A Verdict | Into America Podcast – Ep. 111 | MSNBC 1

A Verdict | Into America Podcast – Ep. 111 | MSNBC

 

This week on Into America, Trymaine Lee catches up with Shaquille Brewster, correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC, who has been in Minneapolis covering the trial and conviction of Derek Chauvin. They discuss the reforms activists in Minneapolis hope to see next, and what it’s been like covering this case as Black journalists. Trymaine also sits down with Tiffany Crutcher, whose brother Terence Crutcher was shot and killed by police in 2016. They talk about how the families of people who have been killed by police are working together to push for greater police accountability and a system that brings us closer to justice.

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A Verdict | Into America Podcast – Ep. 111 | MSNBC

7 comments

    1. It’s kind of off topic and I have never heard of the except for the GOP wanting to investigate BLM for storming the capital on Jan 6. Even if that did happen, Fox would be having a field day and brag about it by saying I told you so.

  1. Justice is an emergent social system, not particular to humans and distinct from varying cultures, built upon voluntary agreement, common language and understandings (models of the world), and exchange of promises between free individuals pertaining to their birth possessions (e.g. their life, body, limb, labor, likeness, utterances) and acquired possessions. Those exchanges of promise transform mere possessions into property and create and define rights, duties, debts, and wrongs. The principle mutual promise is to not interfere with the owner’s control of their property or to alter their property in any way without the owner’s knowledge and permission. Hence, the universal prohibition in every culture and time against murder, battery, thefts, vandalism, etc. Yet, boxing and surgery are permissible because they are voluntary and permitted by the owner. A common secondary promise is to the mutual aid and defense of property. A common tertiary promise is to not engage in bad faith promises i.e. frauds and tricks. Upon these foundations, all societies, and trust among its members, are built. While some cultures continue to recognize a man’s seed as his natural property and thus the legitimacy of patriarchal systems, others have collectively abandoned the idea in favor of gender equality and greater individual autonomy.

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