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Chauvin Verdict Forces National Conversation On Police Reform | The 11th Hour | MSNBC

 

With two more police shootings grabbing national headlines and police reform activists still absorbing the impact of a guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin murder trial, the Biden White House is pushing Congress to pass police reform legislation. Brian Williams discusses with Peter Baker, Brittany Packnett Cunningham, and CK Hoffler. Aired on 04/22/2021.
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Chauvin Verdict Forces National Conversation On Police Reform | The 11th Hour | MSNBC

31 comments

    1. If you’re looking for even more fun, look at the r/conservative. It’s about 95% cringe ‘Conservatives’

  1. She was on the ground and toppling. Was it even necessary to unholster the gun, let alone shoot her point blank? Why are they this quick to take away a life? My Lord.

    1. As much as I agree police far too often use excessive force, in this case, they were fighting and Ma’Khia was actively rushing towards another girl with a knife. To me, it looked like she was going to stab her.

      It’s a sad situation where this was allowed to happen by everyone. It’s also horrible that the altercation happened and that a 15 year old felt she needing ed a knife to help in a fight with her parents.
      It also is a shooting of a kid after what should have been an open and shut case of murder became unsure due to idiotic ‘conservatives’ who apparently really like people to get killed while already in handcuffs and controlled. So tensions are high… plus the initial protesters were taking the families word for it – that the cop shot a kid who was unarmed.

    2. @John Rambo 4 shots point blank, yes it was a bad domestic violence situation.. is that normal for one cop to deal with and like others have said where was the taser?

  2. NBC News officials continue to say the internal review into Williams’
    reporting is ongoing and no decision has been made about whether he will
    return from his current suspension. However, some in the industry
    speculated Williams’ future is bleak.

    1. Could he have tasered her? Probably. But I think we should focus on clearly cases of abuse. You can see in the video she swung a knife at the first girl who fell down and then swing it at the girl in the pink before being shot. 2 lives were in danger, she actively tried to stab them and was in the process of stabbing at the time she was shot. I’m sorry, but the bare of outrage needs to be higher, cause republicans use outrage at incidents like this to discredit really bad police killings, the ones where it’s clear the cops intention was to execute them, like the cop in danville that shot the homeless black guy last month. No one talks about that case, but that guy was way more innocent than this girl.

  3. The MPD tried to sweep George Floyd under the rug. If not for the WORLDWIDE outrage, they wouldve been happy to keep Chauvin on the force, much less charge him with any crimes.

  4. Any police shooting needs to be on full display everyday,this has been covered up long enough,get ridd of the bad cops and retrain everyone else about human rights.

  5. The Chauvin verdict was not just justice for the Floyd family. Remember, the case was “The State of Minnesota v Derek Michael Chauvin.

  6. Shoot someone is the American police’s first resort. There were ZERO attempts to de-escalate that situation with the girl.

  7. I live by a saying: “Something good comes from something adverse.” “The adverse is there to smack you upside the head to wake you up.” The last Administration was the smack, hopefully the new Administration will be a positive move forward. To my fellow sisters and brothers wear you masks, wash your hands and get you Covid Vaccinces, be well.

  8. No it hasn’t! This is the same pattern as always. He’ll be set free on appeal. This is a pacifier for the masses. Short, short memories!

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