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Derek Chauvin is scheduled to be sentenced in June. Later this summer, three of his fellow former Minneapolis police officers are set to go on trial for aiding and abetting George Floyd's murder. Here's a look at what comes next in the case:

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My guess is now he understands actions have consequences. 1 down, 3 to go. This is so disingenuous! Shouldn’t be a surprise coming from NPR. 1st, it was not murder. Second, the prosecution did not prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt. But it’s a clear case of judicial malpractice & intimidation of the jury by the mob led by RepMaxineWaters!”

Whats next. Mob rule. My Fellow White People Don’t ever tell me that White Supremacist Cops HAVE TO MURDER BLACK HUMAN BEINGS This video shows that it is possible to give the person every benefit of the doubt to the point of being a detriment to innocent bystanders See here😑😵 Suppose the other three are busy working out plea agreements instead of taking their chances with a trial?

The jury hated Derek so much they found him guilty of things he didn't do. Wow! Maybe a guard will demonstrate proper restraint techniques for him. Hopefully we get 3 more “GUILTY” verdicts This is a photo of a man with no soul, conscience or remorse.