Prosecution prepares to rest its case today

Legal analyst Terri Austin discusses the “spark of life” testimony from George Floyd’s brother.

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22 thoughts on “Prosecution prepares to rest its case today

  1. i think these people need some clarification as to what "reasonable doubt" actually means… just because some mouth breather thinks it was reasonable…

    think about how stupid the average person is, and then realize that half of 'em are stupider than that! -George Carlin

  2. according to who…. are you planning to talk about just the "talking points" and not whats actually happening during the trial? this criminal and his family have gotten enough from this..

  3. So, liberals on this comment thread get to make insults and threats while conservatives get moderated. Downvotes after liberal comments don't even register.
    ABC and YouTube, you suck. Even you can't hide the fact that conservatives are getting up-voted at 10 times the rate as the liberals.

  4. Chauvinist and accomplices are GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY

  5. Im guess he gets 5-10 years behind bars with special treatment & possible early parol. Though 1 year can be a death sentence if not in seclusion

  6. He'll get convicted but able to appeal but by no means would that indict double jeopardy or that he may get off at appeal Possibly only reduced sentencing

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