'I Did Not Want To Go Through Rioting And Destruction Again': Chauvin Juror Feared 'People Coming To My House If They Were Not Happy With The Verdict'Chris Menahan
Apr. 23, 2021
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An alternate juror on the Derek Chauvin trial told a local news site that she "did not want to go through rioting and destruction again" and "was concerned about people coming to [her] house if they were not happy with the verdict."
The juror, Lisa Christensen, also revealed how the riots which broke out in Brooklyn Center in the middle of the trial were right by her house.
"When I came home, I could hear the helicopters flying over my house... I could hear the flash bangs going off," Christensen said. "If I stepped outside, I could see the smoke from the grenades. One day, the trial ran a little late, and I had trouble getting to my house, because the protesters were blocking the interstate, so I had to go way around."
This is the clearest picture yet of the terroristic intimidation jurors faced to ensure Chauvin was found guilty in what was fundamentally a rigged show trial.
That the trial was not moved out of Minneapolis is a sick joke but since Charlottesville this has become the new normal.
From KARE 11, "'I wish it didn't have to happen': Alternate juror reflects on Derek Chauvin trial":
MINNEAPOLIS — A woman who sat as an alternate on the jury that found Derek Chauvin guilty in George Floyd's murder is speaking out about what it was like to parse through nearly three weeks of testimony in the former Minneapolis officer's high-profile trial.KARE 11 did not include Christensen's statements detailing what amounts to jury intimidation in their video report.
There's no reason to assume her fears were unique. All the jurors who ultimately ruled on the case were facing similar threats.
Judge Peter Cahill threatened twice to declare a mistrial but refused to follow through -- no doubt out of fear -- and ultimately knelt before the mob.
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