Minneapolis Police Chief Says Derek Chauvin’s Use of Force Violated Policy

  Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo took the stand on Monday in what many describe as another “nail in the coffin” of Derek Chauvin’s defense. “Once Mr. Floyd had stopped resisting — and certainly once he was in distress and trying to verbalize that — that should have stopped,” said Arradondo. After admitting that there’s a “reasonableness” to restrain a suspect, he added, “Once there was no longer any resistance, and clearly when Mr. Floyd was no longer responsive and even motionless, to continue to apply that level of force…

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Derek Chauvin’s Trial For The Murder Of George Floyd Will Be Broadcast Live On Television

After weeks of haggling over the charges, venue, juror bias, and juror selection, we have finally arrived at the beginning of the trial of a generation. This morning at 10 am EST, Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill will bang his gavel and the adjudication of Derek Chauvin‘s murder charges for the killing of George Floyd will proceed. Opening statements are set to be heard and it goes without saying that the public interest is higher than possibly any criminal trial of the past, hell…ever. Source: KEREM YUCEL / Getty According to CNN, this is the first…

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GEORGE FLOYD TRIAL Minneapolis Hiring Influencers … FOR ‘CITY-APPROVED’ MESSAGING

George Floyd‘s murder case is bound to be the new trial of the century — and it seems Minneapolis wants to get ahead of any bad publicity … ’cause they’re bringing on “influencers” to peddle their narrative as it unfolds. The City Council made the announcement this week, saying they’re rolling out a new initiative ahead of jury selection/opening arguments next month … namely, to partner with influential social media users to share public information with underserved communities — some of which, they say, might not tune in or have…

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