Police Officer Testifies Against Officer Who Killed George Floyd | The Beat With Ari Melber | MSNBC 1

Police Officer Testifies Against Officer Who Killed George Floyd | The Beat With Ari Melber | MSNBC


On the fourth day of the Chauvin trial, Chauvin's former supervisor took the stand and testified his restraint of George Floyd violated use-of-force policies. Chauvin is on trial charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of George Floyd. MSNBC's Ari Melber breaks down the proceedings, reports on the paramedics who arrived at the scene, and discusses the emotional testimony from George Floyd's girlfriend. (This interview is from MSNBC’s “The Beat with Ari Melber, a news show covering politics, law and culture airing nightly at 6pm ET on MSNBC. ). Aired on 04/01/2021.
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    1. @Nasty Woman 1979 Look out for Brian Jones, he’s the WORSE and goes through several comments on each video saying Chauvin is a hero and things like that just to get a rise.. He’s pathetic..

  1. Even after Chauvin killed George he still had his knee jammed into George’s neck . Even as the medics checked on George Chauvin still had his knee pressed into his neck .

    1. The knee was on his back as the evidence clearly shows. Don’t do drugs when you have heart disease.

    2. @Cantbe silenced Just like that racist traitor that was shot in the Capitol building. She died from a pinched muscle and not the bullet.

  2. The fact that Chauvin was still on his neck and had to be told to move off of him by the paramedic shows how depraved and evil he is..

    1. The other fact, that when asked by another officer if they should roll Mr. Floyd onto his side – in accordance with their training – said no, he’s going to stay just as he is – demonstrates an arrogance, and utter indifference that makes Mr. Chauvin look like a complete sociopath.

    2. He may have had a personal vendetta against him too, I remember there was some talk last summer about the two of them once working as bouncers or security for a bar, something like that, and getting into fights a lot. Though in the video they don’t seem to know each other like that, unless Floyd was so high he wasn’t aware that it was Chauvin.

    3. And the fact that Chauvin’s knee was not on his neck proves you’re wrong. Watch the video again.

    4. Not to mention. His digging deeper like he had power?
      Let’s stop saying it was a drug over dose either way. It was misshandled. And MURDER

  3. Watch the Video Time Stamps Put together, Floyd was Unresponsive / Dead at 6.46 into the Video Paramedics arrived 5 Minute later

  4. I honestly believe that the Police Dept would have protected Chauvin however their hands were tied and they didn’t see an out; therefore they decided Chauvin will have to be sacrificed so the entire dept doesn’t face further investigation and scrutiny. That’s how I see it

    1. Hard to argue with. I get that cops need to stick together, but where’s the point when they acknowledge obvious corruption, crime, or murder; much less actively report it when it happens? The first clip in this video shows Chauvin’s supervisor barely, weakly admit that he MIGHT have done something wrong. That’s not right as far as I’m concerned.

  5. These’s officers are going to get off scot-free, we need to accept that. What we also need to accept is the responsibility that it will be on the rest of us to make certain that their lives are destroyed by what they did. The legal system is designed to protect them, it won’t hold them responsible, so we will have to. They can never be allowed to have a normal life again, every person they interact with must be made aware of who and what they are. They must be pursued, relentlessly, if any amount of justice is to be had.

  6. He was dead when the paramedics arrived. Still the savage Chauvin kept his knee on the dead man’s neck.

  7. Maybe they just couldn’t lie about it anymore, they officer’s words are very meaningful.

    And just maybe he’s one of the good cop’s, that want to see justice done instead of them doing wrong.

  8. If this isn’t enough to convict him, I don’t know what is ..may Allah grant George Floyd the highest heaven!

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