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MN vs Chauvin (George Floyd case)

PatDM'T

Well-Known Member
And no sir you cannot take out the facts of the case to try and make your case lol
That nearly kilt me. :lachen:

Like how is he
going to remove
all the evidence
and ask if all of
it is not there then
is the cause of death
what he wants it to be?

OK those were not
his exact words but
dang, dude really tried. :rofl:
 

Jmartjrmd

Well-Known Member
I bet that juror they questioned was the one that said she was so excited to serve on the jury when they were picking the jury.
 

Jmartjrmd

Well-Known Member
I missed that

What juror?

I kept tuning in
as time allowed,
so fill me in.
They questioned a juror about her possibly violating the order not to discuss or look up info on the case but she was still seated when they came back so...
they didn't show that part of her being questioned.

but they were saying someone on the jury plans to write a book and I had a feeling it might be the one they questioned
 

PatDM'T

Well-Known Member
They questioned a juror about her possibly violating the order not to discuss or look up info on the case but she was still seated when they came back so...
they didn't show that part of her being questioned.

but they were saying someone on the jury plans to write a book and I had a feeling it might be the one they questioned
Oh wow!

Thanks for the 411. :kiss:
 

PatDM'T

Well-Known Member
So defense case starts tomorrow.

Who thinks defendant will testify?
He will be
crazy to dare.
Mind you,
considerinf
that he has
even allowed
the trial to
happen when
we all saw what
he did does reek
of some arrogance,
so he may just be
full of himself
as to think
he can convince us
he is innocent.
 

PatDM'T

Well-Known Member
Dude on the
stand is really
getting on my
nerves.

WTH does he
know about
positional asphyxia
compared to the
medical experts
from previous days.
 

PatDM'T

Well-Known Member
OK so granted
Chauvin was
distracted by the
crowd, right?

So how can this
"expert" be sure
that this distraction
did not cause him
to stop following
protocol and go
overboard?

Come the frock on!
 

PatDM'T

Well-Known Member
He is getting eaten up on this masterful cross. He sounds so defeated.
YASSS!

I was just
coming to say
the "expert" and
his bias are being
laid bare, effin punk!

He claims that
Chauvin was
positioning himself
because Floyd was
moving and that is
why both feet were
off the ground.
Then he is asked
if that would exert
more force.
Claims he doesn't know.
Yet he earlier said
that situational
awareness means you
adjust force as needed.

So WT bloody H is it?
Is Mr Floyd struggling
enough to need more
force or not?

And he does not
know the difference
between writhing and
forceful resisting?

I could so not
sit through this BS.

I would be walked
out coz I would hafta
pull out the tomato
I brought for lunch
coz that is really why
I brought an over
ripe one and
:handslap: at the
bullpoop coming out
of his mouth!

When asked if
Chauvin was on
Floyd's neck or back
in that infamous pic,
he mumbled "back"
with no shame.

Ooh...someone hol' me!
 

Jmartjrmd

Well-Known Member
I'd be putting in for a refund if I was the defense but I go back to what I said earlier IF he gets convicted the appeal is going to be ineffective assistance of counsel.
 

PatDM'T

Well-Known Member
OK I am
just tuning in,
so can someone
fill me in on why
the defense was
trying to get all
charges dropped
per the caption
below?

Screenshot_20210414-113803_YouTube.jpg
 

PatDM'T

Well-Known Member
@PatDM'T From what I understand that typically occurs in most trials. Rarely if ever does the judge agree but if the defense doesn't ask I think the defendent can use that to cry ineffective counsel if they are convicted ...
I see.

Guess why not
fling everything
at the wall and
see if anything
will stick.

Makes sense.

Thanks. :kiss:
 

PatDM'T

Well-Known Member
now the car killed him.
View attachment 471341
Wait, what?
:rofl:

I am having
a hard time
focusing today
while at work,
so I missed that
poppycock. :rolleyes:

ETA: I think I
caught on the
car's alleged guilt
to the murder:
exhaust fumes?
Was the car running?
Wouldn't they need
to be in an enclosed
space for CO2 to
be relevant?
 
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Jmartjrmd

Well-Known Member
Wait, what?
:rofl:

I am having
a hard time
focusing today
while at work,
so I missed that
poppycock. :rolleyes:
They're talking about his face being near the exhaust so his exposure to carbon monoxide may have contributed to his death but then they keep saying, you are not suggesting he died from carbon monoxide..expert says no
then procedescto talk for however long now about carbon monoxide
 
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