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WHO KILLED GEORGE FLOYD?


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4 minutes ago, JakeHolman said:

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We Are Derek Chauvin

Posted By pcr3 On April 23, 2021 @ 7:07 am In Guest Contributions | Comments Disabled

We Are Derek Chauvin

https://www.unz.com/article/we-are-derek-chauvin/ [1] 

 
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Sounds about right.....White Americans, with White Privilege all their lives, unable to fathom that they can no longer kill a black man with impunity and get away with MURDER!!   White privilege has its limits, and they don’t like it!!

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2 hours ago, JakeHolman said:

like the rigged election ... millions of Americans see this trial as a kangaroo court with a rigged outcome ...

Did you miss this headline, Jake, or are you just so upset that a racist cop was convicted, for a change, that you can't see straight?

On 4/21/2021 at 8:01 PM, TomJH said:

Exclusive: Americans overwhelmingly approve of Chauvin guilty verdict, USA TODAY/Ipsos snap poll finds

The survey found 71% of Americans agreed Chauvin was guilty, and most Americans surveyed followed at least some coverage of the three-week trial. When participants were identified by political affiliation, Democrats strongly concurred, at 85%, with Republicans at 55% and independents at 71%. The results were based on an online survey of 1,000 American adults from all states.

https://news.yahoo.com/ipsos-poll-nearly-half-americans-125549023.html

 

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Jake likes to talk about kangaroo courts and "slippery slopes." Has he ever made reference to the cops at the trial (including the police chief) who testified against Chauvin? These were good cops that were as horrified by his behaviour as everyone else.

This is not strictly a black versus white case, though race does play a huge role in it. As those cops who testified for the prosecution showed this is also a right versus wrong case.

Let's celebrate the integrity of those cops at the trial who came out in public to condemn the behaviour of a fellow officer whose behaviour they found abhorrent.

Chief Medaria Arradondo testifies in Derek Chauvin trial | wgrz.com

Derek Chauvin trial, day 5: Zimmerman calls force on Floyd unnecessary

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Evidence Mounts — Chauvin Did Not Murder Floyd

The strange evolution of the prosecution’s asphyxiation charge.

By Jack Cashill
American Thinker

June 12, 2021

In his motion for a new trial, former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, through his attorney Eric Nelson, made an obvious point. Quoting case law, Nelson reminded the court of “the prosecutor’s inherently unique role in the criminal justice system, which mandates that the prosecutor not act as a zealous advocate for criminal punishment, but as the representative of the people in an effort to seek justice.”

Had the State prosecutors set out to honor this mandate and seek justice, they would not have presented the medical evidence they did. In fact, they would not have charged Derek Chauvin with second-degree murder or charged his colleagues as accomplices.

If justice were the goal, prosecutors would have taken two critical steps to assure that the medical testimony supported the charge of murder. The first was to run a controlled experiment to see if Chauvin’s actions could possibly have resulted in the death of George Floyd. The second was to make the court and the defense aware of the potential compromise of its star medical witness, Hennepin County Medical Examiner Dr. Andrew Baker.

Dr. John Dunn did run such an experiment, and he made a video of the same. Dr. Dunn comes well credentialed. He is a former member and chair of the medico-legal committee for the American College of Emergency Physicians, board certified in legal medicine, and co-author with a pathologist of a chapter on forensics for a text published by the American College of Legal Medicine. He has followed the case from the beginning, studied the videos, and reviewed Floyd’s autopsy report.

Not content to speculate, Dr. Dunn enlisted the help of two men to determine whether or not the prone restraint used by Chauvin on Floyd could have asphyxiated and killed him. He recruited a 230-pound man to play the role of Floyd and a 170-pound man to play Chauvin’s role. At the time of the incident, Floyd weighed 223 pounds, and Chauvin, with his gear, weighed about 170.

The Chauvin proxy applied the handcuffs and placed the “suspect” in the prone restraint position. For a 10-minute period, he put his left knee on the man’s neck and shoulder, matching the pressure Chauvin put on Floyd. Throughout the experiment, Dunn used a pulse oximeter to monitor the oxygen level and pulse of the man being held in this prone restraint.

As Dunn attests and the video shows, “The results were that there was no impact on the oxygen level or the pulse of the restrained man for the full 10 minutes, and no ill effects at the time or two days later when he was interviewed.” Arguably, Dunn’s experiment has more evidentiary value than any contrary proof offered by the State.

 

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ST. PAUL, Minn. — A jury was picked Thursday for the federal trial of three Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd’s killing, with the judge stressing repeatedly that fellow Officer Derek Chauvin’s conviction on state murder charges and guilty plea to a federal civil rights violation should not influence the proceedings.

J. Kueng, Thomas Lane and Tou Thao are broadly charged with depriving Floyd of his civil rights while acting under government authority as Chauvin used his knee to pin the Black man to the street.

Separately, they’re charged in state court with aiding and abetting both murder and manslaughter in the videotaped killing that triggered worldwide protests, violence and a re-examination of racism and policing.........."

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