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Just wait until they announce a plea deal is going to be reached and no decision to be announced
 

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Large group gathering at downtown LA Central Park LASD handles inner perimeter LAPD central bureau will handle outer perimeter definitely a good time to start heading home if you’re in the downtown area

Grand Park
 
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You got a remember this I didn’t watch the entire trial at all I have better things to do

but when the chief of police says it’s out of policy and the force was unreasonable this officer is going to have a problem.
 

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Just texted a neighbor who is a state investigator. He said they're now on call pending the verdict.

I asked asked him if desk boys like him are even outfitted for this type of interaction 😂
 

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Guilty
Guilty
Guilty


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The pressure on the "system" and the jury and the DA is massive. Our "justice system" is broken.

I expect guilty across the board just because.

Today's forecast: rioting. More of the same likely all week.

Be careful out there!

I don't like to hear "I told you so" but...

I told you so
 

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I wonder what was written on his palm when he was walked out??
 

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Didn’t see guilty on all 3 counts
Probably because you don't see "systemic racism."

This is yet another attempt to appease those who buy into "systemic racism" sold by the Marxists running our government as they use racism to destroy America (in their class war disguised as a "race war") to enrich themselves and the big corporations enabling them.
 

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Going to call me black friend. See what he thinks


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Probably because you don't see "systemic racism."

This is yet another attempt to appease those who buy into "systemic racism" sold by the Marxists running our government as they use racism to destroy America (in their class war disguised as a "race war") to enrich themselves and the big corporations enabling them.
Yeah . . . you nailed it.
I watched all the closing statements / body-cam footage etc.
The 'most' I could've came up with was manslaughter . . . and even that would of been hard for me to choose.
If that joker wouldn't have fucked-up his health/ body with drugs, he'd still be alive. . . . knee to the neck or not.
And if he wouldn't have been a fuck-up, there wouldn't have been a knee to the neck.
 

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The judge publicly stated if guilty there are grounds for appeal based on Maxine Waters statements. pretty bold thing by the judge
 

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This case and the verdict today have me wondering what it might be like to be part of that jury. I was a juror on a case involving the Chief of Police for the HBPD. I was one of two jurors who felt the plaintiff did not have a case, and the pressure and scrutiny we felt in the deliberation room was intense to say the least. Mind you this was 15+ years ago, I could only imagine what it would be like today. That leads me to my statement and question.

I feel as though I would be able to look at the law and the evidence and make a judgement based solely on the facts with no emotion. However I do not feel that is the case with the majority today. I am not sure if that is because our society has transitioned to something I never thought it would be, lazy, entitled brats, or???

Has anyone been on a case in the jury box and felt the heat in the deliberation room? I am more curious than anything at this point... but it is easy to call these people cowards etc. if you haven't been there. But lets face facts, when I served the jury was full of college students and lazy f'ers that would rather collect government aide than work. How is that even close to a jury that should represent a pretty even swath of society.

Rant over....
 
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