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sully 85 points ago +86 / -1

The guy has a clear-cut appeal case. What the fuck is his lawyer doing?

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muslimporn 34 points ago +39 / -5

"Oh I'm a Christian I stand for Jesus after he was wrongfully convicted."

Meanwhile...

"Oh Derek Chauvin got what he deserved for looking guilty when he wasn't."

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therighteousdontfear 9 points ago +10 / -1

What does this case have to do with Christians?

Also Jesus wasn't "wrongfully convicted", he was convicted for being the Son of God. It was a backwards ass attempt at humanity mocking the savior, but He walked into it with both eyes open.

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latsbruh 1 point ago +1 / -0

jesus' "wrongful conviction" was literally the plan right? lol

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ThisIsHowItStarts 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yes it was. He died for us, for our sins, so we could go to heaven. He didn’t deserve any of it, but he took it off for us. Yes that was the plan all along. For him to be wrongfully convicted and to rise from the dead and take the keys to the gates of hell! I am grateful and humbled by his sacrifice.

But yes Derek Shoven and Jesus Christ have nothing to do with one another. Unless he actually excepted Christ as his Lord and Savior then they have a relationship. Other than that the two situations are apples and oranges.

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latsbruh 2 points ago +2 / -0

I know, im agreeing. Jesus didnt say anything when he was falsely accused because it was the plan, Derek isnt comparable to Jesus in any way.

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ThisIsHowItStarts 2 points ago +2 / -0

Cool - got it! Sorry Fren!

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therighteousdontfear 1 point ago +1 / -0

Exactly.

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therighteousdontfear 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think you need to re:read the Gospels. They knew that he was God and that was the whole point - we all do. We all reject the Savior.

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lixa 25 points ago +25 / -0

He filed a motion. Maybe it isn’t scheduled yet.

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Jackhererer 28 points ago +28 / -0

The court system works extremely slow......

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LibertyisYuge 20 points ago +20 / -0

The wheels of justice grind very slowly

   -A Fat Useless AG
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Jackhererer 13 points ago +13 / -0

No KFC until his case is appealed, and is cleared of all charges.

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slowmotrin 2 points ago +2 / -0

Which is why we are still waiting for Kyle.

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JohnCocktoastin 19 points ago +20 / -1

You can’t appeal until sentenced. Which isn’t until July or August. And given that there are some procedural arguments to be had regarding sentence deviations the prosecution is requesting, there is a small chance that could be delayed as well.

Even if he could appeal now, he won't be granted bail during appeal. I suppose in theory it is possible. But the soonest that likely could happen is if the court of appeals vacates the conviction and remands for a new trial. That won't happen fast, regardless of the merits.

MN court of appeals is dog shit. I don't know what they will do here but it will probably be bad. They are the ones that forced third degree murder back on the menu for the trial against the trial court judge’s wishes, and against MN law. In MN, only Supreme Court cases are of precedential value. The Noor case had not made it that high, so the trial court was correct in refusing to consider it. Appeals Court butchered it.

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DoozerChuck 3 points ago +3 / -0

Sounds like you know quite a bit about the MN court system. Good info

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WarViper1337 7 points ago +7 / -0

Appeals are almost always a slow and painful process especially in "murder" trials.

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Slugbert 6 points ago +6 / -0

Excellent question.

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Whitespace 42 points ago +45 / -3

They'll use the prison industrial complex against you too. The boomers built a system that incarcerates 2 million people, which they believed made them safer. I think quite a few people will find out that the reality is quite the opposite.

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bjorngottfriedsson 30 points ago +31 / -1

A lot of here talk a big game but it’s that same prison complex that will make each person here disappear one. by. one. Idk how else to stop it but I fear a concrete cell is all of our futures. Or a ditch in the middle of nowhere.

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Slugbert 33 points ago +33 / -0

You stop it by doing what the WWII survivors wished they would have done when the gestapo came for them one by one - make every visit as painful as possible instead of cowering in fear.

Some may call it internet tough talk. That’s fine. I’m just relaying history as those who don’t learn the lessons taught by it are doomed to repeat the same mistakes.

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bjorngottfriedsson 16 points ago +17 / -1

Alright. I agree. So Bundy Ranch every damn raid? I’m for it. I just hope others will be as well.

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Slugbert 7 points ago +8 / -1

Me too, fren. Let’s just hope it doesn’t come to that.

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King6of6the6retards 4 points ago +5 / -1

How may examples need to be made?

I'm always sharpening a shovel, or some such.

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befehlistbefehl 6 points ago +6 / -0

This.

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Whitespace 7 points ago +7 / -0

I think prisoners should be put to work. There is a middle ground between locking them up and having them sit around 18-21 hours a day. I've been to jail for over a year. Etched in one of my cell doors was "I can't wait to get to the pen."

That place is dehumanizing, it was violent and the institutions ignored morality and ignored simple legal behavior.

"Like a lot of people that read a law book, he thinks the law is in it."

  • Raymond Chandler (The Long Goodbye)
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HKgoneWild 9 points ago +9 / -0

Maybe, but then you'll end up with more kameltoes trying to keep as many people in jail for whatever crime as a matter of state convenience (free labor). I'm not saying no to the idea, just pointing out an issue.

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bluebahloo 1 point ago +1 / -0

What was the pen a reference to? Prison as opposed to jail?

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Robust_Safeguard 3 points ago +3 / -0

Simple fix to that problem. Dont be taken alive and take some with you. Taking out one corrupt gestapo is huge because it probably took them decades of brainwashing and millions of dollars just to get them.

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Nopa 2 points ago +2 / -0

You ask every officer who show up to your house if they have a warrant to be there. If they don't then you ask them their name and what LEO agency they are a part of and what field office if applicable (FBI, ATF, State Police). Tell them you dont have time to talk to them then and there and that you'll call them up later. Then ignore them or ask them to leave if they start snooping. Call a lawyer.

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GlockArm 0 points ago +1 / -1

Haha, you're dumb enough to get taken alive?

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jomten 2 points ago +2 / -0

People finally waking up to the fact the US government is every bit as capable of evil as the worst governments in history.

Private prisons with mandatory work requirements, we totally condemn chinas work camps though.

KGB spying on its citizens? laughs in NSA

Secret police killing citizens? The CIA killed Fred Hampton and the other Black Panther leaders. FBI killed MLK. CIA was behind Malcolm X.

I know the Black Panthers were a marxist group but I cant really blame them for looking for an alternative system. When the CIA literally sends wet teams to murder your group and it's leaders, then the media covers it up for them, its hard to argue that communists are the oppressive ones.

I think more than weapons we need to get equal footing in the information war. That and a maximum amount of time any one person can work for the state.

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MAGAsJustBegun 1 point ago +1 / -0

Right. We would have been better off with permanent deportations and executions.

Don't get me wrong, it's fucked up when an innocent man is executed, but it's almost a better fate than life in prison as Derek Chauvin... His life is hell, and he was just struggling with a violent drug addict scumbag who did nothing but destroy others in society.

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9x10again 1 point ago +1 / -0

Those dreaded boomers and their building of things…

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Whitespace 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes, abortion clinics, gay pride parades, woke universities and mass immigration.

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fingis_dartan 38 points ago +38 / -0

As a former prison guard; it’s for his own safety. He could never walk a prison yard.

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Legionnaire0311 19 points ago +20 / -1

This is probably true. Who would wanna be in gen pop anyway?

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WhitePowerRanger 12 points ago +12 / -0

Went to jail for 3 days and never been before. But even I knew to work my manipulative magic to get my ass out of gen pop and into medical

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WhitePowerRanger 4 points ago +4 / -0

I don’t think so…. It was either gen pop or medical ward. I wasn’t about to pretend to be absolutely batshit to get solitary. Medical was fine lol

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bluebahloo 3 points ago +3 / -0

What excuse did you use for requiring medical?

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WhitePowerRanger 2 points ago +2 / -0

I could dislocate my shoulder at will lol

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bluebahloo 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lol convenient I guess.

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bluebahloo 2 points ago +2 / -0

No you have to have a special need for it.

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Whitespace 7 points ago +7 / -0

That is definitely a contribution. But frankly, out of 2 million people you could probably put him in with a computer fraud guy. Hopefully that's eventually what happens. As a prison guard, I'm sure you know placement sometimes takes time.

Definitely met some prison guards I really respect. It's a tough job but there are some really unsuited people, including in leadership. The leadership and guards in prison also influence the prisoners behavior. edit That's a high standard. Prison staff who live up to it need to be rewarded with higher pay and more authority.

The toxic prisoners often draw toxic institutions into a common evil.

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Maga2020Maga2020 4 points ago +4 / -0

When you think about your time in prison serving as a guard, how many horrible human rights abuses did you observe?

Yes prison means losing freedoms and civil rights but the human rights being abused is sickening.

That said I believe in cages violent criminals and the most violent being caught and 100% proved guilty, I think those should be executed.

We house far too many non violent citizens.

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fingis_dartan 1 point ago +1 / -0

I was in a maximum security prison. I saw an inmate get stabbed to death on my first day. There were no innocent men in there. If you’re looking for sympathy you’re barking up the wrong tree.

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Maga2020Maga2020 1 point ago +1 / -0

You have no idea how easy it is to end up in prison if you get in front of the wrong cop when they are having a bad day.

3 year prison sentences get handed out like candy in the US.

Then once you get in prison you must comply with the inmate rules, and even if you do you will be attacked.

Our prison system is disgusting and half of them should not be there.

As for the 100% proven guilty violent offenders, fuck them, just execute them. You murder someone and its proven beyond a doubt 100% then death, fuck this BS prison thing for them.

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orange_dit 1 point ago +1 / -0

Aren't there special prisons for police officers?

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Maga2020Maga2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ad seg or they are tossed in with at risk prisoners like child abusers or ex gang members, but I do not think they have a prison dedicated to former police.

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orange_dit 1 point ago +1 / -0

maybe he should identify as a woman, then they'll have to put him in a women's prison

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Smurfection 13 points ago +14 / -1

Derek Chauvin is a scapegoat. It's obvious to everyone that knows that George Floyd of Fentanyl was a drug addict and dealer.

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giglamesh 12 points ago +12 / -0

Minnesota leaders are complicit in the kangaroo court that found Chavin Guilty. They ignored the fact that George Floyd died of a fentanyl overdose.Before a trial even determined if Chauvin was innocent or guilty, MN paid the floyd family $27M. They wouldn't help with even 1 cent to the hundreds of businesses destroyed by BLM, in fact sent them bill for clean up that was more than most of their insurance coverage. Governor Walz and the AG keith Ellison assisted BLM in destroying the Twin Cities.

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Maga2020Maga2020 2 points ago +3 / -1

And the retarded leftists will vote for more of it.

They are lost.

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FitOfficial 9 points ago +12 / -3

Cops are holding a fellow cop in solitary?

Yeah fucking right.

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Whitespace 10 points ago +10 / -0

Why not? Some of the best times I've had was on the high risk offender unit. I got a place to myself, not politics, gossip and general assholes to deal with.

Even in "punative" detention, which they held me for an illegal amount of time. I had one intelligent ex-mercenary from Chechnya to talk to, that was a piece of cake. Gen-pop was a headache even though I was neither a cop, nor guilty of any crime.

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FitOfficial 6 points ago +6 / -0

The "solitary" part may be true but it's more the "torture" part I doubt. He probably does have a nice place all to himself. He's also probably had access to whatever entertainment he wants and any food he can afford.

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Whitespace 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think you're right. Assange, however, is being treated brutally.

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Maga2020Maga2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

I would choose solitary over being caged with the insane.

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Whitespace 1 point ago +1 / -0

Definitely agree.

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FrankZappaSA 6 points ago +6 / -0

Here’s what would happen if the justice system of our banana republic wasn’t such a joke:

-Chauvin must have someone uncomfortably kneel on his back for 9 and a half minutes. Of course, he should be allowed to resist, say stupid BS like “I’m not that kind of guy,” and just generally be a dick while receiving this punishment. (Of course, this will prove that Chauvin’s actions didn’t lead to George Floyd’s death.)

-Then, he should immediately be offered a bail. However, the bail may be paid entirely in Monopoly money, money from “The Game of Life,” xerox copies of the above or whatever ridiculous counterfeit money George Floyd used to break the law.

-We should then give him a passport and allow him to leave because this country is no longer safe for him. (Imagine that—a police officer—doing his JOB—won’t be safe in our Country. It doesn’t sound like he’s safe in effing PRISON now.)

🤡🌎

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fakewhiterage 5 points ago +6 / -1

Hell get epsteined no doubt

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notmydirtyalt 2 points ago +2 / -0

Breaking: Government that ignores 1st and 2nd amendments also ignores all others.

Film at 11.

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Ronpaulblican2 1 point ago +1 / -0

He could’ve given Floyd an ass massage and it wouldn’t make a difference. He overdosed x 3!

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Serude 1 point ago +1 / -0

Fuck Derek Chaven, he was a shitbag democrat who voted for the mess he's in. Dont feel one bit of pitty for him.

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dagoat4l 1 point ago +1 / -0

Hes better off there. If not in there he would be gang raped and killed. Thats if he's lucky. Sucks and this is sick the man is innocent. They will drag out everything to keep him in for as long as they can. Maybe make a plea deal where he can get out in 10 years. If you are a police officer quit and do something else in life.

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Maga2020Maga2020 1 point ago +1 / -0

Until a crooked BLM guard 'forgets' a cell door and a lifer shanks him.

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slowmotrin 1 point ago +1 / -0

Wasn't Jeffrey Epstein also kept in solitary and checked on for 30 minutes at a time?

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MySidesGoUp 1 point ago +1 / -0

It can’t be half bad inside. Most of the crooks in MN run free...

Jokes aside- Chauvin is playing the part of Jesus for low iq negroids..

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blueeyephoto 1 point ago +1 / -0

BLM member of the jury likely threatened and intimidated the other jurors to find guilty or have BLM show up at their homes... if that is not reminiscent of the Mafia tactics of jury intimidation i don't know what is.

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str8_outta_Kekistan 1 point ago +1 / -0

No, they are microwaving his brain because he's a mobster.

Joe Morela is next.

The collision repair industry is about to be hott........

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Wcvarn 1 point ago +1 / -0

Must be racist joggers in the prison, too stupid to know that saint Foyd committed suicide.

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AkaCoco 0 points ago +1 / -1

Just a word of caution.

This isn’t being reported to inform everyone that he’s safe and well, it’s to parade him around and show everyone that he’s getting ‘what he deserves’.

It’s to celebrate what’s happening to him.