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MINNEAPOLIS BURNING!

 

 

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1 hour ago, JakeHolman said:

Black Business Owner Who Invested Life Savings Into Looted Bar: “I Don’t Know What I’m Gonna Do”

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https://summit.news/2020/05/29/black-business-owner-who-invested-life-savings-into-looted-bar-i-dont-know-what-im-gonna-do/

 

Like I stated in another thread some doing the looting doesn't care about the death of George Floyd just want an EXCUSE to destroy.  Exactly, why would protesters destroy a black owned business???

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he's a total weak weak sister ...

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George Floyd’s relatives to hire former NYC medical examiner for private autopsy they can ‘trust’

 

The private exam is needed because video makes clear George Floyd was walking around “just fine” before he was pinned to the pavement, pleading “I can’t breathe” in the eight-minute assault on his airway, lawyer Benjamin Crump said.

“We’ve just spoken recently with district attorney. We’re going to take custody back of George Floyd’s body, and we’re bringing in Dr. Michael Baden to perform an independent autopsy because we saw in the Eric Garner case and so many other cases where they have these people who work with the city come up with things that are such an illusion,” Crump said during a press conference.

“They’re going to have their own autopsy,” Crump said of Floyd’s family. “We’re not going to rely on this DA or this city to tell us the truth. We already saw the truth.”

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/george-floyd-s-relatives-to-hire-former-nyc-medical-examiner-for-private-autopsy-they-can-trust/ar-BB14MrGZ

*the accused has a very good lawyer ... he will rip to shreds any miscues the prosecutor makes ... plus paint a very good picture that while there was police brutality ... did the accused truly murder George Floyd? ... 

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Today's SpaceX's view from the Falcon 9 .

HEY FLAT EARTHERS....DOES THAT LOOK FLAT TO YOU??

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:lol:

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5 hours ago, JakeHolman said:

George Floyd’s relatives to hire former NYC medical examiner for private autopsy they can ‘trust’

 

The private exam is needed because video makes clear George Floyd was walking around “just fine” before he was pinned to the pavement, pleading “I can’t breathe” in the eight-minute assault on his airway, lawyer Benjamin Crump said.

“We’ve just spoken recently with district attorney. We’re going to take custody back of George Floyd’s body, and we’re bringing in Dr. Michael Baden to perform an independent autopsy because we saw in the Eric Garner case and so many other cases where they have these people who work with the city come up with things that are such an illusion,” Crump said during a press conference.

“They’re going to have their own autopsy,” Crump said of Floyd’s family. “We’re not going to rely on this DA or this city to tell us the truth. We already saw the truth.”

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/george-floyd-s-relatives-to-hire-former-nyc-medical-examiner-for-private-autopsy-they-can-trust/ar-BB14MrGZ

*the accused has a very good lawyer ... he will rip to shreds any miscues the prosecutor makes ... plus paint a very good picture that while there was police brutality ... did the accused truly murder George Floyd? ... 

The Scottsboro Boys had a good lawyer too.

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What We Do — and Don’t — Know Now about George Floyd’s Death

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The official complaint submitted to a Minnesota district court answers some questions, but raises others.

Things are often more complicated than they appear at first blush. That is certainly the case with the murder of George Floyd, with which former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was charged in a complaint filed on Friday.

For one thing, contrary to most people’s assumption, Mr. Floyd appears not to have died from asphyxia or strangulation as Chauvin pinned him to the ground, knee to the neck. Rather, as alleged in the complaint, Floyd suffered from coronary-artery disease and hypertensive-heart disease. The complaint further intimates, but does not come out and allege, that Floyd may have had “intoxicants” in his system. The effects of these underlying health conditions and “any potential intoxicants” are said to have “combined” with the physical restraint by three police officers, most prominently Chauvin, to cause Floyd’s death.

National Review >> https://www.nationalreview.com/2020/05/what-we-do-and-dont-know-now-about-george-floyds-death/?taid=5ed3ea4cb4f7010001632764&utm_campaign=trueanthem&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

once due process of the law begins we will see the law can be precise and final with no room for emotion ... contrary to what many may think ... this is not a slam dunk for the State ...

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There is a legal difference between 1st / 2nd degree murder and manslaughter.  The officer did not INTEND to kill Mr  Floyd but there was a disregard to his safety how the officer was apprehending him.

What’s the Difference Between Homicide, Murder, and Manslaughter?

https://www.steinandmarkuslaw.com/whats-the-difference-between-homicide-murder-and-manslaughter/

 

We cannot have mob action dictate how the legal system charges someone. Courts are about justice NOT vengeance.

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1 hour ago, hamradio said:

There is a legal difference between 1st / 2nd degree murder and manslaughter.  The officer did not INTEND to kill Mr  Floyd but there was a disregard to his safety how the officer was apprehending him.

What’s the Difference Between Homicide, Murder, and Manslaughter?

https://www.steinandmarkuslaw.com/whats-the-difference-between-homicide-murder-and-manslaughter/

 

We cannot have mob action dictate how the legal system charges someone. Courts are about justice NOT vengeance.

American courts are about getting advantages to people who can afford the most expensive and best lawyers and to the people who have the best social image and societal connections in the United States.

As far as this Derek Chauvin is concerned, he certainly deserves a first or second degree murder charge for the simple reason that he knew George Floyd very well. They had been co-workers as bouncers at a nightclub for some time.

Having said that, they will have to investigate whether or not he had some prior grievance or some prior issue with his victim. Having had a prior working relationship with his victim, changes the scenario completely. You mentioned vengeance--

Perhaps Derek Chauvin had some vengeance or some prior animosity against the victim that will be discovered during the investigation.

As far as the legal aspect is concerned, former Attorney General Eric Holder said the video shows undoubtably that this was a murder attempt upon an unarmed man who was not resisting arrest. And the former Attorney General couldn't figure out why it took them so long to press any kind of charges.

BTW-- Chauvin was arrested on Friday--

That's the same day that his wife filed for divorce.

 

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being a policeman is a tough thankless job ...

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