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OK, let's dial down the temperatures for a second and ponder this: Would the country have been better served if the Minneapolis District Attorney offered a plea deal to Officer Derrick Chauvin rather than go through this circus of a trial? If so, what do you think the deal would have been?
 

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Manslaughter, probably...though the DA couldn't offer a plea and everyone knew it.
 

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There was never any possibility that this country could ever be anything BUT completely fucked.

The media no longer reports the news. It creates outcome and once the media gets a hold of something, there is no outcome possible other than the one the media wants.
 

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Manslaughter, probably...though the DA couldn't offer a plea and everyone knew it.
Why not? My thinking is the conviction WILL be overturned and rather than waste more time on another show trial, a plea will be forthcoming.

He will only be sentenced on the top count so he might get 15-40 instead of to full 40.
 

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OK, let's dial down the temperatures for a second and ponder this: Would the country have been better served if the Minneapolis District Attorney offered a plea deal to Officer Derrick Chauvin rather than go through this circus of a trial? If so, what do you think the deal would have been?
No. Charges were righteous and just, being charges based on the facts. A plea deal would have rightly been seen as an attempt to sweep it under the rug to save the officer, now convicted and would have sparked more burning, rioting and destruction. It was only right, that this be carried out in the daylight.
 
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OK, let's dial down the temperatures for a second and ponder this: Would the country have been better served if the Minneapolis District Attorney offered a plea deal to Officer Derrick Chauvin rather than go through this circus of a trial? If so, what do you think the deal would have been?
No. Charges were righteous and just, being charges based on the facts. A plea deal would have rightly been seen as an attempt to sweep it under the rug to save the officer, now convicted and would have sparked more burning, rioting and destruction. It was only right, that this be carried out in the daylight.
Overcharged. Not premeditated murder.
 

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OK, let's dial down the temperatures for a second and ponder this: Would the country have been better served if the Minneapolis District Attorney offered a plea deal to Officer Derrick Chauvin rather than go through this circus of a trial? If so, what do you think the deal would have been?
No. Charges were righteous and just, being charges based on the facts. A plea deal would have rightly been seen as an attempt to sweep it under the rug to save the officer, now convicted and would have sparked more burning, rioting and destruction. It was only right, that this be carried out in the daylight.
Overcharged. Not premeditated murder.
Was anybody naive enough to think there would be no appeal filed? I would not count on a plea deal offer at the expense of burning cities. Chauvin may just have to go to jail and hope to win an appeal someday like other criminals occasionally do.
 
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OK, let's dial down the temperatures for a second and ponder this: Would the country have been better served if the Minneapolis District Attorney offered a plea deal to Officer Derrick Chauvin rather than go through this circus of a trial? If so, what do you think the deal would have been?
No. Charges were righteous and just, being charges based on the facts. A plea deal would have rightly been seen as an attempt to sweep it under the rug to save the officer, now convicted and would have sparked more burning, rioting and destruction. It was only right, that this be carried out in the daylight.
Overcharged. Not premeditated murder.
Was anybody naive enough to think there would be no appeal filed? I would not count on a plea deal offer at the expense of burning cities. Chauvin may just have to go to jail and hope to win an appeal someday like other criminals occasionally do.
So you're anti police. got it.
 

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OK, let's dial down the temperatures for a second and ponder this: Would the country have been better served if the Minneapolis District Attorney offered a plea deal to Officer Derrick Chauvin rather than go through this circus of a trial? If so, what do you think the deal would have been?
No. Charges were righteous and just, being charges based on the facts. A plea deal would have rightly been seen as an attempt to sweep it under the rug to save the officer, now convicted and would have sparked more burning, rioting and destruction. It was only right, that this be carried out in the daylight.
Overcharged. Not premeditated murder.
Was anybody naive enough to think there would be no appeal filed? I would not count on a plea deal offer at the expense of burning cities. Chauvin may just have to go to jail and hope to win an appeal someday like other criminals occasionally do.
So you're anti police. got it.
Have no idea what gave you that idea. Not much of a judge of people, are you?
 

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OK, let's dial down the temperatures for a second and ponder this: Would the country have been better served if the Minneapolis District Attorney offered a plea deal to Officer Derrick Chauvin rather than go through this circus of a trial? If so, what do you think the deal would have been?
10 yrs
 

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No way this is second degree murder as GF was drugged out of his mind and resisting
 

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