Report: Feds Had Secret Plan to Arrest Chauvin In Court If He Was Found Not GuiltyChris Menahan
Apr. 29, 2021
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The Department of Justice reportedly had a secret plan to arrest Derek Chauvin in court if he was cleared of murdering George Floyd.
From Star Tribune, "Feds plan to indict Chauvin, other three ex-officers on civil rights charges":
Leading up to Derek Chauvin's murder trial, Justice Department officials had spent months gathering evidence to indict the ex-Minneapolis police officer on federal police brutality charges, but they feared the publicity frenzy could disrupt the state's case.The Biden regime has thrown the constitutional prohibition against "double jeopardy" out the window.
Their unrelenting assault on our civil liberties makes the Bush regime look like saints in comparison.
Antifa-loving Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, working together with the Biden regime, did everything they could to rig the show trial and intimidate the jurors into voting guilty.
An alternate juror on the Derek Chauvin trial told local news site KARE 11 last week 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."
After securing Chauvin's scalp, Ellison had the gall to go on 60 Minutes and say he "felt a little bad" for Chauvin, as though he was somehow sympathetic to his plight and impartial.
America is ruled by sick, twisted and thoroughly corrupt sociopaths!
Biden said when he was running that America needed to scrap the "white man's" "English jurisprudential culture."
Consider it now gone!
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