Rosenberg Explains Strategy Behind Prosecution Questioning Floyd Girlfriend On Drug Use 1

Rosenberg Explains Strategy Behind Prosecution Questioning Floyd Girlfriend On Drug Use

 

Chuck Rosenberg, MSNBC contributor and former U.S. attorney, says it’s much better for the prosecution to “draw the sting” on a negative topic before the defense has its turn. Aired on 04/01/2021.
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Rosenberg Explains Strategy Behind Prosecution Questioning Floyd Girlfriend On Drug Use

64 comments

    1. Meth and Cocaine is no better than Crack, Prescription Pills, or Marijuana. They are ALL DRUGS. The nerve of Classism between addicts!

  1. The politician’s have given the police to much power! We have witnessed modern lynching of a poor black man, Now we need justice! R.I.P. Floyd.

  2. Are they kidding with all the people addicted to opiates. It most be only a thing white people can struggle with

    1. @Stair force one Big guy The Republican-led Texas state Senate passed a bill early on Thursday that would ban mail-in ballot drop boxes and most drive-thru voting—in the wake of controversy about the voting practices being used during the Nov. 3 election

    2. @Renee Baptiste Thousands of white kids have died from opioid overdoses in Northern Kentucky, Southern Ohio and South eastern Indiana. Facts are not racist.

    3. @Renee Baptiste I recently watched a documentary where they were in a black community and it was plagued with heroin use.

    4. Drug didn’t killed him and covid didn’t killed him coz you can see footage of jorge Floyd he was laughing and he was well, he died coz he was murderer

    1. The Republican-led Texas state Senate passed a bill early on Thursday that would ban mail-in ballot drop boxes and most drive-thru voting—in the wake of controversy about the voting practices being used during the Nov. 3 election

    1. According to the media, politicians & the legal system, someone white & middle class who abuses pain-killers, is “suffering from addiction”. A white man who murders 8 women is “deeply religious” & having “a really bad day”. According to right wing media- street gangs & anti- government extremists were “patriots” trying to “stop a stolen election” & people peacefully protesting to have criminal cops like Chauvin held accountable, deserve to be tear gassed for being out after curfew.

    2. Reminds me of when Rush Limbaugh was demonizing drug users, screaming they should all go to prison, but then got caught with illegal drugs himself, and sang a very different tune.

    3. Meth and Cocaine is no better than Crack, Prescription Pills, or Marijuana. They are ALL DRUGS. The nerve of Classism between addicts!

  3. The word crowd keeps being thrown anound. 15,25 people is not a crowd. A crowd is what attacked our capitol. Lets call a pig a pig ok.

    1. I’m sure, if 15 to 25 people were surrounding you, and yelling at you, you’d feel it was a crowd. Of course it’s a crowd, and to claim otherwise is to ignore reality. But, if you don’t like the word crowd, for some idiotic reason, will the word mob suffice?

  4. Meanwhile, on fox news….they’re covering the “outrage” over a school wanting to change it’s name to Barack Obama High School.

    1. Pittsburgh has had an Obama Academy of International Studies (grades 6-12) since 2009. I’m offended that Fox never noticed.

    2. @Move on Over Yeah, just checking to see if they were covering the Chauvin trial. Nope. They’re focused on the “real important stuff” over there!

  5. Qualified Immunity is a Jim Crow era tool of racism used to let cops arrest church staff on the Freedom Riders.

  6. It appears that the prosecution is actually prosecuting this case. It is rare for a conviction of a criminal cop because prosecutors rarely engage in real prosecutions of their cop buddies.

    1. @DAVID then you are an admitted liar by your words ;)…YOU said everything about this channel and YOU bud are a part of it. Nice putting you exactly in the dunce seat where you belong.

  7. Andrea Mitchell never went to middle school. Back when she was a young teen, it was called junior high.

    1. Andrea Mitchell graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, an Ivy League College. She has written numerous books and won prestigious award in journalism. She is married to Alan Greenspan, one time Chair of the Federal Reserve.

    2. @Jack Galmitz yes but you failed to address the comment you replied to didnt you, So why reply?

    3. That depends on where you went. I can show you pics of our towns MIDDLE school from the early 1900’s when it was built AS a middle school ;). However, you could be correct that where she went it was called junior high. I know of some areas when 9th grade is still in middle school/junior high and others ( such as here) where it is in the normal High school. There is no standard form for schools, but I wonder why you KNOW Andrea went to junior high not middle school?

    4. @Jack Galmitz Your opinion matter why? You are at best a loser who only joined a year ago, or at worst a foreign trollie failing at their job. Either way…pfft to you go back to searching for dank memes

  8. Stop nitpicking about witnesses and strategies.
    Videos show a cop kneeling on the neck of a man for no reason until he died.
    That’s murder. Nothing more to it.

  9. Who cares how many drugs he used..? Since when is drug addiction a justification for being murdered by the cops..?

    1. The question is whether the drugs he had taken that day were alone enough to have caused his death along with his unchecked high blood pressure and the exertion of the arrest. That’s the reason. There is a trial going on you know. You’ve already convicted so what’s the point of particulars of facts of expert witnesses??

    2. @Jack Galmitz When you can find a coroner’s report that backs up your suspicion, then you’ll have a point. But see, it is actually YOU have have already decided to acquit.

    1. @Jay Gibson naw bro. Chauvin killed George Floyd. All of you doubters only need to ask the state coroner’s what their conclusion was. Cause of death was homicide

  10. There is no crime in the US that is punishable in the street, with cops as judge jury and executioner, before they’ve even been finger printed.
    Also, an opiate death doesn’t look like that. Especially when that person is a long term user.

  11. Meth and Cocaine is no better than Crack, Prescription Pills, or Marijuana. They are ALL DRUGS. The nerve of Classism between addicts!oops, also Alcohol & Tobacco since.

  12. Why the media brings black community to talk about it where is the law loving other communities. Also, HR voting rights is not for black community it is for the survival of Democracy. Why are you guys making this as a black community issue instead of it affects all. Please change the focus.

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