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‘Tension’ Between Chauvin Trial Witness And Defense Attorney | MTP Daily | MSNBC

 

NBC News' Shaquille Brewster discusses what we saw from the second day of the Chauvin murder trial. Aired on 03/30/2021.
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68 comments

    1. @Rayarena The jury is in fear…he has lost all,his stress level is terrible high,the court cases ARE ALL unpredictable!He was stupid to put his knee on the mans neck,the state will,gasp for breath,to secure a murder charge.Not likely!

  1. Those poor witnesses having to helplessly watch Mr Floyd die. Had any of them intervened they might be dead too.

    1. @My Channel pretend he wasnt killed? Do you hear yourself? Who is gaslighting here? You are living in a country that the presumed are innocent until PROVEN
      guilty..I am sorry but, did this happen already?

    2. @J W Enough with your garbage manufactured outrage at the public wanting a cop who murdered a man to be held accountable. The guy who replied to me, seems like you and the many other comments I see all over these clips denying and lying. You’re taking about in the court of law. Are we in a court room right now, kid? That’s what I thought

    3. @My Channel then watch chauvin get acquitted of murder because of it.the non helping of blacks BLM will inevitably riot as a result.
      Why else would the city award a $27m settlement?

    4. @Doug Parker I’m not saying he’s going to be sentenced, or serve the amount he should cause police rarely get the convictions they deserve. Non helping of a civil rights movement? Is that you Jim Crow? More like the police attacking innocent people

  2. The bystanders did the right thing by telling the officers to stop what they were doing because it was killing the victim. They showed restraint by not accosting the officers to prevent the murder. If the murderers get away with their crime, what restraint will be shown in the future should this happen again?

  3. I “hope” the prosecution shows the link to how the MMA type choking ties into his police training or not!!!

    1. Yep I hope they show how the police training shows to subdue with the knee, then put the suspect into the recovery position (which this cop didn’t do)

  4. Chauvin needs to spend 11 years in jail for each minute he was on his neck. That would equal 99 years.

    1. @Co2112 lol those words don’t mean anything except that you don’t have anything to argue

  5. The cop is on trial but here they go trying to paint this witness as angry black man that made these 4 Cops feel threatened

    1. He’s only feeling like any other human being would feel seeing 3 killer cops slowly murdering Mr. Floyd before the ambulance arrived.

    2. I think he realized the defense lawyer was trying to make him appear as a angry black man because that’s how we are perceived.

    3. Apparently his medical condition put him at deaths door but he was also a threat to 4 armed police?? Pick one, you cop loving scrubs.

    4. @Iron Trails Yeah, was a threat to four armed police officers 1 keeping the bystanders at bay 1 holding his legs 1 kneeling on his back 1 with his knee grinding on his neck slowly taking his life before the ambulance arrived
      And they said that’s good police work

  6. Tragic that children witnessed a Murder under color of authority. They will grow up without trust.

  7. Defense: “The police were afraid that the mob would turn violent.”
    Witnesses: “The people there never threatened the police, they even called 911 for more police to arrive.”
    Defense: “Can we start over?”

    1. They never informed the police there that they called 911 but instead spent the remainder of the time getting extremely close to them while yelling at them.

  8. Actions speak louder than words, replace George Floyd with superimposed image of your loved one ,and ask yourself if he’s guilty…

    1. That’s EXACTLY what I wanted to ask tucker after he ranted that George died of an overdose, not from Chauvin’s knee

  9. “They were trying to restrain Mr. Floyd”…. nope, he was already restrained, that’s the point, he was restrained and then they killed him.

    1. @Don Johnson Just use big words and you will lose them. They won’t understand what you are saying.

    2. @HouseHoldAdventures
      You know who executed all the drug addicts?
      The king commie, Stalin himself, welcome to the club of fascist psychopaths..

  10. He stayed on his neck even after the ambulance arrived. Even after the first paramedic checked his pulse and determined they needed the gurney. He remained on his neck.

    1. @Michael Morningstar No point in even responding to some of these ignorant racists. I do sometimes though it is pointless. I have noticed that when you do if you use correct English and intelligent sentences they don’t really understand what you are saying however, so that usually shuts them up.

    2. @Supreme Aizen
      Except he wasn’t dead after injecting the drugs but was after a racist cop murdered him.
      And I bet you I can make your pulse stop with handcuffs on you and my foot on your neck
      And hey I don’t even need the additional cops on your back.

    3. If Floyd didn’t take the fentenyl and meth and not resist arrest he more than likely would still be alive but he chose to consume those drugs

    4. @Doug Parker
      And you feel that this cops actions, were within reason?
      As if Chauvin knew, hey, he is a dead man anyway so let’s just kneel on his airway?
      You are one hateful individual.I pity you.

  11. The crowd getting loud cuts both ways, defense trying to say fear entered into it. Watched that vid a couple of times … saw no fear on Chauvin’s face. What I saw was a cop playing ‘Who’s the boss’ with the crowd despite the concerns from them and one fellow officer. Made his point, HE was in charge and Floyd paid with his life.

    1. I don’t see how it cuts in favor of the defense at all. How could he be distracted when what they were saying to him was that he was killing them man?

    2. Agree, as well. “The crowd” was 7-10 people, and 2 of them were children. It was not a “mob,” and they were not threatening but pleading and desperate.

  12. Chavin had death on his mind that day. Nothing could stop him. The bigger issue however, is the kind of policing which exists in America.

  13. The defendant was so callous. About taking a human life. I’m sure he didn’t skip dinner or lose sleep. Over what he did to that defenseless man.

  14. Williams and the EMT witnesses are heroes, they all are to maintain composure while speaking with defense attorney.

  15. Police hate that there are video cameras in everybodys pocket. I’m sad that we see a man being murdered via police , but happy the tragedy was filmed making it impossible for the murderer to hid behind a good defense lawyer.

  16. this is the epitome of the term, police reform, you see how they threaten, intimidate and try to order people to do as we say or go to jail, if your a real firefighter you better join the club. this is the crap that needs to stop, right in front of our eyes.

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