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GUILTY, GUILTY, GUILTY: Mob Rule Defines George Floyd Decision


Dear Democrats…

Does this mean that America is no longer “systemically racist?”

Will your anti-patriotic narrative finally change?

It’s official.

Derek Chauvin has been found guilty in all 3 counts in George Floyd’s death.

This news comes as Minneapolis looks like a war zone.

The National Guard has been activated out of fear of even more BLM riots.

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Across the nation, cities are braced to see if violence will break out.

While the verdict is “GUILTY,” do not be surprised if there is an appeal… and a successful one, at that.

There is a lot that the media isn’t telling you.

More details below:

Local news in Minneapolis was the first to break the ruling.

According to the local CBS affiliate:

Following nearly a year of protest, introspection and raw emotion, former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin, who last May held a knee down on George Floyd’s neck for more than 9 minutes, has been found guilty of second-degree murder and two other charges in Floyd’s death.

Chauvin has been remanded to the custody of Hennepin County. He was led out of the courtroom in handcuffs.

The verdict was read in Hennepin County court just after 4 p.m. Thursday. It took the jury roughly 10 hours of deliberation to reach their verdict — about four hours Monday afternoon and evening, and another six hours Tuesday starting at 8 a.m.

Chauvin faced three charges:

Second-degree unintentional murder means causing death without intent by committing a felony.

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Second-degree manslaughter is causing death by unreasonable risk.

Third-degree murder means causing death by an “eminently dangerous” act, showing a “depraved mind.”

WCCO’s Esme Murphy reports that Hennepin County court employees were notified to stop working at all downtown courthouse locations and to “exit downtown immediately.”

The maximum penalty on second-degree murder charges is up to 40 years in prison, and the third-degree murder charges carries a sentence of up to 25 years in prison. The maximum penalty on second-degree manslaughter is up to 10 years in prison.

The sentencing date is yet to be determined.

The jurors heard closing arguments in the trial of Derek Chauvin Monday. The two sides split most significantly on the cause of death. The prosecution argued that all the law requires is that the prosecution prove beyond a reasonable doubt is that Chauvin’s knee restraint was a “substantial cause” of Floyd’s death.

The defense stressed that Chauvin did what any reasonable officer would have done and said it was wrong to look only at nine minutes and 29 seconds when Floyd was on the ground.

In a departure from how he has looked throughout the trial, Chauvin was maskless and looked directly at his attorney throughout the three-hour defense closing statement. For the rest of the testimony and the prosecution closing he was head down, masked and taking extensive notes.

While Nelson’s summation was lengthy, it was also complex. And that may be why Blackwell came back with this statement in his rebuttal argument. He said this case is not that complicated and that, in the state’s view, Chauvin caused Floyd’s death.

The line he left the jury with was this: “You were told, for example, that Mr. Floyd died because his heart was too big. You heard that testimony. And now having seen all the evidence, having heard all the evidence, you know the truth. And the truth of the matter is that the reason George Floyd is dead is because Mr. Chauvin’s heart was too small.”

Since the trial began last month, the prosecution called 38 people. The defense called seven people to testify in court. Chauvin was not one of them; he invoked his constitutional right not to testify. It was a decision that came without the jury present.

If there is a conviction, next comes the determination about whether any aggravating factors existed.

But here’s where things get interesting.

It has now been revealed that jurors involved in the case had a fear of being doxxed.

Some outlets are even reporting that jurors were indeed doxxed!

If this is the case, how can that result in a fair and impartial jury?

To us, that will be massive if the case is appealed.

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But that’s not all.

There are rumors that the defense could possible claim that Biden was “interfering.”

Other experts even say that Maxine Waters intimidated the jurors.

If this is true, this will also weigh heavily on any appeal.

Here’s what Maxine Waters said:

So what do you think?

Was the verdict deserved?

Was this a mistrial?

Or should the case be appealed and if so, will Chauvin eventually be acquitted?

Please add your vote here….👇

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