If you consider this to be a fair trial – think of the media pressure once again!
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Who on Earth would be capable to think neutrally in such a position?
Of course that the jury and the judge would find former Officer Derek Chauvin on all counts of the accusation – second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter.
However, let me state this – in the “bloody” 2020, so many incidents, murders, and riots have occurred around the whole country, but this incident was in the center of attention – normally, because of the BLM that never stopped “demanding justice for the murder of Floyd.” And, at least 30 more people died amid waves of riots that widely used Floyd’s death as the pretext. Not to mention the whole thing caused an estimated $2billion damage across the country.
Though, according to a report published by the Federalist,
“The rioters’ violence against police, and elected officials’ willful endorsement of the rioters and failure to back law and order in response, helped cause a historic surge in homicides. As measured across 34 sampled cities, homicides surged 30 percent in 2020, causing an additional 1,200 dead. That’s just in 34 cities.”
Justice came, but their interests have not been met yet, apparently…
City manager fired for calling for due process, reporters lament 'innocent until proven guilty,' paper runs list of juror's racial composition/backgrounds, congresswoman fuels unrest, & prez says he's praying for the "right verdict" as jurors still deliberate. Dangerous stuff.
— David Harsanyi (@davidharsanyi) April 20, 2021
Even the National Guard was sent for precaution measurements.
High officials, that reach all the way to the President of the United States made it clear that they DEMAND a “guilty” verdict. And they made it available in all the big media and newspapers – so that the judges, the jurors, and their families become absolutely aware of this fact.
“I’m very worried,” Rep. Karen Bass said on CNN’s “State of the Union” about the likelihood of violence across the nation should the jury vote “the wrong way.” “I don’t think anyone in Minneapolis, frankly, anyone in the United States or over a good part of the world would understand any other verdict other than guilty.”