Minnesota AG: Chauvin Guilty Verdict Shows ‘Accountability, Which Is The First Step Towards Justice’

Minnesota Attorney General Kieth Ellison said the Derek Chauvin verdict is not justice, but it shows “accountability, which is the first step towards justice.”
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Minnesota AG: Chauvin Guilty Verdict Shows ‘Accountability, Which Is The First Step Towards Justice’

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28 thoughts on “Minnesota AG: Chauvin Guilty Verdict Shows ‘Accountability, Which Is The First Step Towards Justice’

  1. Why weren’t the people in charge of this police officer held accountable? Watch “White Boy Ricky!” On Netflicks. These people in charge new about Chauvin, and never did anything out him! What happen to Detroit is happening in Minneapolis, the leaders are power hungry and they make sure they are never blamed for their failures in their leadership.

  2. Lol this is not a first step. And the officer did nothing wrong either. I hope he gets let out in five years at least.

  3. End police unions from getting bad cops back on the street. Chauvin had 18 prior complaints including excessive force. He shouldn’t have been there.

  4. President Biden should grant Darnella Frazier, who filmed the Chauvin crime, the Medal of Freedom. The award has been tainted by the kinds of people Trump has given it to, like Rush Limbaugh and the Navy SEAL convicted of killing Iraqi children. But giving it to Ms. Frazier could help put the award back on the right track.

  5. Great respect , admiration and appreciation to the great team : assistant attorneys general, Matthew Frank and Erin Eldridge, and two outstanding lawyers, Jerry Blackwell and Steve Schleicher; they did an amazing job!!!

  6. just another body thrown on the pile of " Social Justice "……..but will it lead to peace? ……no one will want to police the streets……and then there will no peace….

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