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ItsjustMe

(11,362 posts)
Wed Mar 31, 2021, 11:16 AM Mar 2021

Chauvin defense takes aim at crowd at scene of Floyd arrest (CNN)

CNN's Charles Ramsay and Laura Coates discuss the defense attorney for Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer on trial for the murder of George Floyd, tactic of trying to describe the crowd on the scene of the arrest as a distraction to the police and hostile.


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Chauvin defense takes aim at crowd at scene of Floyd arrest (CNN) (Original Post) ItsjustMe Mar 2021 OP
A bad mistake. Where does that take them: the crowd made Chauvin do it? marble falls Mar 2021 #1
Wouldn't a 'hostile' crowd have been NotAPuppet Mar 2021 #2

NotAPuppet

(326 posts)
2. Wouldn't a 'hostile' crowd have been
Wed Mar 31, 2021, 11:26 AM
Mar 2021

the best reason to get George Floyd into the police car ASAP and remove him and the officers at the scene in the scenario that the defense is trying to lay out? I would think that people would generally be hostile to anyone who is killing another human being in broad daylight and can't understand the defense's argument.

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