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posted ago by Obsidian492

Then the shit will truly hit the fan as the MSM and rioters will not accept this actual correct, verdict of Justice delivered by a jury of 12, but shall call for Vengeance and Death to white people and our beloved GEOTUS. Pray for his safety and stay vigilant my fellow pedes.

Then the shit will truly hit the fan as the MSM and rioters will not accept this actual correct, verdict of Justice delivered by a jury of 12, but shall call for Vengeance and Death to white people and our beloved GEOTUS. Pray for his safety and stay vigilant my fellow pedes.
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thxpk 54 points ago

Regardless of this cops actions, whether they contributed or not, there's no way in hell he's getting a fair trial.

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Jabron661 18 points ago

That jury will make OJ's look like a klan meeting.

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NeilNewsNetwork 10 points ago

this "trial" will be more crooked than the Mueller investigation

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CakeStryder 3 points ago

Yep. They're going to rig it so the cop gets off scott-free in order to piss off BLM even more.

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Wizard 2 points ago

Zimmerman got a good trial, there’s an effective system in place

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EDDIT_IS_CUCKED 4 points ago

Yeah, but we all know you can't flim-flam the zim-zam

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King6of6the6retards 2 points ago

With the most blatant perjury I've ever seen.

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OMBOMB 39 points ago

True. But the FACT that the Minneapolis PD Manual specifies knee-to-the-neck as Standard Operating Procedure, is just as damning.

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blackestknight 14 points ago

It's only standard procedure for aggressively resisting perpetrators. The regulations are clear that as soon as George stopped resisting actively, the hold needed to be broken, which the other did not do.

So he did not follow standard operating procedure.

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Obsidian492 [S] 3 points ago

Except the media leaves out important facts as to why that hold was persisted. Review of the bodycam footage reveals more than you know and more than what the Fake News wants to promote (if it doesn't incite riots, do you actually think that would be on CNN):

https://www.houstoncourant.com/houston-voices/2020/the-chauvin-floyd-affair

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blackestknight 14 points ago

Body cam footage wouldn't show Floyd resisting for the whole duration since he was unconscious for near 3 minutes of it for one. You're wrong about this.

Hold should have been released at the very least the second Floyd went limp. That's what the regualation says, Chauvin broken them.

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kjj9 3 points ago

Yeah, no one would think of pretending to go limp during an arrest.

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Keiichi81 8 points ago

There were 4 officers and he was handcuffed. I'm pretty sure they had the situation handled regardless.

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Thiswillbeintheexam 3 points ago

Having restrained drug affected people before; you pin them down to prevent them from harming themselves.

I strongly suspect that Lloyd was smashing his face against the interior of the cruiser which is both why he was bleeding from the nose in later scenes and why he was removed from the cruiser (it's pretty inexplicable otherwise). The knee is on his neck not to stop him from escaping, but to stop him lifting his head up to smash his own face into the ground.

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blackestknight 6 points ago

Seeing how he was cuffed and laying flat on the ground, even if faking, releasing the hold is what the regulation says to do.

I don’t get why many here attempt to defend Chauvin. Trump thinks he’s a scumbag.

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Thiswillbeintheexam 5 points ago

I was a LEO for 10 years. I defend him because I didn't see anything on the tape that I haven't seen on the street many, many times used against people of all creeds and colours without death resulting. Having restrained drug affected people before; sometimes you have to really pin them down, not to prevent escape, but to prevent them from harming themselves.

Yes, in the Disneyland of training, you are supposed to get them on their side after you get the cuffs on because of the risk of positional asphyxia, but if they're totally psychotic and harming themselves, then you can't just allow them to smash their face to bits on the road (duty of care applies). And people absolutely will do that sort of thing. Sometimes, bleeding people with HIV and Hepatitis spit blood.

Drug affected and irrational people are capable of all sorts of things that just don't occur to normal people as possibilities, but they occur to the police, because they see it quite regularly. That's why normal people don't understand why police are so on edge practically all the time.

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kjj9 1 point ago

then you can't just allow them to smash their face to bits on the road (duty of care applies)

When I watched the video the first time, the first thing that jumped out at me was George turning his face into the pavement. From that alone, it is plainly obvious that there wasn't much force pushing down on his head/neck. My guess is that it was intended to be just enough to prevent injury. If you look closely, and look at other videos, his weight is on his back knee and he is not "kneeling on him" despite the ubiquitous media narrative.

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blackestknight -3 points ago

Obviously you didn’t watch the video then. You’re just being tribal. A lot of LEOs have come out against this. There’s no excuse for not following the regulations when applying a dangerous restraint.

... continue reading thread?
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Varangian 4 points ago

Dirty Cops might be a sore spot with GEOTUS.

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happycamperval 1 point ago

They attempt to defend him bc the media has made this so left/right black/white that people can’t think for themselves anymore. Shitty cops are NOT good for our liberty. Plain and simple.

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Skolis-Ur 5 points ago

Actually, as a Officer you should be trained to recognize the basic signs of a heart attack. Lack of breathing and pulse. Even when instructed to check for a pulse by a nurse, the officer held the knee to the neck. Had CPR been promptly administered, there is a good chance George would have lived. That is the line that fucks the piece of shit officer over.

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blackestknight 2 points ago

Examiner is clear the restraint contributed, even if only at delaying getting Floyd the medical care he needed. It’s a dangerous maneuver to perform on even healthy individuals and requires immediate attention regardless after performing it. This is all written in the regulations.

Had Chauvin released the restraint and performed basic vital checkups, Floyd would most likely have survived.

But Chauvin is obviously a power hungry dem piece of shit.

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kjj9 1 point ago

he regulations are clear that as soon as George stopped resisting actively, the hold needed to be broken

Can you cite the section that says this? I'm not finding it.

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blackestknight 0 points ago

I cited it elsewhere on this thread already.

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kjj9 5 points ago

Are you referring to this?

C. Neck restraints shall not be used against subjects who are passively resisting as defined by policy. (04/16/12)

Because that says nothing about instantly stopping. How about "passively resisting as defined by policy" - what does that actually mean?

Active Resistance: A response to police efforts to bring a person into custody or control for detainment or arrest. A subject engages in active resistance when engaging in physical actions (or verbal behavior reflecting an intention) to make it more difficult for officers to achieve actual physical control.

Passive Resistance: A response to police efforts to bring a person into custody or control for detainment or arrest. This is behavior initiated by a subject, when the subject does not comply with verbal or physical control efforts, yet the subject does not attempt to defeat an officer’s control efforts. (10/01/10) (04/16/12)

So far, I haven't heard anyone disputing the claims that he did "attempt to defeat the officer's control efforts", so for at least a portion of the encounter, active resistance techniques were authorized by policy.

Does the transition from active to passive resistance happen instantly? Or is there a timer? Or does "active resistance" mode lock in for the duration of the encounter?

I don't know what the final verdict will be here, but I'm astonished by the rush to judgment on all sides. At this point, I expect a mistrial right out of the gate - how on earth are they going to find 12 jurors who haven't already publicly condemned this guy?

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blackestknight 0 points ago

I think the DA and police chief answered your concern trolling : he was fired and charged.

A man being unconscious isn’t resisting.

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kjj9 2 points ago

You've retreated quite a distance from your original claims. We've gone from "the regulations are clear" to "the cop should have interpreted it the same way that political animals under intense pressure are going to interpret it after the fact"

If that is how we are going to interpret police policy from now on - if a politician finds it useful to throw you under the bus, you are guilty? That is fucked up, man.

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blackestknight -2 points ago

You've retreated quite a distance from your original claims.

Have absolutely not. The regulations are clear, and he's fired and charged because of them.

to "the cop should have interpreted it the same way that political animals under intense pressure are going to interpret it after the fact"

No, the cop is an idiot for not following regs. There's no interpretation here, everyone agrees but you and the cop. Trump agrees.

If that is how we are going to interpret police policy from now on

Yes, everyone is in agreement that the cop broke regs, using a dangerous move, and that's enough for 3rd degree murder charges.

... continue reading thread?
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Not_Even_a_Dentist 6 points ago

That type of hold used to be a pretty standard allowable maneuver in all police departments. LAPD specifically banned knee-in-the-neck in the late '90s after a lawsuit, and many other PDs followed, but not Minneapolis, and some other cities.

I heard about it on Infowars, but here is USA Today article, (which should pass the muster as an allowable source for most cucks):

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2020/05/29/george-floyd-experts-say-neck-restraint-allowed-minneapolis-can-kill/5274334002/

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blackestknight 7 points ago

C. Neck restraints shall not be used against subjects who are passively resisting as defined by policy. (04/16/12)

This is where Chauvin fucked up, for over 8 minutes.

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Obsidian492 [S] 4 points ago

Why was that hold persisted for that long??. Review of the bodycam footage reveals more than you know and more than what the Fake News wants to promote (if it doesn't incite riots, do you actually think that would be on CNN):

https://www.houstoncourant.com/houston-voices/2020/the-chauvin-floyd-affair

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blackestknight 8 points ago

Dude was unconscious for near 3 minutes, he was not actively resisting for the entire duration, and even the body cam footage shows Chauvin broke regs, hence why he was fired on the spot.

I don't get why some of you want to defend Chauvin. He was a scumbag Dem in a Dem city.

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TGNX 5 points ago

A lot of people want to protect the police force, as a whole, and see even single incidents of obviously egregious behavior as a threat to that whole.

This is the same attitude that defines every other form of bigotry. It isn't the principle of virtue, it is the principle of the tribe.

I get that GF was an drugged up idiot (for those unaware, fentanyl makes you a bit crazy) who wouldn't be dead if he neither did the drugs nor tried to (allegedly, for you legal types) pass counterfeit currency and then drive off while under the influence, but the cops knelt on a corpse for 2+ minutes after he was dead did contribute to his death.

Most likely, with the drugs in George's system, the courts will give them an out, because of the tribalism I mentioned earlier.

... continue reading thread?
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BarbaraManatee 4 points ago

Read. Found. Saved. Primary sources are the best! My gratitude!

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BarbaraManatee 2 points ago

Thank you so much for archiving and posting!

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nakedjay 11 points ago

I just told my wife the same thing. She was having a hard time understanding why these attacks are so well coordinated and funded.

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npbreakthr0ugh -1 points ago

Yep, antifa glued to tv just waiting for another black guy to die so they can role in a burn black neighborhoods with their partners Black Lives Ma......wait wut?

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TiredCampaigner 23 points ago

They didn't care that Floyd once rocked a home invasion and robbed a 9 month pregnant woman by holding his gun to her belly, why would they care about this?

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DJTrump_MD 6 points ago

Source? Would love to send this to a friend

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blackestknight -6 points ago

That was 12 years ago. He served his time for it. I don't get why some people are so quick to bring it up. Guy wasn't a saint, no one here is under the belief he was. He still did not deserve to have his Constitutional rights to due process taken away.

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jiminycricket1940 9 points ago

I agree about due process but armed robbery is a pretty hard sell for me to give a fuck about someone. Especially if he literally put the gun to her pregnant belly. It takes a real piece of shit to do something like that.

Even if I believed in god, it’s not my job to forgive someone. It’s gods.

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kjj9 5 points ago

Unfortunately, recidivism is real, even for people with the best of intentions.

I'm all for second chances and forgiveness., but in reality his past doesn't appear to have been so far behind him that it is no longer relevant.

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blackestknight -2 points ago

Dude had no other incidents in 12 years.

None of his past justify a merciless street killing.

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iaredave 2 points ago

He overdossed on illegal narcotics.

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npbreakthr0ugh -1 points ago

Family had independent autopsy, it says he died from asphyxiating, due to back and neck compression....

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rebelde_sin_causa 15 points ago

It's never getting to trial

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TrumpTrain 9 points ago

We can never let these maniacs get control of our government again. Vote R

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CisSiberianOrchestra 6 points ago

Think he's gonna get Epstein'd?

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Slickrick941 2 points ago

What if Chauvin was in on it with antifa and his mission was to take out floyd to give the pre planned rioters the green light

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youhateamerica 13 points ago

At best what the cop did was reckless homicide (i.e. Manslaughter). Outrage is going to lead to him being overcharged and acquitted just like all these high profile cases. Chauvin should be thrilled the media and terror groups are pressuring the DA to overcharge him. Dumb Fuck Keith Ellison is leading the case too so you know its going to be fucked up from the jump. This case is a career ender for a prosecutor. Nothing short of a murder 1 conviction is going to appease the left and that's not happening.

He's going to walk or take a slap on the wrists and whatever is left of Minnesota after these next couple weeks is going to burn.

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the_shootist 3 points ago

he was charged with 3rd degree murder as well as manslaughter so I don't think anyone can say that he was overcharged, intentionally or not

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blackestknight 1 point ago

3rd degree murder fits in Minnesota terms. The maneuver used was dangerous and Chauvin did not respect regulations on the use of it, intent to kill is not really something that there is evidence of, so Murder 3rd degree, which is performing a dangerous act that results in death for Minnesota will likely stick.

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sm0kie420 11 points ago

The narrative has already been set. The Dems hired an independent examiner who found the cause of death to be strangulation and no other underlying condition. The independent examiner doesnt even mention fentanyl or meth or a heart condition. This is the report all over social media and mainstream media today.

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youhateamerica 17 points ago

The independent examiner Dr. Baden is a laughinstock. This guy is a mouthpiece for hire. He's the same one that invented fairy tales about Michael Brown and Freddie Gray being good boys when hired by their families. He also let Epstein's brother write the autopsy report he did on Epstein when hired for that disaster.

This report won't go anywhere in court because Baden has zero credibility. Its purely a piece of fanfiction written for use as propaganda through the media.

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Obsidian492 [S] 5 points ago

A trial will have cross-examination of that independent examiner. The MSM will spin all this as racist, whitey, cops and Trump's fault, as they are now, the truth will become available, but the lies will have traveled the world before that makes it out the door and the sheeple rioting will never look into the actual truth.

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JwPATX 3 points ago

He was on Hannity’s radio show today/you don’t have to wait for a cross examination to hear what he has to say.

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Obsidian492 [S] 3 points ago

Wish i could have heard it today.

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DicksOutForHarambe -1 points ago

He saw the video doesnt need to examine body

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IronWolve 3 points ago

And that will screw the examiner on investigation why he didnt mention the other issues, why was he hiding them.

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blackestknight 1 point ago

1st examiner mentionned everything. It's even in the filing of the charges. This 2nd report doesn't even matter with the charges they went for, this is pure political melodrama.

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blackestknight 0 points ago

Doesn't matter what the Dems did, the murder 3rd degree charge is based on the 1st examiner report and doesn't require the cause of death to be the actual neck restraint.

Guy is going to get the book thrown at him. DA is going for a charge he can prosecute.

Dems are fool if they want to push murder 1st degree, they won't be able to prove it, and he'll walk.

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Crlsniper 7 points ago

Honestly if true the bigger story would it wasn’t police brutality and more of a straight up murder, reports are coming out both the cop and George had worked together as security at a bar or club and that George hadn’t been agitated until the cop in question had arrived.

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Watermelons 3 points ago

This is the only hope for a conviction. The current case is crumbling.

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blackestknight -2 points ago

Uh ? Current case is still pretty solid. 3rd degree murder is provable simply by using the regulations on neck restraints.

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TheOutlawPepeWales 7 points ago

George Floyd was a victim of China's opium war.

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_bryan 5 points ago

They were aware of the fentanyl.

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Pede 4 points ago

That's what I'm thinking too. Another round of riots. Might be months away?

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yang_wenli_89 2 points ago

I would imagine that the trial will be held after the election. Probably will take a long time to find jury members and things like that.

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kjj9 1 point ago

Minnesota's speedy trial provisions are among the strictest in the country. I think a 60 day clock started last Friday.

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donald_zuramp 4 points ago

Yeah I expect this will happen very close to the elections. I also expect the Commievirus Shutdown 2.0 will happen around that time too.

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Obsidian492 [S] 5 points ago (edited)

I don't think the American people will tolerate another Corona virus lockdown that violates their Constitutional rights... again. Lawsuits over illegal takings will be rampant. Control over your property under these circumstances should be called out for what it is, eminent domain takings, not state police powers. Fuck these governors. Lots of Americans were fooled once and a few still are. But I will not stand for it. Statistics bear the Corona similar to Flu. Fuck shutdowns without compensation... that, lol, they cannot afford.

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VoterIDMatters 2 points ago

The fuck are you talking about? Where have they used eminent domain?

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MAGA_mantis 3 points ago

Gonna be real hard to find a jury on this case. Their minds are already made up.

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Staatssicherheit 3 points ago

Minnesota law defines third-degree murder as depraved-heart murder. Without intent to effect the death of any person, causing the death of another by perpetrating an act eminently dangerous to others and evincing a depraved mind, without regard for human life.

In most states, first-degree murder is defined as an unlawful killing that is both willful and premeditated, meaning that it was committed after planning or "lying in wait" for the victim.

Sounds like 3rd degree to me. If Ellison charges with 1st degree, he should be removed from office.

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blackestknight 3 points ago

If they charged 1st degree, Chauvin would walk.

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monk_of_trump 2 points ago

Pretty sure hes already been charged with 3rd degree and manslaughter.

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kjj9 3 points ago

Can be changed.

Remember Noor, the guy who shot the woman who had called to report a rape? He was initally charged 3rd degree murder and 2nd degree manslaughter. It was upgraded to 2nd, 3rd and 2nd.

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blackestknight 0 points ago

Yes, the DA is being intelligent, going for charges that can stick with the current body of evidence, rather than going for the big charges they don't have enough meat for. DA is going for a conviction.

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olthoi_jelly 1 point ago

Probably what Ellison wants to happen

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Nalgahyde 2 points ago

In Omaha, a bar owner shot and killed a "protester". The Douglas County Attorney said they couldn't charge him with murder because the evidence showed it was self-defense. Of course, people were losing their minds because the bar owner was a "racist, homophobe" white and the "protester" was black. Omaha has been on the ball and has had cops, curfews, and all that stuff to prevent it from turning into an ultra-liberal city situation.

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2016TrumpMAGA 2 points ago

He looks cooperative until he gets in the back of the car. Then, after a moment, he starts freaking out. Would not be surprised to find out cause of freak out was heart attack.

HOWEVER

That does not justify office dickhead putting the knee to his neck.

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Unboosted 2 points ago

Word. I have a friend who has been very interested. Did anyone see the footage from the nearby security camera of when they first met up to when g floyd was taken down and after? Has anyone else seen the entire scene?

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tootenbacher 1 point ago

I've seen it. It was on live leaks. it is very strange, everyone seemed very calm. The cops pulled him over and he got out of the car and several other people got out of the car, too. It didn't seem like a big deal.

My memory's not the best, so I'll link the video here if I find it again. I think I found it through the Conspiracy sub on Reddit (a massive fight between pro-Trump and anti-Trump forces to take over the Conspiracy sub is going on right now; it seems a lot of the_donald people moved there). Anyway, a search on there might find it, it was from last week, though.

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Varangian 2 points ago

The deep dive on the “nightclub (front) ” and the owners being tied into terrorists money laundering, feds, and counterfeiting, (thus the fake $20) that killer and victim both worked at just begs to be publicly exposed. Mpls. Citipages actually covered some of the activities of the Lebanese slumlord owner of ERN. But I only read it on TCH and haven’t confirmed it via Lame Cherry yet... that is, it’s a good story. As Dave Emory and Nip Tuck in their immortal “One Step Beyond” series used to say, “Food for thought, and grounds for further investigation.” Mpls. has a high concentration of both terrorists and counter terrorists. Not sure why.....

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tootenbacher 1 point ago

Is Lame Cherry still around? I used to read her blog during the 2012 election and then forgot all about it. She's the one that always talked about matter and anti-matter, right? I didn't understand a lot of what she posted, but what I did understand was interesting.

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Varangian 1 point ago

Lame Cherry endures. It’s got a low signal to noise ratio, but the occasional gold nuggets are worth the digging. There was great coverage of Lavoy Finnicum’s murder, and informative tie in with Uranium One being why he was killed. He was fighting for rancher’s rights, and bumped into HRC and Jim Comey in the dark. The HAARP array purposely changing the weather? I’m not there yet.
Taking responsibility for “altering the timeline” to elect DJT? Yeah, no. Very entertaining stylistically though.

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tootenbacher 1 point ago

I know what you mean about the noise. I enjoyed reading it and like you said, there were definitely some gold nuggets. I'll go check it out again.

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NeilNewsNetwork 1 point ago

and when the two guys in georgia who shot the "jogger" go free

thats another week of riots right there, too

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jgardner 1 point ago

My theory is Mr. Cop plea bargains knowing that he could easily win a trial. He does so to save lives, to stop the protests.

That's my theory.

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ChrisTheSoberITGuy 1 point ago

This will be completely ignored and the left will not care.

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Aloha_Snackbar 1 point ago

Keith Ellison is in charge of the investigation, of course the cop will be let off. Why? For the very reason that this will cause another round of unrest

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lemonjuice 1 point ago

It'll be an all black and liberal jury.

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Gingersmom2009 1 point ago

He'll get convicted. Who WILL be acquitted are the father/son in the Aubery shooting. That's the next round.

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ShampocalypseWOW 1 point ago

I dunno... his knee was definitely on his neck and the other guy was on his back... either way it could be argued that they contributed to the death. If they knew he was in medical distress then laying him face down on the pavement would clearly make it worse.

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Wizard 0 points ago

By that time the rioters will be mass arrested using face recognition

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happycamperval -1 points ago

The claim that he died bc of drugs, not the officer’s knee in his back, is like the claim that the man who came in to the ER for a heart attack and tested positive for coronavirus died of CoVID.