Floyd Family Lawyer On ‘Bombshell’ Testimony From 911 Dispatcher In Chauvin Trial | All In | MSNBC

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Attorney for George Floyd’s family Ben Crump reacts to the first day of Derek Chauvin’s murder trial, including the “bombshell” testimony from the 911 dispatcher. Aired on 03/29/2021.
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Floyd Family Lawyer On 'Bombshell' Testimony From 911 Dispatcher In Chauvin Trial | All In | MSNBC

22 Comments on "Floyd Family Lawyer On ‘Bombshell’ Testimony From 911 Dispatcher In Chauvin Trial | All In | MSNBC"

  1. Pray for justice. Rest in peace George Floyd.

  2. All the defense needs is one racist on the jury and Chauvin goes free.

  3. Milagros Plair | March 29, 2021 at 10:09 PM | Reply

    the 911 supervlser should be in fire for doing nothing and letting a man die

  4. Stefan Frankel | March 29, 2021 at 10:12 PM | Reply

    Lack of a conscience is the one necessary and sufficient trait of a psychopath.

  5. Graeme SYDNEY | March 29, 2021 at 10:13 PM | Reply

    If Chauvin was following police procedure he will walk free. (and I think he was.)

    • So now the CHOKEHOLD that was OUTLAWED with the HANDS and ELBOWS, can Now be CARRIED OUT by the KNEE ON THE NECK?

  6. Derrick Gomillion | March 29, 2021 at 10:13 PM | Reply

    I hate to say but Chavin gonna get off due to the fact they have a total of 14 jurors 8 Whites 4 Blacks and 2 Hispanic. Why not 6 Whites and 6 Blacks and 1 Asian and 1 Latino but no this is some BS as usual he will get off Scott free

    • Well, maybe. Maybe not. This white woman thinks he’s guilty so not all white people would let him off. Having said that, I’m a left leaning Australian so did not grow up with a lot of the prejudice that Americans do. I really hope you’re wrong.

    • Derrick Gomillion | March 29, 2021 at 10:38 PM | Reply

      @Monique M I hope I’m wrong to and we get a conviction so that the nation can heal 🙏

  7. 9 minutes! Try to kneel for 9 minutes! Both those cops were bent on killing a BLACK man. (I’m white)

  8. Eric the Great | March 29, 2021 at 10:19 PM | Reply

    The country that makes it a crime to hand out water, will not find him guilty.

  9. Regardless of what George Floyd’s family received in (out of court)settlement, this trial is not about what happened to an individual, it’s about stopping a murderer who was paid to wear a uniform and roams the streets unchallenged.
    Furthermore, murderous behaviour does not develop out of thin air! it evolves, how many measures Chovin committed that has not come to light? logically there must be others.

  10. Ann van de Kew | March 29, 2021 at 10:33 PM | Reply

    Republican racism is like COVID:
    just because they don’t admit it, doesn’t mean it’s not there.

  11. Hector Sierra | March 29, 2021 at 10:34 PM | Reply

    I think he’ll be found guilty. He wasn’t following training, Floyd was handcuffed already. There was no more force necessary. Keeping his knee on his neck after that is criminal. And as a result of that action wholly or partially Mr Floyd passed. He’s a trained officer and knows a knee to the neck prolonged will cause a person to pass out and potentially die. The world knows he’s guilty and I think the jury will do the right thing here. When the guilty verdict is reached, the country will begin to heal in unity. Majority of the jury are white people, our country will get this right.

  12. Even if Mr. Floyd was 100% healthy, he would have died of suffocation because somebody blocked his windpipe for over 9 minutes.

  13. Minute 1: Floyd is a threat.
    Minute 2: Floyd might be a threat.
    Minute 3: Floyd is probably not a threat.
    Minute 4: Floyd is not a threat.
    Minute 5: Chauvin is not a murderer.
    Minute 6: Chauvin is probably not a murderer.
    Minute 7: Chauvin might be a murderer.
    Minute 8: Chauvin is a murderer.

  14. What is the name for this maneuver, does anyone know? I’m pertty sure I saw a video of this being done to a man in a big box store. It did not end in a killing.

  15. KingGene Johnson | March 29, 2021 at 10:57 PM | Reply

    All that money they better do what they need to do with that money

  16. 27 million reasons why

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