This is the most ignorant thing I read today. It's ridiculous, even the police department, the Chef Executive Officer (C. E. O) stated the way Chauvin dealt with Floyd wasn't in the way police officers where taught to conduct cases like that. Especially when he was cooperating during the arrest. is not that he ran off, or refused to get arrested y'all. He had no weapons on him, I don't understand why 3 police officers felt the need to get so violent. For WHAT? And you are saying Chauvin got arrested for no reason. Damn girl.
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Bullshit. Have you ever seen someone being restrained by the police. They're all mr hardman until the police grab them then they play the police brutality card at the slightest touch.
@purplepoppy With respect, Good Lady, I have watched the video, and the cop did not NEED to be kneeing on him, as long as he was!When someone is handcuffed, and just saying that they cannot breathe, why wouldn't a Good Officer, release him, help him sit up, and ensure that he was OK? When detained, and handcuffed, the police assume responsibility for the livelihood of the person being detained! If that person dies, the Police FCKED UP! Plain and SIMPLE! THEY FCKED UP!!The video shows that he was NO THREAT AT ALL, at that point, and just struggling to breathe, either because of the Nazi, I mean Police officer, kneeling on his neck, or from all the drugs he had taken!However, several reports have come out, from the autopsies, and Flyod was HIGH, and his system was so loaded with drugs, that he probably would have died, later that day, even if the police didn't detain him.I believe that if Floyd was white, he would be alive today!!
Chauvin’s actions were not in line with MPD’s use of force policy or his training, which was more than ample reason to fire him. Whether or not a second degree murder charge will hold up is for the judge and jury to decide. There’s plenty of room for reasonable doubt, and the case against him is pretty flimsy. We’ll see.
@LuvMeSomeBoys Yeah, and I respect DUE PROCESS, and the whole legal action! What I hate, is the response, AFTER the verdict, like in Rodney King, in California, when angry DOUCH-bags thought it was OK to burn businesses, and buildings because they disagreed with the verdict!!The only GOOD thing, that came from that, was pictures of the KOREANS, with AR-15s and AK-47, civilian, Semi-automatic, and NOT "ASSAULT RIFLES" defending their stores, that DIDN'T GET BURNED!!! FUCK THE GUN BANNER Liberals!! That is WHY we need them!!!Many in Minneapolis are AFRAID this is going to happen here, too, with ignorant FCKS, just destroying things, businesses, that HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH THE CASE!!!Oh, wait, IT DID HAPPEN, LAST June! BILLIONS OF DOLLARS OF DAMAGE!!!The Police did NOTHING but HIDE!! One of their precincts was burned, and they cowered, and hid!!"Protect and Serve" MY ASS!!!So many, have bought guns, just to PROTECT THEMSELVES, since all of the BULLSHIT talk of disbanding the police, that are as useful as a condom in a Convent!!!I hope nothing bad happens, but I agree with these, having those guns to protect themselves, should there be riots, again, and our "leaders" failing, yet AGAIN!! Last year, the Police DID NOTHING!!! They ran away and hid!! It took our loser, DB governor more than 2 days, to even call in the National Guard, because the Police were a Limp dick!!!
Y'all are wasting your time, you're talking to a wall. She's even more mindless than she looks. Yeah, I said it. Chauvin was 100% guilty of second degree murder. I support police and I also believe we have to hold the bad ones accountable and call a spade a spade. His knee was on his neck for almost 9 minutes straight and he said he couldn't breathe numerous times plus an autopsy confirmed than Floyd died of asphyxiation from sustained pressure, meaning not being able to breathe due to the pressure on his neck from Chauvin's knee.
@Rangers That is why he is going to Trial, by Jury, if they can find enough, unbiassed ones! The trial will show if he is actually guilty, or if the amount of drugs, in Floyd, at the time was the cause of death.I am concerned about the RIOTS, if he is acquitted, when there is REASONABLE DOUBT, that he was the cause of death. . .
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He wasn't resisting arrest in the video. It was clear he wasn't.
The only does that video show him actively resisting arrest, he was shouting about not being able to breathe long before he ever gone on the ground.
And I'm 70% sure that bit about being claustrophobic is BS. Although he was telling the truth about having covid-19.
Just in case you're wondering, because it is a long video, while he does show some light resistance got the entire rest, the real resisting arrest happens at about 6 minutes into the video where the officers try and put him in their car. Where he does everything humanly possible to not get in that car. He even tries climbing out the other side.
Best idea I have heard in the last 12 months
They did and he got convicted for 15 years of manslaughter.
Less than 8, apparently, but yes.
@goaded: I think it was over 9 minutes, almost 10.
"For seven minutes and 46 seconds, Mr Chauvin kept his knee on Mr Floyd's neck, the prosecutors' report says. The duration was initially given as eight minutes and 46 seconds until Minnesota prosecutors corrected the figure three weeks after Mr Floyd's death."www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-52861726It was still seven a half minutes minutes too long.
@goaded: My bad
here : www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-52861726
The doctor said it was murder. Common sense should tell if you press a grown man knee and body weight plus his armor he has on someone's neck for over 9 straight minutes that the person will die.news.yahoo.com/...y-release-results-131914413.html
www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-52861726 you need to read this