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'No justice, no streets': Still grieving,
Minneapolis residents wonder how city will
move forward after Derek Chauvin trial

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Posted By: NorthernDog, 4/4/2021 12:44:42 PM

MINNEAPOLIS — Ten months after his death, George Floyd's face looks out across a city still raw from his death. The intersection where he died under the knee of a police officer. The neighborhood burned and looted over the following days. The fortified courthouse where that former police officer is on trial for murder charges in Floyd's death. From the razor wire ringing the courthouse to a smattering of activists occupying the intersection where Derek Chauvin and three officers held Floyd to the ground, this city is still reckoning with the consequences of Floyd's death. Although the streets are largely empty


The message is crystal clear. Convict on all charges or you will be hunted down, and your neighborhood will be razed.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: marbles 4/4/2021 12:53:58 PM (No. 744580)
" Justice " being a verdict that they want whether it's warranted or not. Find him guilty or we will burn the town down. How civilized of them
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Jerseyden 4/4/2021 1:05:20 PM (No. 744584)
The jungle is restless today and every day in dem controlled cities. If you don’t think there will be ‘peaceful protests/ riots’ no matter the outcome of the trial I’ve got a bridge to sell you.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: RedWhite&Blue2 4/4/2021 1:08:35 PM (No. 744591)
Fake reporter Fake report Fake-ass newspaper Left-wing propaganda everywhere Trump Won! Floyd killed Floyd! ENOUGH DEVIL LIES! Happy Easter God Bless you all
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Reply 4 - Posted by: JHHolliday 4/4/2021 1:10:29 PM (No. 744593)
If Chauvin were to be convicted on all counts then it's a sham trial in a kangaroo court. If BLM doesn't get what they want and the police are told to stand down while the city is looted and burned, then Minneapolis will lose its tax base and a third of its population. Productive citizens will have had enough.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: SilkCity 4/4/2021 1:15:36 PM (No. 744596)
"Grieving"; yeah right, tell me another...
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Reply 6 - Posted by: TarAndFeathers 4/4/2021 1:23:20 PM (No. 744602)
Act first! National Guard. Martial law. Give them no place to hide.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: DVC 4/4/2021 1:29:55 PM (No. 744608)
The black racists are angry and people in Minny-Apples had better be armed and ready to defend their homes from these violent, white-hating crazies.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: hershey 4/4/2021 1:31:42 PM (No. 744610)
Doesn't matter which way it goes...they will riot ...believe it...
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Reply 9 - Posted by: bpl40 4/4/2021 1:45:51 PM (No. 744616)
He had a criminal record. He was drug addled. The knee was on his back not his neck. What are they mourning? What is important is that justice be done.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: JunkYardDog 4/4/2021 1:55:07 PM (No. 744626)
A manufactured crisis. The media is a willing co-conspirator, preparing slanted & biased reporting not of the facts, but instructing you how to feel about it. I feel that its a shame he died, but maybe if he hadn't ingested all those illegal drugs....if he hadn't tried to use a counterfeit bill...if he had only gotten into the police car when he was requested to instead of resisting...that's a lot of IFs. Meanwhile, elsewhere in America, blacks are routinely pummeling Asian Americans like its for free.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Namma 4/4/2021 2:37:17 PM (No. 744653)
Minneapolis burn! So what. As long as jobama gets the results they want. If Chauvin is convicted or not the joint burns and police are blamed. Then defunded some more. Isn’t there a huge Somalian group there. They can get rid of the police and the Somalians can take over policing. Like Detroit. Mooozie police there. Have their own cars and rules.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Attila DiMedici 4/4/2021 3:00:20 PM (No. 744662)
If Derek Chauvin is convicted there will shortly be no good cops on the Minneapolis police force, only corrupt ones.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: JackBurton 4/4/2021 3:06:23 PM (No. 744666)
No Lynch Mob, no peace. I'd have a different idea.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: ramona 4/4/2021 3:43:03 PM (No. 744683)
I want the cops to be innocent, even though this will increase the likelihood and severity of riots. If the defense comes up with a very strong reason why a handcuffed man needed to be restrained in this way >> after
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Reply 15 - Posted by: ramona 4/4/2021 3:59:12 PM (No. 744686)
oops, don't know what happened continue, If the defense comes up with a very strong reason why a handcuffed man needed to be restrained in this way *after* he was no longer sentient, the jury will have only one choice and that is to acquit Derek Chauvin. However, if it is found that this hold contributed even a tiny bit to breathing problems, then the jury will have grounds to convict. It will be difficult enough for jurors to put aside all emotion and look only at the facts. But the defense will have to show that the officers feared for their lives or the safety of others to justify prolonging this hold. At this point I am not confident they can do this. Having grown up in Minnesota and knowing Minneapolis as a safe and beautiful city, I am truly grieved that the Left has perverted life there. Gud bevare oss, Ramona (the Pest)
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Reply 16 - Posted by: SALady 4/4/2021 3:59:55 PM (No. 744688)
Even this criminal and drug addicts family isn't "grieving" him any more. They are too busy spending their millions in extortion money the city paid them!!! Any editorial that starts with a blatant lie like that is going to be pure BS. Besides, we know how this is going to play out. Whether the cop is found guilty or innocent, Minneapolis, and every other lie-beral Demon-Rat controlled city in this country, is going to break into violent riots and looting -- with a lot of burning and attacking innocent people thrown in for good measure. The are sub-human racist thug animals, and violence is what they do best. They don't need an excuse.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: TLCary 4/4/2021 4:04:17 PM (No. 744695)
Care about what we TELL YOU to care about! Murdered children, Christians murdered by Muslims for not being Muslim, Whites and Asians killed by Blacks for not being Black, Cops killed for being Cops... Don’t you dare care about that YOU RACIST! Only care about a drug addicted fellow who died of an overdose while resisting arrest for committing a violent felony.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: janjan 4/4/2021 4:16:36 PM (No. 744700)
No one is ‘grieving’ over George Floyd. This is phony maudlin BS. His family got their payday and the looters got a little something out of it too. They can probably hardly wait for the next one.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: doctorfixit 4/4/2021 4:19:32 PM (No. 744703)
Minneapolis is dead. Write it off to woke-broke.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: MindMadeUp 4/4/2021 4:26:56 PM (No. 744704)
"Still grieving" for a single, tragic drug overdose death that sociopathic ideologues have hyped into a fake outrage; meanwhile, the press ignores the hundreds, maybe thousands of blacks who have been raped, robbed, and murdered, usually by black thugs, while the police have their hands tied.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 4/4/2021 4:46:30 PM (No. 744707)
Prediction: There will be riots and looting in Minneapolis and other places regardless of the outcome of the Derek Chauvin trial.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: lakerman1 4/4/2021 5:51:47 PM (No. 744746)
In a related mater, the DA offered the testimony of Floyd's 'girlfriend.' But if one listened closely, one could conclude that she was nothing more than his occasional bed partner and drug user buddy. She talked about meeting up with Floyd at hotels, which makes me wonder if he was her pimp.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: mc squared 4/4/2021 5:55:51 PM (No. 744750)
There can be no civil democracy without honest justice. If he's acquitted, so be it. Let the homies stew in their own pot.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: voxpopuli 4/4/2021 7:37:48 PM (No. 744806)
more should be written about the NYC SECULARist that has brought his new yawk traditions with him.. Jakey Frey, Boy Mayor darling of the the commies
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Reply 25 - Posted by: red1066 4/4/2021 7:55:45 PM (No. 744817)
Ask me if I care. Reap what you sow.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: smokincol 4/4/2021 8:30:59 PM (No. 744853)
because ...... there shouldn't be a trial!!!
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Reply 27 - Posted by: LadyHen 4/4/2021 9:12:22 PM (No. 744878)
A few big looting sprees (of what stores are left) and sacrificial burnings of drug and auto parts stores and they will be right as rain.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: padiva 4/4/2021 9:17:03 PM (No. 744882)
Yes Yes Yes! Put the MLB all star game in Minneapolis. The end of the trial should be the same day as the game. The fireworks will be spectacular!
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