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    Wright's death is causing more riots and more looting in Minneapolis

    If you haven't seen the news, another man was killed at the hands of a police officer. She was said to have thought she had her taser gun out but it was her actual gun and she shot the man dead. She will face time and be held fully accountable for this as his blood is in her hands for her mistake.

    This sparked more riots and looting in several of the same areas and I expect it to only get worse from here. Between this and the Floyd trials not even being done yet, it is not going to be good for these cities or this country. I pray the people who are not involved but are stuck living in these areas stay safe and if their place of work has been destroyed, the companies pay them unemployment because they had no say in what is happening.

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    I mean, come on...

    Wright's death is causing more riots and more looting in Minneapolis-handgun-taser-mobile_resize_97-jpg

    HOW IS THIS A THING?!

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    I really feel sorry for the people in the States, especially the affected cities as life is about to get overwhelmingly stressful for them for all the wrong reasons.

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    The tasers the cops use look and feel similar apparently.

    As for the man who was killed, he was wanted for armed robbery of a woman. I could understand approach him as she did but she clearly had no intention of killing him but obviously, that doesn't matter and it is viewed as an act of racism because she was a white cop. I am guessing these riots will continue which are fueled by people using the man's death as an excuse to act like animals.

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    Guess I'm going to hell for chuckling at the "TASER TASER TASER!"



    Shouting it like it's a fighting game combo.

    You can see the yellow taser on her. Regardless of how much of a shithead the dead man might be, this case really is open-shut. While there's a lot to support Chauvin on, she shot him point-blank on bodycam and really didn't help matters by confessing immediately afterwards.

    Pussy pass could lighten the sentence but she's definitely going to prison.

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    Why is there no sound of the gun being shot off in that video? And no recoil from the gun for that matter? The way she was holding it, she was holding it like a taser, not a gun so her arm should have popped up. Am I missing something?

    Oh yeah and I see the yellow taser... How the heck did the other cops not notice her pointing her gun at him? I get being in the moment and everything but this doesn't add up or make any sense. She is a veteran police officer too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KorinKitty View Post
    Why is there no sound of the gun being shot off in that video?
    I believe this is a common function of many cameras. Unless they're very high-end they often don't pick up sound after a decibel point (gunshots are louder than jet engines) to avoid blowing the mic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis View Post
    I believe this is a common function of many cameras. Unless they're very high-end they often don't pick up sound after a decibel point (gunshots are louder than jet engines) to avoid blowing the mic.
    Oh okay, that makes sense. So strange you never notice these things because film and whatnot use better cameras.

    There was another police shooting that resulted in a 13 year old boy's dealth. I didn't look into the details. I only know that he was part of a gang, had a gun, and was running from the police so he got shot. People are making excuses that he was just a kid... And I am sorry, if you have a gun at that age and are into gang violence, you stop being "just a kid". This is just a mess. Things are going to just keep getting worse in the US.

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    Looks like the verdict may come today..? I think Derek Chauvin will get the murder sentence. The jury probably feels intimidated into doing this. Since the degenerates doxxed a witness defending Chauvin (and vandalised with blood and threw a pig head at the wrong house, dumbasses), I could imagine the jury worrying about their names somehow getting out. I cannot imagine them accepting a hung jury because of this, but perhaps I'm thinking into it a bit much.

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    The trial was not fairly addressed out of fear and I think Derek knew this would be the case. Several people have been vocal that if he doesn't get charged with murder, they would get more violent. I can't believe they could get away with that. What happens in the trial should always be fair and now that they see threats from the outside could sway things, it will never be fair again. He is expected to get 12 years in prison either way but may face up to 40 years. I guess this depends on how many people decide to riot, burn buildings, and rob stores again. ffs this is just embarrassing for this country. I feel bad for the people stuck living in these cities. The ones destroying them either don't live there or are mindless teens who don't care about anyone.

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