Derek Chauvin's Sentencing Date Set For June 16 | Katy Tur | MSNBC 1

Derek Chauvin’s Sentencing Date Set For June 16 | Katy Tur | MSNBC


Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin's sentencing date has been set for June 16 after being convicted for the murder of George Floyd. Aired on 04/23/2021.
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Derek Chauvin's Sentencing Date Set For June 16 | Katy Tur | MSNBC


    1. @Colt Dude are you sure he is crying dont beleive that has been confirmed that ” he is crying on suicide watch”. A lot of times they are put on suicide watch just for precaution reasons.

    2. @Colt Dude there you go with the term ” trump supporter “, this has nothing to do with Trump support or biden support, it’s legal law. You may want to learn the difference between the 2.

    3. @Linda Timmons trump can’t fit in a card what’s everyone to boycott coke yet fat baster can’t quit diet coke

    4. @Linda Timmons that zulu person has literal trump derangement. Literally started calling ppl Trump supporters the moment they didnt agree with you. God they need to send these people the media turned into hate filled extremists to some deprogramming classes. Their minds are buckled with hate filled lies and it has already begun to tear our country apart. Its sick, plain sick

  1. Notice how Chauvin put his hands behind his back and let them put the cuffs on without resisting, fighting, or trying to run.

    1. Notice how they aren’t going to throw him in general population like the rest of the white supremacist murderers of America.

    2. Your point? Where was he going to go? Pos had no one or nothing to run too. He is where he belongs.

    1. @Heather Melissa realized what you just said if you have been watching the trial you know this will go to an appeal… the judge just gave Nelson and chauvin a green light to appeal

    2. You think the cops who testified against Chauvin and the prosecution medical experts are going to change their sworn testimony? How much moon shine have you consumed?

    3. @JIM EAGLE actually he won’t even be able to appeal his case due to the fact that he’s done the same thing in the past and the fact that this fact was actually kept from the jury so even if he tries to appeal it and the jury does go back and they bring this new information about him sticking a man’s face in a puddle with a knee on his neck it’s going to make them plead guilty again because this is not the first time he’s done this the second time

    4. @avery The wingcuck lives in a world of illusion that must constantly be reinforced. Any breach in the illusion must be reacted to with swift and overwhelming jackassery.

    1. @TheBlues32 What? There’s quite a few things that could get Chauvin another trial. None of those things will assure he walks. Thats not how appeals work. And the protests have zero to do with the appeals process. How do you think the protests have any bearing on his trial? Legally speaking.

    2. @Eric Miller The jurors feared for their safety as a result of the protests. Thus, they were more inclined to give a guilty verdict.

    3. @TheBlues32 Every judge in America would dismiss that motion. No lawyer would ever file that motion. Its laughable.

    4. @Eric Miller Laughable? How is it laughable? The names of the jurors could be found with ease. The Use of Force Expert had his old home splashed in pig’s blood. Oh and let’s not forget the months of riots that took place after Floyd was killed to begin with. The fact that it could have started all over again…and from how people were talking, it probably would have…would be enough to influence the jury. The jury should have been immediately sequestered after selection. It may not have prevented them from being influenced, but it would hamper any appeals. The court would have done its best to keep things fair.

  2. Only in our messed up system can a person be convicted of unintentionally and intentionally killing the same person.

    1. @Nicky Krystals All very true. I’m not saying at all that I think Chauvin is innocent, but that jury should have been sequestered and it’s not fair that he only had ONE lawyer. He should have had two or three. What was that woman behind him doing? She certainly wasn’t helping Eric Nelson in any way, shape, or form. I’m convinced she was on that laptop playing Dungeons and Dragons throughout the entire trial.

    2. @Justin Bradburn very unlikely. All b.s aside the guy killed someone subdued on national TV. His defense is he was doing as trained. Form what I’ve seen floyd was no saint and I don’t like him on a personal level but he was killed nonetheless while under control of law enforcement.

    3. @Mark eagleton when you have your knee on someone’s neck for 9 minutes, that is not innocent or an accident

  3. Amazing how quickly this made it to court. Cases like this usually take years to go to the first trial.

    1. @BeCreative AndKrazy When you say something dumb and instead of being an adult and owning up to it, you double down.

  4. Sentencing set for June 16; that means by June 15, all the businesses in Minneapolis will be boarded up like nawlin’s before Katrina.

    1. No they will just sentence him at 8 am so they have at least 5 hours to prepare before the typical crowd wakes up.

    2. @Kefeyman who are you talking about? I’m not the one burning and looting in the darkness. Go talk to those people.

  5. I always come to the idiocracy channel when I need a good laugh,y’all crack me up watering your plants with brawndo.

    1. @Pluntch Gunster Idiocracy’s premise supposes a world in which the general populace despises intelligence. In Judge’s world, contentment of the masses is predicated upon celebrity, consumerism, and the conspicuous consumption of everything including media.

    2. @Tim Tilsley Mike Judge said on Letterman he was inspired by the Tea Party. They decided to move on to Trump because of his celebrity. They wanted to be him, they wanted to live vicariously through him. Some built their entire lifestyle after him and their friends left them in they blamed the liberal media. I’ve never seen golden statues built for political candidates outside of third world countries. I’ve never seen a people so obsessed with someone’s persona in this Demi god fashion. Flash some Gs and these people will literally empty their retirement into this guy. Even though he said he’s rich and he could DEFINITELY pay it if he wanted too. I mean they will pay 80 for a bear that says trump quotes and then pretend they did it ironically. That’s totally like idiocracy.

    3. @Pluntch Gunster tea party movement, 2009. Idiocracy, 2006. Time travel movies that suit your delusions, what a world.

  6. The cops should take their time and wait for social workers , before responding to a violent situation, who cares who dies

    1. @Chuck , George shouldve given the cigarettes back , should George be able to do what George wants to do.

    1. If the drug dealer was black they don’t care. Had the dealer been white he’d be charged with a hate crime

    2. @Da913 Do you have any idea how hard it is to get pain medications even as someone with a chronic illness?!?!? Screw you.

    3. Politicians love drug dealers. They keep the population doped up and too brain dead to worry about tyranny

    4. He was scared to be convicted of Floyd’s death!!! Only in the USA this happens. Do u think any other country would’ve accepted that. I don’t think there’s that type of amendment like the 5th in any other country!!!

  7. One of the jurors said she was fearful of people coming to her house if they didn’t like the verdict.

    1. @Michael Mentality I agree he was guilty. But what is scary is that if there had been any other verdict, many places in our country would have burned. It’s never ok for the mob to rule, unless we want to be a banana republic

    2. @Da real Met0r This is a quote from juror Lisa Chrisitensen:

      I had mixed feelings. There was a question on the questionnaire about it and I put I did not know. The reason, at that time, was I did not know what the outcome was going to be, so I felt like either way you are going to disappoint one group or the other. I did not want to go through rioting and destruction again and I was concerned about people coming to my house if they were not happy with the verdict.

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