EXPOSED: Chauvin Juror Says People Should Join Juries ‘To Spark Some Change”! He Wore BLM Shirt In 2020!

The juror on the Derek Chauvin trial who said that he didn’t have prior knowledge of the Floyd civil case was caught last August wearing a BLM shirt with the quote “Get you knee off our necks.” 

Also, the previous week he stated that the people should join juries to spark some change. 

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The name of the Juror #52 is Brandon Mitchel. On March 15, he told Judge Cahill that he had no prior knowledge of Floyd’s case before being summoned for jury duty. 

Only Mitchell in the Chauvin trial speaks openly about the deliberations. Also, he was the first juror to do that. 

On Get Up! Mornings with Erica Campbell, April 27, Mitchel said that people should accept the jury duty to promote societal change. 

“I mean, it’s important if we wanna see some change, we wanna see some things going different, we gotta into these avenues, get into these rooms to try to spark some change,” Mitchel said. “Jury duty is one of those things. Jury duty. Voting. All of those things we gotta do.” 

Paul Blume, a Minneapolis’ Fox 9 reporter, live-tweeted the case from March 15. He said: 

“Judge Cahill asked Juror #52, whether he heard anything about the #GeorgeFloyd civil case. He says no. He explained hearing some basic info about trial dates, etc., from the news in recent months, but nothing that would keep him from serving as impartial juror. #ChauvinTrial”

“Juror #52 wrote in his jury questionnaire that he wondered why other police officers at the scene did not intervene in #GeorgeFloyd deadly arrest. He recognizes the historic nature of the case. Defense says he is an acceptable juror. So state’s turn to question,” the reporter added.

In one Facebook post from August 31, 2020, Brandon Mitchel shared an image where he wears a BLM shirt with the quote:

“Get your knee off our necks.”

It contradicts his previous claim in front of the judge that he hadn’t had prior knowledge of the case. 

In another interview with Mitchell from April 29, he said that the jury needed five or six hours to determine the verdict. The interview was with  Law & Crime Network.

According to him “the jury definitely figured out manslaughter within the first hour, right away.”Mitchell also added, “third-degree took maybe three and a half hours, second-degree murder we figured out maybe thirty, forty-five minutes.”


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