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Derek Chauvin has been convicted of murder after kneeling on George Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes until he died, in a landmark trial heralded as a turning point for police accountability in the US.

 

The former officer was on trial for second-degree murder, second-degree manslaughter and third-degree murder and found guilty on all counts.

 

Mr Chauvin showed little emotion as the verdicts were read out in the courtroom in downtown Minneapolis. His sentence will be determined in eight weeks.

 

A member of the Floyd family, younger brother Philonise was in court as the verdict was handed down.

 

It followed just 11 hours of deliberations from an ethnically diverse panel of jurors who ranged in age from their 20s to their 60s.

 

Footage of Mr Floyd's death led to a resurgence in the "Black Lives Matter" movement, with protesters across the nation demanding for more accountability for police killings.

 

Maxine Waters a California congresswoman's comments about Derek Chauvin's murder trial could give the former officer grounds for an appeal, the judge in the case said.

 

Judge Peter Cahill called Maxine Waters's comments "abhorrent" as he exhorted elected officials to stop disrespecting "the rule of law".

 

Ms Waters joined protesters in the area over the weekend and suggested they should "get more confrontational" if Mr Chauvin was acquitted.

 

She told protesters if they see the opposition to crowd around them and push them back, tell them that they are not welcome and to become more confrontational.

 

After accusing Donald Trump of inciting the Capitol riot, Democrats where quick to deny that her language was in any way an incitement to violence.

 

Republicans are looking to censure her as this isnt the first time she's been involved indirectly with violence.

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How the fack can anyone be charged with murder three times for one so called death... Thats ridiculous. Its either one or the other. Something is really messed about this Floyd `case``..

 

He even looks different.

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It was the right decision with regards to the state of the rioting. Remember tge OJ trial, then ten years later he gets a maximum of 33 years exactly 10 years to the week since the murders, after owing her family 33 million in settlements, that's white justice.

 

Give it a while for this rioting and looting to calm down and I'm sure there will be further developments, maybe that appeal the judge said was warranted due to the political involvement and the bullying by the rioters.

 

This was not a fair trial despite of the verdicts validity.

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2 hours ago, Seconal said:

It was the right decision with regards to the state of the rioting. Remember tge OJ trial, then ten years later he gets a maximum of 33 years exactly 10 years to the week since the murders, after owing her family 33 million in settlements, that's white justice.

 

Give it a while for this rioting and looting to calm down and I'm sure there will be further developments, maybe that appeal the judge said was warranted due to the political involvement and the bullying by the rioters.

 

This was not a fair trial despite of the verdicts validity.

Basically the jury was swayed by the rioters who promised to smash shit up unless they got what verdict they wanted. 

 

The Prosecution's own witness said he used less excessive than he could have done, yet he's some how pre-meditated a murder by using less force than he was allowed? 

 

Yeah ok, clown world, as you were. 

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A severed Pig head was placed on the doorstep of someone wrongly believed to be a Juror. The Jury where selected from the same State and they weren't sequestered, so every time they left Court they obviously watched the chaos on TV and undoubtedly felt threatened.

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The cop's name has always nagged at me for some reason. Chauvin. Makes me think of chauvinist, and chauvinism. And the definition of "chauvinism" is?

 

chauvinism
 
noun
 
  1. exaggerated or aggressive patriotism.
     
    Similar:
    jingoism
     
     
    excessive patriotism
     
    blind patriotism
     
    excessive nationalism
     
    sectarianism
     
     
    isolationism
     
     
    excessive loyalty
     
    flag-waving
     
     
    xenophobia
     
     
    racism
     
     
    racialism
     
     
    racial prejudice
     
    ethnocentrism
     
     
    ethnocentricity
     
    partisanship
     
     
    partiality
     
     
    prejudice
     
     
    bias
     
     
    discrimination
     
     
    intolerance
     
     
    bigotry
     
     
    male chauvinism
     
     
    sexism
     
     
    misogyny
     
     
    toxic masculinity
     
    • excessive or prejudiced support for one's own cause, group, or sex.
      plural noun: chauvinisms
      "we stand together to stamp out chauvinism and bigotry"
       
       
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      Interesting.
       
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51 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

The cop's name has always nagged at me for some reason. Chauvin. Makes me think of chauvinist, and chauvinism. And the definition of "chauvinism" is?

 

chauvinism
 
noun
 
  1. exaggerated or aggressive patriotism.
     
    Similar:
    jingoism
     
     
    excessive patriotism
     
    blind patriotism
     
    excessive nationalism
     
    sectarianism
     
     
    isolationism
     
     
    excessive loyalty
     
    flag-waving
     
     
    xenophobia
     
     
    racism
     
     
    racialism
     
     
    racial prejudice
     
    ethnocentrism
     
     
    ethnocentricity
     
    partisanship
     
     
    partiality
     
     
    prejudice
     
     
    bias
     
     
    discrimination
     
     
    intolerance
     
     
    bigotry
     
     
    male chauvinism
     
     
    sexism
     
     
    misogyny
     
     
    toxic masculinity
     
    • excessive or prejudiced support for one's own cause, group, or sex.
      plural noun: chauvinisms
      "we stand together to stamp out chauvinism and bigotry"
       
       
      -------------------------------------------------------------
       
      Interesting.
       

Yeah, I noticed that too. Hehe... it's all a stupid game...

 

Reverse psychology, inversion, and hypocrisy is the standard modus-operandi.

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When i watched the footage it seemed like the policeman was completely callous towards the guy he was kneeling on

 

Restraints can kill. There needs to be more awareness among the police that restraints can kill and if there is no repercussions for negligent deaths then people could use restraints to kill and then claim it was an accident

 

I feel the policeman should have been checking on floyd and should have picked up that the guy had become unresponsive especially as he had been in an agitated state upto that point

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Yeah he did become callous. George made such a carry on when they tried to put him in the car, screaming he can't breath and saying he's claustrophobic, I mean he did cry wolf, but however tired and fed up Chavin was and whether he thought it was more carry on he shouldn't have leant on his neck especially after he passed out, that had no excuse, for what reason do you restrain an unconscious person?

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5 minutes ago, Seconal said:

I mean he did cry wolf, but however tired and fed up Chavin was and whether he thought it was more carry on he shouldn't have leant on his neck especially after he passed out, that had no excuse, for what reason do you restrain an unconscious person?

 

George had become unresponsive and pissed himself so he had lost control of his bodily functions

 

Cops might argue that someone may 'play dead' to trick them but its unlikely a guy as agitated as that would just go limp and unresponsive.

 

There needs to be a training focus on the dangers of restraint

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I smell something fishy here.

If a cop is to abuse his power to the point of killing someone, he wouldn't do it while knowingly being on video. Even his partner never tried to stop people from filming the event or to convince Chauvin that it was enough.

 

Another strange moment I find is when the paramedics showed up. They never gave Floyd medical attention but just throw him on a stretcher and drive away. 

The way I see it is this whole scenario was a display to the public and later to be on MSM for a specific purpose and I think they (whoever they is) got what they wanted.

 

Interesting times we're living in alright, we could do without. 

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19 minutes ago, wideawake said:

I smell something fishy here.

If a cop is to abuse his power to the point of killing someone, he wouldn't do it while knowingly being on video. Even his partner never tried to stop people from filming the event or to convince Chauvin that it was enough.

 

Another strange moment I find is when the paramedics showed up. They never gave Floyd medical attention but just throw him on a stretcher and drive away. 

The way I see it is this whole scenario was a display to the public and later to be on MSM for a specific purpose and I think they (whoever they is) got what they wanted.

 

Interesting times we're living in alright, we could do without. 

If you haven't seen this, it's worth a watch...

https://davidicke.com/2021/04/07/who-killed-george-floyd/

 

 

ps; "they" work for and are influenced/controlled by "Sam Gold".(see clips I posted a few posts up). Collective/individual ego(imposter/fake)- psychic connection, largely unknown. Mimics/co-opts genuine GOD connection.

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23 hours ago, novymir said:

If you haven't seen this, it's worth a watch...

https://davidicke.com/2021/04/07/who-killed-george-floyd/

 

 

ps; "they" work for and are influenced/controlled by "Sam Gold".(see clips I posted a few posts up). Collective/individual ego(imposter/fake)- psychic connection, largely unknown. Mimics/co-opts genuine GOD connection.

 

So after viewing that video I see that if you take fentanyl you are expandable? When Floyd was going unconscious why did the cop keep his knee on Floyd's neck? 

When on fentanyl, you don't have a right to first aid/medical attention right away? The medics never bothered to check him out until later when Floyd was in the ambulance and on the way. 

Nah, just another black low life they couldn't be bothered with...

Abuse of power and lack of empathy for all to see on MSM.

That's probably what they mean by "new normal".

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Even for a white man, a cop, who doesn't socially interact with or have any black friends, one could clearly see George Floyd was not aggressive nor was he going to be violent.

 

Risk vs threat its a legal definition and pre-emptive response too a risk is not allowed.

 

It seems his three risk factors to the cop was being a Big Black male that was high.

 

Simply though you don't restrain someone who's unconscious and unconscious due to the restraint itself is a risk of death. No excuse.

 

They say No Justice, No Peace. Do these white Democrats really know the beast they've unleashed upon America?

 

'There shall be no mercy, for any man, who stands in his path of righteousness'.

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On 4/22/2021 at 5:54 PM, wideawake said:

 

So after viewing that video I see that if you take fentanyl you are expandable? When Floyd was going unconscious why did the cop keep his knee on Floyd's neck? 

When on fentanyl, you don't have a right to first aid/medical attention right away? The medics never bothered to check him out until later when Floyd was in the ambulance and on the way. 

Nah, just another black low life they couldn't be bothered with...

Abuse of power and lack of empathy for all to see on MSM.

That's probably what they mean by "new normal".

Ego=2-faced hypocrite. Double-game mindfucker.

 

 

 

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On 4/21/2021 at 11:52 PM, wideawake said:

I smell something fishy here.

If a cop is to abuse his power to the point of killing someone, he wouldn't do it while knowingly being on video. Even his partner never tried to stop people from filming the event or to convince Chauvin that it was enough.

 

Another strange moment I find is when the paramedics showed up. They never gave Floyd medical attention but just throw him on a stretcher and drive away. 

The way I see it is this whole scenario was a display to the public and later to be on MSM for a specific purpose and I think they (whoever they is) got what they wanted.

 

Interesting times we're living in alright, we could do without. 

 

''Daddy! Daddy, please help me! They're killing me!'' Those were Kelly Thomas's (a homeless man with schizophrenia) last words as six members of the Fullerton Police Department ''smashed his face to hell'' (in their own words), until he was in a coma. Five days later, he died. This was all caught on video, but only three were charged with manslaughter, none found guilty.

 

His case is just one of many were police have murdered people (male and female, both black and white) and gotten away with it.

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Boohoo..cry me a river...

 

 

https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/18969-we-live-in-a-simulation-created-by-a-non-human-force-–-david-icke-dot-connector-videocast/&do=findComment&comment=263916

 

 

 

ps; I've been beat up by cops, more than once...and I simply don't give a fuck about all the crying and complaining when The Truth is available, but rejected.

The Truth Sets Us Free

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1 hour ago, Seconal said:

 

Rodney King - All four Cops aquited - 1992.

 

A whole lot of wrongs don't make a right.

 

The law is worth nothing when it's perverted to suit a political bias.

 

One murder can not justifiably be classed as 3 separate degrees of murder. 

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