
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He might have made a mistake but hardly murder. Even if he really did cause the death, which is questionable. You fight with the police you might get hurt or worse. The criminal makes that decision, not the officer.
True, but Floyd wasn't on trial.
 

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Regardless of Floyd's history and the fact that he was under arrest, he was handcuffed and on the ground, with multiple officers on the scene. There doesn't seem to be any justification for the officer to have knelt on his neck for any extended amount of time. If he tried to fight of flee when let off the ground those officers should have been able to subdue him again.
 
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The thugs and goons that have been on the streets for days rioting. Does CNN hide everything from you people?
Except you provided zero proof for your allegations.
It seems to be a theme for you, that is, if you don't understand something or don't like it, you assume fear is the motivation or causal effect.

You've made the allegation that the jury was afraid. Now step up and prove it.

(the rest of us will just play 1962's Adlai Stevenson)
 

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Except you provided zero proof for your allegations.
It seems to be a theme for you, that is, if you don't understand something or don't like it, you assume fear is the motivation or causal effect.

You've made the allegation that the jury was afraid. Now step up and prove it.

(the rest of us will just play 1962's Adlai Stevenson)
Play with whatever you wish GB.

I understand exactly what’s going on in Minneapolis.
 

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He kneeled on the guy's neck for over nine minutes sometimes using his full body weight.
Video from other officer's body cam showed that from the rear view his knee was not on the neck as it appeared in cell phone video from the front view and that from time to time Chauvin lifted his weight.
 

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Regardless of Floyd's history and the fact that he was under arrest, he was handcuffed and on the ground, with multiple officers on the scene. There doesn't seem to be any justification for the officer to have knelt on his neck for any extended amount of time. If he tried to fight of flee when let off the ground those officers should have been able to subdue him again.
I don't think police officers task with the duty of protecting the public should be letting a violent , drug crazed convict have any opportunity to escape...... just saying.
 
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