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Uh oh. Chauvin juror seen in picture wearing BLM hat and George Floyd shirt
JAZZ SHAW May 03, 2021 4:41 PM ET
  
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As we worked our way through the trial of Derek Chauvin in the killing of George Floyd, the voir dire process nearly drew as much attention as the trial itself. Given the wall-to-wall coverage the entire saga generated in news reports across the nation, finding more than a dozen people who were sincerely unbiased and (hopefully) not all that familiar with the story was always going to be a challenge. There were also concerns from BLM supporters that there would be (presumably racist) white jurors who would hold out for a deadlocked jury. In the end, however, they seated the required number of people.

But were all of the jurors honest about their positions while being questioned by the prosecution and the defense? That’s the question that’s being raised this week. One of the jurors who has since gone public, Brandon Mitchell (formerly known as Juror #52), has shown up on social media sporting some apparel and offering quotes indicating that he was not only far more familiar with the case than he had let on, but most definitely had a position as to what had happened. Given the answers that Mitchell provided during questioning, this could call the entire validity of the trial into question. (Daily Wire)
One of the jurors who served on the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin reportedly sported a Black Lives Matter T-shirt with a reference to the death of George Floyd, seemingly challenging what the juror told the Chauvin defense team during jury selection.According to a report from The Post Millennial, now-public juror Brandon Mitchell, 31, is seen in a Facebook post published in August 2020 wearing a hat that says “Black Lives Matter” and a T-shirt that says “BLM” with the words, “Get Your Knee Off Our Necks,” a reference to the death of Floyd.The photo was posted by a Travis Mitchell with the caption, “The next Generation being socially active representing in DC my son Marzell, my nephew Brandon Rene Mitchell, and brotha Maurice Jauntiness Johnson.”
Here’s the photo in question, tweeted out by Jack Posobiec. 
As the Daily Wire notes, that garb flies in the face of what Mitchell told the judge on March 15 when he was asked if he was aware of the Chauvin case and George Floyd. He responded by saying that he’d heard “some basic info about trial dates, etc from the news”, but not the sort of information “that would keep him from serving as an impartial juror.” 
It turns out that Mitchell had more than a shirt and a hat. He also ran a podcast covering George Floyd and other racial justice issues. He’s also gone on to give an interview to the Wall Street Journal in which he described how he decided to go public to help “push for change” and told of his many negative experiences dealing with law enforcement when he was younger.

If Mr. Mitchell was truly unfamiliar with the George Floyd case before joining the jury, he’s certainly made up for lost time in a hurry. But that seems patently preposterous. So where does that leave us now? The judge in the case has already raised the prospect of this verdict being torn apart during appeals by the antics of Congresswoman Maxine Waters prior to the opening arguments being made. And now we have this mess dumped on top of it all.

I still have the feeling that Derek Chauvin was probably guilty of something, though proving murder (which generally implies intent and premeditation) seemed like an awfully long leap. Then again, Minnesota writes many of its laws in such an odd fashion that it’s hard to be sure. But we probably don’t need to be going through this entire trial again from scratch. Sadly, with these most recent developments, I would say the odds of that happening have just increased. 

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How deliciously ironic if the verdict is overturned mainly because of the screeching antics of a radical anti-American *** congresswoman and an attention-seeking, lying, biased *** juror!!!

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Buffalo » 04 May 2021, 8:02 am » wrote: Uh oh. Chauvin juror seen in picture wearing BLM hat and George Floyd shirt
JAZZ SHAW May 03, 2021 4:41 PM ET
  
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As we worked our way through the trial of Derek Chauvin in the killing of George Floyd, the voir dire process nearly drew as much attention as the trial itself. Given the wall-to-wall coverage the entire saga generated in news reports across the nation, finding more than a dozen people who were sincerely unbiased and (hopefully) not all that familiar with the story was always going to be a challenge. There were also concerns from BLM supporters that there would be (presumably racist) white jurors who would hold out for a deadlocked jury. In the end, however, they seated the required number of people.

But were all of the jurors honest about their positions while being questioned by the prosecution and the defense? That’s the question that’s being raised this week. One of the jurors who has since gone public, Brandon Mitchell (formerly known as Juror #52), has shown up on social media sporting some apparel and offering quotes indicating that he was not only far more familiar with the case than he had let on, but most definitely had a position as to what had happened. Given the answers that Mitchell provided during questioning, this could call the entire validity of the trial into question. (Daily Wire)

Here’s the photo in question, tweeted out by Jack Posobiec. 
As the Daily Wire notes, that garb flies in the face of what Mitchell told the judge on March 15 when he was asked if he was aware of the Chauvin case and George Floyd. He responded by saying that he’d heard “some basic info about trial dates, etc from the news”, but not the sort of information “that would keep him from serving as an impartial juror.” 
It turns out that Mitchell had more than a shirt and a hat. He also ran a podcast covering George Floyd and other racial justice issues. He’s also gone on to give an interview to the Wall Street Journal in which he described how he decided to go public to help “push for change” and told of his many negative experiences dealing with law enforcement when he was younger.

If Mr. Mitchell was truly unfamiliar with the George Floyd case before joining the jury, he’s certainly made up for lost time in a hurry. But that seems patently preposterous. So where does that leave us now? The judge in the case has already raised the prospect of this verdict being torn apart during appeals by the antics of Congresswoman Maxine Waters prior to the opening arguments being made. And now we have this mess dumped on top of it all.

I still have the feeling that Derek Chauvin was probably guilty of something, though proving murder (which generally implies intent and premeditation) seemed like an awfully long leap. Then again, Minnesota writes many of its laws in such an odd fashion that it’s hard to be sure. But we probably don’t need to be going through this entire trial again from scratch. Sadly, with these most recent developments, I would say the odds of that happening have just increased.


This is a clean, clear-cut case for appeal.    
Derek Chauvin deserves a new trial.

Goddamn racist, BLM, black-power ******* are just ruining this country.

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Buffalo » 04 May 2021, 8:02 am » wrote: Uh oh. Chauvin juror seen in picture wearing BLM hat and George Floyd shirt
uh-oh if that picture is taken after, I repeat, taken after the Chauvin verdict then that means juror 52 has every right to wear that shirt as it does not impact a trial that already happened. If he had that shirt on, before the trial, then yes I can see a bias element for a successful appeal
But if he wore the shirt after the verdict, he could very well be celebrating how the other 11 jurors helped him see clearly when he wanted to claim Chauvin is not guilty.  And make sure @Taipan  comprehends it too, to clear up his blurry vision.

 
 

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Abatjour » 04 May 2021, 10:13 am » wrote: uh-oh if that picture is taken after, I repeat, taken after the Chauvin verdict then that means juror 52 has every right to wear that shirt as it does not impact a trial that already happened. If he had that shirt on, before the trial, then yes I can see a bias element for a successful appeal
But if he wore the shirt after the verdict, he could very well be celebrating how the other 11 jurors helped him see clearly when he wanted to claim Chauvin is not guilty.  And make sure @Taipan  comprehends it too, to clear up his blurry vision.
Hey, dickbreath, look at the date of the fb posting...August 31, 2020 at 12.28 PM:

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The **** *** was clearly prejudiced from the get go!!!  LYING to get on a jury is a crime!!!   You take an oath to answer questions truthfully during voir dire. Justice as we have known it, is no more. This country has abandoned it when judicial activism became so common place. The reverence for the law is all but forgotten or this could never have happened because the legal scholars in academia would be up in arms. They decided that power for them came from using their positions for political purposes and that is exactly what they have done. We see it from the Municipal Court to the SCOTUS. God help anyone who is a conservative and goes afoul of the law. This is braindead's marxist POLICE STATE!!! We have seen very recently that our law enforcement agencies can make that happen very easily if you hold conservative views. The criminal charges like the verdict can be created with little or no regard for the law or Constitution. Lynching an innocent cop while allowing lawless animal blm *** and antifa *** to riot, loot and burn everywhere with NO consequences from marxist dim-0-craps and their deep state apparatchiks is a sure sign that the country is breaking down or may have already been irretrievably broken.

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Taipan » 04 May 2021, 8:27 am » wrote: This is a clean, clear-cut case for appeal.    
Derek Chauvin deserves a new trial.

Goddamn racist, BLM, black-power ******* are just ruining this country.
  It's fake news idiot.

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hey look here pal, go light on your mother here in these threads. I will hurt you, about that lady  :D  
, look at the date of the fb posting...August 31, 2020 at 12.28 PM: 
Oh, okay. I looked at the picture incorrectly. I thought it was a pic of George Floyd on his shirt lol so I thought the date was a typo by your *******. But now, I see that you typed the correct date but then you did something MUCH DUMBER by assuming that he cannot wear a MLKJr. shirt showing that he disapproves of brutalizing Black citizens.
A Chauvin appeal element is n/a here. I mean unless you are too, dumbfuk'd, to realize that every person sitting on the jury and in the courtroom [except Chauvin of course] agrees with what is on that t-shirt 31aug2020.
 

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Squatchman » 04 May 2021, 10:42 am » wrote:   It's fake news idiot.

STFU ******

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Abatjour » 04 May 2021, 10:46 am » wrote: hey look here pal, go light on your mother here in these threads. I will hurt you, about that lady  Image  

Oh, okay. I looked at the picture incorrectly. I thought it was a pic of George Floyd on his shirt lol so I thought the date was a typo by your *******. But now, I see that you typed the correct date but then you did something MUCH DUMBER by assuming that he cannot wear a MLKJr. shirt showing that he disapproves of brutalizing Black citizens.
A Chauvin appeal element is n/a here. I mean unless you are too, dumbfuk'd, to realize that every person sitting on the jury and in the courtroom [except Chauvin of course] agrees with what is on that t-shirt 31aug2020.
He was clearly prejudiced!!! He even had a podcast to prove he was prejudiced.  
Prove it was fake news or do as duck say and SHUT THE **** UP, *** LOVER!!!

 

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More Proof The Chauvin Case Was A Farce


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May 4, 2021


As jurors begin the process of cashing in on fame and fortune, one of the twelve tasked with interpreting three weeks of intricate, conflicting evidence – a process that would determine a man’s freedom or incarceration – claimed that the verdicts could have come back in about twenty minutes. The only holdup was helping a single jurist (who is praying their identity isn’t revealed) decipher one aspect of jury instructions. That’s twenty minutes minus however long that sidebar lasted, which equates to the total time being spent in deliberation – on three separate counts. This is not only a true miscarriage of justice, it is the height of moral and intellectual stupidity.



Setting aside whether or not the correct verdict was reached – which on its own merits is hard to do – how does this latest revelation sit well with anyone that values due process, objectivity, and standing legal procedures? Such apathy for truth is as disheartening as it is alarming. Who among us welcomes the day when we have a questionable charge brought before us and the jury is indifferent to our fate? Yesterday it was a Canadian court arresting a father for misgendering his daughter and today it was Derek Chauvin facing two insane murder charges. It is frightening to think what a court might find us guilty of tomorrow.

Prior to the juror’s revelations, it was still hard to imagine that Derek Chauvin was going to receive an impartial and open-minded jury by holding the trial in the backyard of the George Floyd riots. The same people that voted for a 13-0 leftist majority on the Minneapolis city council, sent Ilhan Omar to Congress, and ushered in Keith Ellison as Attorney General of the whole state weren’t going to be waving Blue Lives Matter flags anytime soon. The same people who ultimately voted to convict Chauvin on all three charges had already witnessed their city burn for months and were repeatedly reminded it would burn again. But no, this juror says none of these considerations impacted their impartiality. Right.



Last summer, the jury pool was also irrevocably influenced by heavy messaging from their local and state politicians. Prominent pols like Minneapolis boy mayor Jacob Frey and inept governor Tim Walz messaged the masses that justice would not be served unless Chauvin were convicted. Regular speaking appearances by these fools about how systemic racism pervades our society practically precluded a guilty verdict. White supremacy is real, Derek Chauvin is white, ergo he is guilty. The lack of presumption of innocence did not seem to bother anyone. Related to all of this and not getting nearly enough attention is the fact that Keith Ellison admitted – after the fact, of course – that there was no evidence of racism. The country endured the most widespread domestic terorrism in its history, Americans were told of white supremacist institutions, racist policing patterns, and at the end of the drama Ellison matter-of-factly noted that race did not play a role in the Chauvin/Floyd saga. What were we doing that whole time?



In the midst of jury selection itself, the city paid out $27 million to the George Floyd family in the biggest ghetto lottery settlement of all time. The timing was inappropriate and also too convenient. Many major news outlets likely didn’t know that the Attorney General of Minnesota, Keith Ellsion, has a son that sits on the Minneapolis City Council. You’d have to be another kind of stupid to think father and son weren’t talking about the trial in some capacity.



And if all of this was bad enough, jurors would show up every morning and leave every evening to a scene straight out of Venezuela, with the cement blocks, fencing, and National Guard presence in front of the courthouse. They all knew those pieces were in place for one obvious reason. Sure, the barricades were a necessary evil, but it didn’t exactly send an impartial message. Guilty and be safe, or not guilty and fend for your life – for the rest of your life. Side note: It’s absurd to think that Minneapolis cheers on Black Lives Matter while openly acknowledging they are a force of destructive evil. Either they should support them and have to publicly condone the death and violence; or, they should stand up to them and condemn it.



There is then the role of Judge Cahill. He rejected requests to both move the location of the trial and to sequester the jury from start to finish. A relocation would have at least minimized the military lockdown of Minneapolis and found a jury pool not completely tainted by politics. Hennepin County residents cannot help but think, eat, feel, breathe, and see the impact of Floyd’s death. Moving further from the city, each of these considerations would have been, if not eliminated, at least reduced. As for the lack of foresight to sequester the jury, Cahill had to trust that jurists weren’t talking about, reading about, or otherwise being influenced about the trial. In the age of smartphones and general human arrogance, this seems all but impossible.



Jury sequestration really would have helped after Brooklyn Center happened. First, the woman-robbing-at-gunpoint Daunte Wright was shot and killed (by accident) after resisting arrest for an outstanding warrant. With national media already in town, a nearby officer-involved shooting of another young, black man fit the narrative juicily, and it was served hot. This ginned up the base to wreak havoc and portend greater riots to come (as if the jury needed a reminder). To make matters worse, Maxine Waters decided she needed to fly to someone else’s legislative district and attest that a 1st-degree, premeditated murder charge was necessary for justice, lest the city witness unprecenteded immolation. The following morning, a drive-by shooting aimed at National Guardsmen stationed in Minneapolis also took place. And Judge Cahill just trusted everyone to be ignorant of international news stories? Even the juror casually admitted he was “vaguely aware” of the chaos in Brooklyn Center. You think?



Through it all, and despite the defense providing an evidentiary rebuttal to the claim Chauvin snuffed out Floyd via asphyxiation, it was all for naught. In the same time it will have taken me to write this article, the jury had already made up their mind as to Chauvin’s fate. They never considered the irrefutable autopsy results that showed no ligament damage around vital parts of Floyd’s neck. They never considered competing video evidence showing that Chauvin’s knee wasn’t even always on the neck, which led the prosecution to change the language from just neck to neck area afterwards. They never considered the testimony from EMT that had access to the carotid artery, which demonstrated blood flow to the brain. Nor did they consider multiple officers confirming that not only was Chauvin’s restraint part of police training, it wasn’t even the most restrictive option he had. Likewise, the jury never considered that Floyd claimed he could not breathe for some time prior to going prone, based entirely on a veritable drug ****. And, they never considered the totality of circumstances in which Chauvin found himself, such as the lengthy (but empathetic) attempt to subdue Floyd or the effect the hostile crowd had in rendering aid – even the EMTs got the hell out of there before administering life-saving support. Apparently, none of this compelled the jury to deliberate beyond the need to explain a procedural part of jury duty.



Reasonable minds could arrive at different outcomes. However, reasonable minds would have to at least entertain the possibility of other factors. Derek Chauvin was never going to get a fair trial based on all the circumstances leading up to it, and now the jury is admitting it didn’t even want to consider evidence. Prosecutors repeatedly said that “we all saw the photo” of George Floyd being killed, as if that was a self-evident statement of murder.



Will Chauvin get a fair chance at appeal? Don’t hold your breath.


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Squatchman » 04 May 2021, 10:42 am » wrote:   It's fake news idiot.

You were rooting against Chauvin, weren't you ?

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Abatjour » 04 May 2021, 10:13 am » wrote: uh-oh if that picture is taken after, I repeat, taken after the Chauvin verdict then that means juror 52 has every right to wear that shirt as it does not impact a trial that already happened. If he had that shirt on, before the trial, then yes I can see a bias element for a successful appeal
But if he wore the shirt after the verdict, he could very well be celebrating how the other 11 jurors helped him see clearly when he wanted to claim Chauvin is not guilty.  And make sure @Taipan  comprehends it too, to clear up his blurry vision.

hey ****, it was taken last year

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duck615 » 04 May 2021, 11:05 am » wrote: hey ****, it was taken last year

hey *******, it does not matter when it was taken ---unless that is a pic of George Floyd on his shirt, then yes, that means an automatic win on appeal for Chauvin.

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Derek Chauvin juror LIED about protest: Cop's hope of appeal boosted after picture emerges of juror at BLM rally wearing 'Get Your Knee Off Our Necks' T-shirt despite telling court he'd never been on a march

Brandon Mitchell was one of 12 jurors who convicted Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin of the second-degree murder of George Floyd last month

Mitchell, a 31-year-old black man, was photographed on social media attending an August 28 protest in Washington, DC at which Floyd's relatives spoke

Mitchell is seen in the photograph wearing a t-shirt with a picture of Martin Luther King Jr and the words 'GET YOUR KNEE OFF OUR NECKS' and 'BLM'

He is also wearing a baseball cap embossed with 'Black Lives Matter'

Mitchell acknowledged being at the event and that his uncle posted the photo, but claims he doesn't recall wearing or owning the shirt or cap

Mitchell said he answered 'no' to two questions about demonstrations on the questionnaire sent out before jury selection

Legal experts say the revelation will likely be brought up on appeal by Chauvin's attorney, Eric Nelson, who will argue his client was denied impartial jury

CHAUVIN DID NOT GET A FAIR TRIAL AND JUDGED BY AN IMPARTIAL JURY!!!

I DO NOT GIVE A **** WHAT YOU *** ***-KISSING AND APPEASING MOONBATS CLAIM.

His judicial lynching did not even appease the rioting, looting and burning by lawless animal blm *** and antifa ***!!!

IDIOTS!!!

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Abatjour » 04 May 2021, 11:16 am » wrote: hey *******, it does not matter when it was taken ---unless that is a pic of George Floyd on his shirt, then yes, that means an automatic win on appeal for Chauvin.

it is grounds for an automatic appeal

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Taipan » 04 May 2021, 8:27 am » wrote: This is a clean, clear-cut case for appeal.    
Derek Chauvin deserves a new trial.

Goddamn racist, BLM, black-power ******* are just ruining this country.
******* like chauvin ruin this country.
 

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simplejack » 04 May 2021, 11:57 am » wrote: ******* like chauvin ruin this country.

BLM/ANT scum ruin this country.
And you back them, don't you ??

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Taipan » 04 May 2021, 12:33 pm » wrote: BLM/ANT scum ruin this country.
And you back them, don't you ??
No. I don't back any looters or thieves. 
Or murderers.

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Buffalo » 04 May 2021, 8:02 am » wrote: Uh oh. Chauvin juror seen in picture wearing BLM hat and George Floyd shirt
JAZZ SHAW May 03, 2021 4:41 PM ET
  
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As we worked our way through the trial of Derek Chauvin in the killing of George Floyd, the voir dire process nearly drew as much attention as the trial itself. Given the wall-to-wall coverage the entire saga generated in news reports across the nation, finding more than a dozen people who were sincerely unbiased and (hopefully) not all that familiar with the story was always going to be a challenge. There were also concerns from BLM supporters that there would be (presumably racist) white jurors who would hold out for a deadlocked jury. In the end, however, they seated the required number of people.

But were all of the jurors honest about their positions while being questioned by the prosecution and the defense? That’s the question that’s being raised this week. One of the jurors who has since gone public, Brandon Mitchell (formerly known as Juror #52), has shown up on social media sporting some apparel and offering quotes indicating that he was not only far more familiar with the case than he had let on, but most definitely had a position as to what had happened. Given the answers that Mitchell provided during questioning, this could call the entire validity of the trial into question. (Daily Wire)

Here’s the photo in question, tweeted out by Jack Posobiec. 
As the Daily Wire notes, that garb flies in the face of what Mitchell told the judge on March 15 when he was asked if he was aware of the Chauvin case and George Floyd. He responded by saying that he’d heard “some basic info about trial dates, etc from the news”, but not the sort of information “that would keep him from serving as an impartial juror.” 
It turns out that Mitchell had more than a shirt and a hat. He also ran a podcast covering George Floyd and other racial justice issues. He’s also gone on to give an interview to the Wall Street Journal in which he described how he decided to go public to help “push for change” and told of his many negative experiences dealing with law enforcement when he was younger.

If Mr. Mitchell was truly unfamiliar with the George Floyd case before joining the jury, he’s certainly made up for lost time in a hurry. But that seems patently preposterous. So where does that leave us now? The judge in the case has already raised the prospect of this verdict being torn apart during appeals by the antics of Congresswoman Maxine Waters prior to the opening arguments being made. And now we have this mess dumped on top of it all.

I still have the feeling that Derek Chauvin was probably guilty of something, though proving murder (which generally implies intent and premeditation) seemed like an awfully long leap. Then again, Minnesota writes many of its laws in such an odd fashion that it’s hard to be sure. But we probably don’t need to be going through this entire trial again from scratch. Sadly, with these most recent developments, I would say the odds of that happening have just increased.

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simplejack » 04 May 2021, 11:57 am » wrote: ******* like chauvin ruin this country.
I don’t disagree but even ******* have constitutional protections. It’s looking like that juror lied under oath. Might not end well for him. 

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