Chauvin Guilty On All 3 Counts In Death Of George Floyd | NBC Nightly News

After the Chauvin verdict, Lester Holt speaks with MSNBC’s Trymaine Lee, Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson, and former Hennepin County Public Defender Mary Moriarty.
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  2. Look at the deranged look in his eyes. As soon as police are held PERSONALLY ACCOUNTABLE then and only then will this type of treatment ease up. Imagine how many times this has happened and just been brushed under the rug!? Police are basically a branch of the kkk. Growing up when I was 2nd 3rd 4th grade etc etc despite coming from a well to do family even during those days 70’s 80’s we knew the police were bad. Not even as much as being taught but just knowing! We knew they were bad. In the 2nd grade how do you know that police are bad!?

  3. When Chauvin's lawyer showed the video of what he claims shows Chauvin was dealing with a black man who was resisting arrest. What I saw was a how Floyd was being pulled out by his neck with a choke hold that Chauvin was administering to Floyd and Floyd was handcuffed & was dropped to the ground. where Chauvin immediately put his knee on Floyd's neck. Chauvin's lawyer showed how Floyd was being abused by Chauvin & not doing a routine arrest as his lawyer said. Every video that was presented by Chauvin's lawyer, showed abuse by Chauvin. It just added to Chauvin's guilt. Let's hope Chauvin gets the maximum prison sentence. I hope he feels good in handcuffs. Chauvin will have plenty of time to contemplate the cold blooded murder of a black man named George Floyd.

  4. The justice department seems to be on a very short leash after 911 and executive privilege fired the leading persecutors. So the arrest of district attorney's did not happen and a retrial was no different. The president was obviously grossly misinformed about Kaepernick and the trials.

  5. The district attorney's who filed absurdly lenient changes should have been included in the retrial of the officers with the additional charges of conspiracy.

  6. 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!!! I learned a lot!!!

    Lots of money, resources and effort. But it worth it.

  7. George Floyd’s Criminal Past

    George Floyd moved to Minneapolis in 2014 after being released from prison in Houston, Texas following an arrest for aggravated robbery
    On May 25, 2020, Floyd was arrested for passing a counterfeit $20 bill at a grocery store in Minneapolis
    He was under the influence of fentanyl and methamphetamine at the time of arrest
    Floyd has more than a decade-old criminal history at the time of the arrest and went to jail for atleast 5 times
    George Floyd was the ringleader of a violent home invasion
    He plead guilty to entering a woman’s home, pointing a gun at her stomach and searching the home for drugs and money, according to court records
    Floyd was sentenced to 10 months in state jail for possession of cocaine in a December 2005 arrest
    He had previously been sentenced to eight months for the same offense, stemming from an October 2002 arrest
    Floyd was arrested in 2002 for criminal trespassing and served 30 days in jail
    He had another stint for a theft in August 1998

  8. Maybe there are still hopes for the American justice after all!!!! I really hope this will bring some real changes to how the police operates and equal rights to all! Police should be friends with the people they are protecting not someone the citizen afraid of! Get rid the bully mentalities!

  9. His last words: I can't breathe. Why didn't he say I'm sorry for defrauding these people and seeing that he was remorseful the grip on him might have been released? Everyone that has ever been a victim of crime would have breathed a sigh of relief. Chauvin was not tried by a jury of his peers. Everyone knows that when it comes to police, it is them and us. Who is to blame? Chauvin 30%. Floyd 70%. And here I am being charitable. It should have been Chauvin 10% and Floyd 90%. Remember, police are not saints and are not expected to be. They have a difficult job to do and cannot allow themselves to be influenced by how bystanders believe they should act under the circumstances. Given his condition, Floyd might have dropped dead from stress while standing up.

  10. This is not real justice for black people. True justice would be to admit who we are. APTTMH The choosen people of the True God. Israelite people the people of the Bible. Justice would be for the world to tell the Truth about what really matters… There time is running out and they know this

  11. He needed to be found guilty he clearly killed George knees to neck for 9 min then lie about killing him to the civilians then told the paramedic to lie about his death

  12. Now the next thing we have to do is Vote and do away with Qualified Immunity and charge the cops accessory to murder when they stand by and let it happen!!!

  13. Let this verdict be a message to all racist, evil, power hungry hateful humans. You and your disgusting, cold hearted ways will not be tolerated anymore without severe consequences. Your hate is not welcome here anymore. Love wins. You all are losers. RIP George. Your death was not in vain. Your life made a huge impact on this world. You will always be remembered, never forgotten.

  14. A couple of blocks got knocked off that wall of injustice for my fellow black American citizens. Still a long way to go but I hope this is the beginning of the end.

  15. It took the pressure of an entire country to get the right decision. They'll probably appeal arguing that the decision was heavily influenced by public pressure.

  16. An injustice to one set of people is an injustice to ALL people, I hope that people of other race see what black people go through everyday. It's like trying to live while walking on eggshells, you are killed for what people perceive, believe, thought they saw, felt, heard etc. Its sickening.

  17. Thank God. Its not a happy day. It's just sad, but at least there is some justice here. That man just makes me sick to look at his face. I still can't comprehend.

  18. Ppl crying relieved they didnt have to go to war…I'm so proud of everyone involved in getting this justice for floyd…ty to the police that told the truth

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