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This is the TYPICAL STUPIDITY of a TreasonMonkey COWARD who REFUSES to follow the rules then WHINES LIKE THE PUNKS YOU ARE when you find out ACTIONS have consequences its always

WWWWAAAAAHHHHHHHH I am a CONSERVATIVE I dont HAVE to follow the rules and how DARE you expose me to the CONSEQUENCES of my ACTIONS WWWWWAAAAHHHHHHH Conservative victimhood so I will START MY OWN THREAD about how I am being SILENCED

GOD you are STUPID BuffyButthurt

Also your GOD lost the ELECTION TRAITOR Get over it
 

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Vegasgiants » 04 Apr 2021, 12:37 pm » wrote: States are not required to have a grand jury.  Only the federal government is

The grand jury clause of the Fifth Amendment has not been incorporated against the U.S. states.[24] As a matter of state law, nearly all states employ some form of grand jury,[25] though only about half require a grand jury indictment to commence a criminal prosecution, and among those, many limit the requirement to felonies or even certain types of felonies.[26] The size of the grand jury and the number of grand jurors required to issue an indictment varies among the states and even, at times, within a single state.[
The State of Minnesota has incorporated the Grand Jury System.  I suspect that the biased or scared to death of what the blm *** and antifa *** would do prosecutor did not present Chauvin's case to a Hennepinn County Grand Jury because he feared they would no bill Chauvin.

Floyd was a career criminal *** druggie and deserves justice while 14 year veteran, productive member of society Ashli Babbitt's *** killer goes scot free. All depends on whose toes get stepped on.  
 

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Another IGNORANT POST by a RACIST PIG done mostly to get attention by being a RACIST PIG which does NOT IN ANY WAY SHOW that a grand hury did not issue an indictment of Chauvin

You afre A GUTLESS COWARD and a PIG, TRAITOR. And your GOD LOST the election TRAITOR
 
 

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Vegasgiants » 04 Apr 2021, 11:37 am » wrote: Fact

The medical examiner ruled it a homicide

Fact

The most senior Minneapolis police officer said this

The most senior officer with the Minneapolis Police Department testified Friday that Derek Chauvin’s actions in the arrest of George Floyd were “totally unnecessary” and that a handcuffed person does not pose the level of threat that a "top tier" use of force would warrant.

Lt. Richard Zimmerman, the supervisor of the department’s homicide unit, testified in Chauvin's murder trial Friday morning that he saw no reason why the four officers who arrested Floyd “felt they were in danger.”

“Pulling him down to the ground face down and putting your knee on a neck for that amount of time is just uncalled for,” Zimmerman said.

Medical examiners get things wrong like anyone else. You're using the 'appeal to authority' fallacy. Try again.

Nobody said that the officer's action were necessary. The question is whether it was a homicide. Your appeal to authority argument is fallacious reasoning. 


I wonder if VG will respond without his usual sophomoric crap.

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Vegas » 04 Apr 2021, 1:22 pm » wrote: Medical examiners get things wrong like anyone else. You're using the 'appeal to authority' fallacy. Try again.

Nobody said that the officer's action were necessary. The question is whether it was a homicide. Your appeal to authority argument is fallacious reasoning. 

I wonder if VG will respond without his usual sophomoric crap.
We should take your opinion over the medical examiner?  Lol

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Buffalo » 04 Apr 2021, 1:04 pm » wrote: The State of Minnesota has incorporated the Grand Jury System.  I suspect that the biased or scared to death of what the blm *** and antifa *** would do prosecutor did not present Chauvin's case to a Hennepinn County Grand Jury because he feared they would no bill Chauvin.

Floyd was a career criminal *** druggie and deserves justice while 14 year veteran, productive member of society Ashli Babbitt's *** killer goes scot free. All depends on whose toes get stepped on.
Prove it is a requirement by state law


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Vegasgiants » 04 Apr 2021, 1:24 pm » wrote: We should take your opinion over the medical examiner?  Lol

No. The point is that you should use sound reasoning. Lol. 

Yeah, I didn't think you had the intellectual capability to respond intelligently. 

Let's go clog Veghead's thread with your song and Biden/Trump spam.

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Vegas » 04 Apr 2021, 1:27 pm » wrote: No. The point is that you should use sound reasoning. Lol. 

Yeah, I didn't think you had the intellectual capability to respond intelligently. 

Let's go clog Veghead's thread with your song and Biden/Trump spam.
You mean like the medical examiner did who happens to be a expert in this area?


HAHAHAHAHA 
 

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Vegasgiants » 04 Apr 2021, 1:28 pm » wrote: You mean like the medical examiner did who happens to be a expert in this area?

HAHAHAHAHA

Appealing to authority again. God, what is wrong with you? History is full of examples where experts have been wrong. 

https://fightthenewdrug.org/15-things-e ... ved-wrong/


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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Vegas » 04 Apr 2021, 1:33 pm » wrote: Appealing to authority again. God, what is wrong with you? History is full of examples where experts have been wrong. 

https://fightthenewdrug.org/15-things-e ... ved-wrong/

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
It's cute you have a medical opinion 


HAHAHAHAHA 
 

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Vegasgiants » 04 Apr 2021, 1:33 pm » wrote: It's cute you have a medical opinion 

HAHAHAHAHA

It's cute that you think I showed my medical opinion. Adorable.

HAHAHAHAHAHA

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Vegas » 04 Apr 2021, 1:34 pm » wrote: It's cute that you think I showed my medical opinion. Adorable.

HAHAHAHAHAHA
Well we do have a medical opinion 


It's a homicide 


HAHAHAHAHA 
 

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Vegasgiants » 04 Apr 2021, 1:35 pm » wrote: Well we do have a medical opinion 

It's a homicide 

HAHAHAHAHA

And right back to your fallacy again. 

Ahhhhhhhh......how precious. You like playing with toy arguments. 

HAHAHAHAHAA

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Vegas » 04 Apr 2021, 1:37 pm » wrote: And right back to your fallacy again. 

Ahhhhhhhh......how precious. You like playing with toy arguments. 

HAHAHAHAHAA
It's cute you have a medical opinion 


HAHAHAHAHA 
 

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Vegasgiants » 04 Apr 2021, 1:28 pm » wrote: You mean like the medical examiner did who happens to be a expert in this area?

HAHAHAHAHA
The "expert" medical examiner Baker and his autopsy findings may not be as much help to the prosecution as you moonbats think...Chauvin

Prosecutors: Dismiss Autopsy Findings



The case against Derek Chauvin has collapsed. The prosecution wants to go full kangaroo court by suppressing the findings of the official autopsy, which do not support its improbable contention that George Floyd died of asphyxia rather than cardiac arrest.Jonathan Turley, a liberal-leaning but honest legal analyst, sums up the key facts:
►The autopsy did not conclude that Floyd died from asphyxiation (though a family pathologist made that finding). Rather, it found “cardiopulmonary arrest while being restrained by law enforcement officer(s).” The state’s criminal complaint against Chauvin said the autopsy “revealed no physical findings that support a diagnosis of traumatic asphyxia or strangulation. Mr. Floyd had underlying health conditions including coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease.” He also was COVID-19 positive.►Andrew Baker, Hennepin County’s chief medical examiner, strongly suggested that the primary cause was a huge amount of fentanyl in Floyd’s system: “Fentanyl at 11 ng/ml — this is higher than (a) chronic pain patient. If he were found dead at home alone & no other apparent causes, this could be acceptable to call an OD (overdose). Deaths have been certified w/levels of 3.”
That is, Floyd’s fentanyl level was nearly four times what is considered potentially lethal. The case against Floyd’s illegal drug habit is much stronger than the case against Chauvin.
►Floyd notably repeatedly said that he could not breathe while sitting in the police cruiser and before he was ever restrained on the ground. That is consistent with the level of fentanyl in his system that can cause “slowed or stopped breathing.”
The sensation of not being able to breathe is also a symptom of heart failure. As Floyd was already complaining about not being able to breathe while he was still in the car, it is hard to blame this on Chauvin holding him to the ground with his knee afterward.Floyd’s lungs were bloated with fluid. This is a symptom of opioid overdose.
►Finally, the restraint using an officer’s knee on an uncooperative suspect was part of the training of officers, and jurors will watch training videotapes employing the same type of restraint as official policy.
No reasonable person could call it murder when a police officer applies his training to restrain a criminal who is resisting arrest. According to Baker, the technique used was not likely to impact breathing.
Baker cited the drugs in the system as well as the 75-80% narrowing of coronary arteries that “put him at risk for a sudden cardiac arrest.”
This tells you all you need to know about the lynch mob that wants to string up Derek Chauvin for doing his job:
After those findings were released, Baker’s office had to be put under police protections due to threats to him and his staff.
If he gets a fair trial, Chauvin is likely to be acquitted. Many lives will be ruined and even ended as the media whips up another round of Black Lives Matter riots, laying waste to inner cities. But at least our system of justice will survive.If Chauvin is found guilty, it will be of the charge for which he was actually brought to trial: being a white male police officer in a country run by leftists.
 

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Buffalo » 06 Apr 2021, 6:03 am » wrote: The "expert" medical examiner Baker and his autopsy findings may not be as much help to the prosecution as you moonbats think...Chauvin

Prosecutors: Dismiss Autopsy Findings


The case against Derek Chauvin has collapsed. The prosecution wants to go full kangaroo court by suppressing the findings of the official autopsy, which do not support its improbable contention that George Floyd died of asphyxia rather than cardiac arrest.Jonathan Turley, a liberal-leaning but honest legal analyst, sums up the key facts:

That is, Floyd’s fentanyl level was nearly four times what is considered potentially lethal. The case against Floyd’s illegal drug habit is much stronger than the case against Chauvin.

The sensation of not being able to breathe is also a symptom of heart failure. As Floyd was already complaining about not being able to breathe while he was still in the car, it is hard to blame this on Chauvin holding him to the ground with his knee afterward.Floyd’s lungs were bloated with fluid. This is a symptom of opioid overdose.

No reasonable person could call it murder when a police officer applies his training to restrain a criminal who is resisting arrest. According to Baker, the technique used was not likely to impact breathing.

This tells you all you need to know about the lynch mob that wants to string up Derek Chauvin for doing his job:

If he gets a fair trial, Chauvin is likely to be acquitted. Many lives will be ruined and even ended as the media whips up another round of Black Lives Matter riots, laying waste to inner cities. But at least our system of justice will survive.If Chauvin is found guilty, it will be of the charge for which he was actually brought to trial: being a white male police officer in a country run by leftists.
Its not murder.  Its manslaughter 
He should get 10 years
 

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More of the prosecution's kangaroo court case against Chauvin falling apart:

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GRAPHIC EVIDENCE: Defense asks police chief during cross if he’d agree that in the body camera angle (on the right) #DerekChauvin’s knee is on #GeorgeFloyd’s shoulder not neck.

Chief Arradondo: Yes.

Defense: No further questions.




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solon » 04 Apr 2021, 11:39 am » wrote: YOu are a LIAR a TRAITOR and an ignorant POS and you NEVER HAD A POINT. You NEVER HAVE a point except to tell LIES and to show your HATE for America and Americans. Which is why your STUPID LIES and ignropant HATE posts got kicked off the other thread

Your GOD LOST the election TRAITOR. Your GOD is a LOSER TRAITOR get over it TRAITOR
Here we have our resident barely literate liberal who condones the action of another liberal here for her hypocrisy, who was constantly offering her own opinions on a thread while demanding that others post only factual evidence sans any opinion, as determined by her authority alone, banishing those views off her thread, in the finest example yet of how liberals LOVE the cancel culture they created.

Their motto?  "Only like-minded opinions matter.  Anything else is a racist attack."

Then, having found no other salient point to make, this moron returns to the catch-all phrase to return to an attack that ignorant libs can't seem to get out of their heads, regarding an election from over 4 months ago. 

All while calling others here "ignropant".  How can anyone here do anything but laugh at such a cretin? 

Additionally, AL owes Buffalo a sincere apology.
 

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Chauvin is toast. He'll be made to squat to pee pretty soon.
 

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Vegasgiants » 06 Apr 2021, 6:25 am » wrote: Its not murder.  Its manslaughter 
He should get 10 years
It is a drugged up, career criminal *** dying ( having a heart attack from and overdose) while resisting arrest and a cop just doing his thankless job!!!  He should be found NOT guilty!!!

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