The vast majority don’t get in trouble.
Yeah but killing a guy on camera
Oh I know. Had one here in my city. Shot the guy in his back. Not guilty.
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Knees on neck isn’t procedure.
It's a technique commonly used to restrain people. So.. yes it is. This wasn't even the first time I've seen cops put their knee on someone's neck area.
Maybe, but wouldn’t that make the cops even more guilty? Kneeing a guy in the neck who just said he couldn’t breathe?
He was died and didn't know it
George had already been restrained and broke free; The cop didn't just pull the guy out of his car and hold him down. All of this was caught on the full video. Like it or not, the officer will almost certainly be found not guilty in regards to the death of George Floyd, which the autopsy supports occured due to a massive overdose on Fentynol, not injuries inflicted by the officer. The courts may find him guilty of some other charge or infraction, but murder, or really anything more than negligent manslaughter is going to be pretty much impossible to prove in court, which is why so many were criticizing the aggressive push for murder charges in the first place- it is easier to upgrade from a lesser charge than to downgrade, if the goal is maximum justifiable punishment. Unless the judge and jury plan on feeding this guy to the wolves no matter what, this case is basically over. You've all been scammed by a lie, and frankly this happens all the time: "activist" lawyers getting filthy rich on cases that aren't really there, fueled by propaganda to drive public opinion independent of facts.
I think the Asian cop should be charged too. Just bc of his haircut tho.
What goes through my mind every time I see the video. Why resist arrest. Worst can happen he goes to prison.But that would not have happened one of his big friends would have bailed him.So why resist?
Last I heard it was third degree murder... not sure what that is. I’d say manslaughter in that he didn’t necessarily want Floyd dead. He was just really really negligent.
Update: I'm hearing there are three different charges, from 2nd. degree murder on down. It seems like the prosecution is throwing everything at the wall to see what sticks. I guess that's how justice works in America.