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Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Ruling paves way for longer sentence in George Floyd's death

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minnesota judge has ruled that there were aggravating factors in the death of George Floyd, paving the way for the possibility of a longer sentence for Derek Chauvin, according to an order made public Wednesday. 

In his ruling dated Tuesday, Judge Peter Cahill found that Chauvin abused his authority as a police officer when he restrained Floyd last year and that he treated Floyd with particular cruelty. He also cited the presence of children when he committed the crime and the fact Chauvin was part of a group with at least three other people.

20 comments:

  1. Did chauvin put the drugs in floyd's system which caused his death?

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    1. Chauvin did not prevent it, so he's guilty either way.

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    2. We’re all to blame. We all need to send out more positive vibes.
      Paul J

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    3. how do you prevent a black psycho from taking drugs?

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    4. LOLGFY Paul. I send out frikin' positive vibes all the damned time, and fuque any SOB with a rusty chainsaw who implies otherwise.

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    5. "how do you prevent a black psycho from taking drugs?"

      Go back in time and tell your great great grandparents to pick their own cotton?

      I hereby denounce myself.

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  2. Hmmm. I didn't see no mention that drugs was one of the aggravating factors, nor that the dealer who sold George the drugs was complicit in his death.
    Daryl

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  3. I guess this esteemed judge didn't take into account saint floyd's behavior and possible effect on the hood rats living there...

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  4. That was not murder. Chauvin should be free. I pray for Chauvin and our Republic.

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    1. There are a lot of us who are joining you in prayer; not just for Derek Chauvin, but for the republic as well

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    2. You, Bill, are absolutely, positively, correct. When police officers are sentenced to prison for doing their job, our government has jumped the tracks and is headed directly into oblivion.
      The judge erred bigtime in not granting a change of venue. No way Chauvin got a "fair" trial.

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  5. We are not going to vote our way out of this.

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  6. The Deep State's sending a message.

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  7. Complete BS, Chauvin is one of the first people that are going to need to be freed after the Dust Up that's coming.

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  8. This judge is getting a lot of practice polishing a turd of a verdict. If there is a God, he'll face judgment for this travesty of justice.

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  9. I seriously think they are trying to goad him into committing suicide. Before this case gets in front of a real court with real judges.

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  10. I hope Chauvin gets out soon, during the appeal, and sues the heck out of Minneapolis when this is all over.

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