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"It is very hard to see how this man could be acquitted. And yet, let's remember the context here," says Chris Hayes on the Derek Chauvin trial. "There is a history of police violence against unarmed Black people recorded on camera that has not led to convictions." Aired on 04/15/2021.
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30 Comments on "The History Of Police Avoiding Conviction Despite Overwhelming Evidence | All In | MSNBC"

  1. If he walks, enjoy the next two months. Your local business may be burned to the ground.

  2. Think of all the murders abuse and torture that went on prior to everyone having a cell phone. They still seem to think they can get away with it.

  3. thechariotcard | April 15, 2021 at 10:02 PM | Reply

    This case deserves all your attention. Thank you!

  4. Accountability is the first step towards establishing trust from communities! Until there is accountability trust isn’t possible.

  5. If he walks, Minneapolis burns !

  6. Life means nothing in todays age. What comes after the pain.
    This is one long book. How does it end? Is anyone living.mmmm..

  7. Strawberries Nd Crème | April 15, 2021 at 10:12 PM | Reply

    He will walk …. there will be no justice I wonder how bad the backlash will be across the states

  8. No reason to crush someone’s neck– obviously this victim is not a threat

  9. I never understood how they could have gotten away with killing an old guy running away from a small charge.

  10. The prosecution is losing this case.

  11. SNL just did a skit on this

  12. There will not be a fair trial for this cop .and sure what did you expect from the other officers not to throw his under the BUS come on man

  13. Does anyone know what Chauvin’s police conduct record is like?

  14. Tommy r Westbrook | April 15, 2021 at 10:36 PM | Reply

    Not guilty

  15. One thing I know this man not going to Gail, because all I see is just talking talking talking,,SMH

  16. im still waiting for the evidence that it was race based. the activists at MSNBC say it’s because of MUH RAYCISM!

  17. God job in this story. I am just exhausted from these cases of pain and police brutality.

  18. SouthSide_ Chicago79 | April 15, 2021 at 10:54 PM | Reply

    Notice how the video is only 4:39, most of which is this snowflake talking. If it was titled History of blacks avoiding conviction”,
    this would be a full length Netflix series that spand 70 season, each episode 2 hours long.

  19. He seems confident that he will get away with it

  20. What I don’t understand is why this former police officer doesn’t say, I killed this man, George Floyd, regardless of the circumstances… And I’m sorry for that 🙏

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