Watch jury’s verdict at Derek Chauvin’s trial

Watch jury's verdict at Derek Chauvin's trial 1


A jury found Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis Police officer who kneeled on George Floyd's neck for over 9 minutes last year, guilty of all charges including second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.

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107 Comments on "Watch jury’s verdict at Derek Chauvin’s trial"

  1. The 17 year old girl who bravely stood there & filmed the horror in front of her deserves the Nobel Peace prize. I should add that her name is Darnella Frazier.

  2. Erica Jenkins | April 20, 2021 at 5:56 PM | Reply

    He had 18 excessive force complaints against him on his record and he STILL had his job smh. He had been doing this for years with no real consequences

  3. Lars Thorwald | April 20, 2021 at 6:15 PM | Reply

    Now that the bare minimum has been done it’s time to remove ALL psychopaths from positions of authority. No exceptions.

  4. Diamonds & Black Roses | April 20, 2021 at 6:37 PM | Reply

    Thank you to the 17 year old who filmed this. She was a child, but that day she was a soldier.

  5. Jose Serrano | April 20, 2021 at 7:52 PM | Reply

    Hearing that door shut right behind him while in handcuffs was prayers answered. May George Floyd now finally rest in peace.

    • @Manny Diaz “Any more questions?” Not for you, The verdict is in, you are wrong. Floyd was murdered.

    • Gary Richardson | April 20, 2021 at 10:54 PM | Reply

      Why all the anger? Guy got what was coming to him. Chauvinism that is.

    • Thyalwaysseek | April 20, 2021 at 10:55 PM | Reply

      @FAZE Hamster Cry about what? I think justice was served today, I am sure there is some cognitive dissonance going on here, or maybe you people are just mentally impaired and can’t understand what I wrote.

    • But, sure he’s the one who should Rest In Peace while the one person who they claim killed him spends life in jail for doing everyone a favor by ridding us of another waste of life.

  6. Damn, his Attorney didn’t even reject the states proposal to reject bail!! He knew it was over!!
    Finally, the bad guy gets it handed to him.

  7. The Godfather Of Cinema Film Essays By Booker T | April 20, 2021 at 8:11 PM | Reply

    Thanks to the brave girl who filmed this. You did this!!!

  8. TheNumberoneBillsfan | April 20, 2021 at 8:12 PM | Reply

    I am so happy that justice has been served, much more needs to be done. I believe we’re finally headed in the right direction 😭😭

  9. Marie Kehson | April 20, 2021 at 8:23 PM | Reply

    To that 17 year old girl who struggled to sleep at night because you felt like you didn’t do anything to save George Floyd’s life, girl you did everything girl and this shows! You helped get him justice! You’re the absolute GOAT and may God bless you in all your endeavors! RIP GEORGE PERRY FLOYD!

    • Thyalwaysseek | April 20, 2021 at 10:45 PM | Reply

      @Total Control Not sinless, never said I am sinless, said that you are a hypocrite if you proclaim that Floyd is in heaven with the angels and not in hell being tormented by demons where all criminals go. You can’t just apply the teachings of Christ how you prefer, a wicked man is still wicked even if killed by another wicked man. Both will go to hell.

    • Chauvin is the real criminal.

    • Justice is not served until the drug dealer Maurice Hall is convicted and sentenced as well

    • Thyalwaysseek | April 20, 2021 at 10:56 PM | Reply

      @Bald Eagle Yes Chauvin is a murderer and justice was served but Floyd is no saint, he is not in heaven with the angels.

    • @Thyalwaysseek thanks for you input but clearly this post is not about who’s in heaven and who’s not! The point here is that this is the first step in reforming the justice system, especially in regards to people of color. Thank you 👌🏾

  10. Thanks for whoever was recording the incident that day. This monster is behind bars bcuz off you 💯

  11. That 17 year old should get an award for the wonderful job that she has done by videotaping the incident…👍👍👍👍

  12. dodolemagnifique | April 20, 2021 at 8:39 PM | Reply

    Thank you, young lady with the cell phone.

    It helped to make this world a better place. Take care 🙂

  13. The Packers Smacker | April 20, 2021 at 8:41 PM | Reply

    Now we need justice for the rest of the victims of people who should never have had a badge to begin with. Hold ALL accountable for their actions

    • Not On my watch | April 20, 2021 at 10:44 PM | Reply

      Chauvin was guilty but most of these people including Floyd are victims of their own stupidity. Wanna reduce your chances of being killed by police? DON’T BREAK THE LAW, If u cant help it, DON’T RESIST ARREST, ASSULT THE POLICE, ATTEMPT TO FLEE, or do anything else that will make a group of armed people nervous or feel like you’re risking their lives. Once you’re in jail, Kamala Harris or BLM has already said they’ll bail you out and pay for your defense, Floyd would be alive if he did any of these things. Not rocket science…

    • Justice is not served until the drug dealer Maurice Hall is convicted and sentenced as well

    • @Not On my watch beautifully put sir

    • @lou Albino oh? like the 73 year old woman with severe dementia who just had her arm shattered by a cop who laughed and made fun of her as he threw her around like a rag doll?

  14. It took a herculean effort, and a mountain of evidence to FINALLY convict a bad cop. But as Van Jones pointed out, it would take only a smidgen of that evidence to convict anyone not a cop. This justice system is extremely flawed and needs to be fixed.

  15. I like that he had very little reaction. I guess when you know you’re guilty it’s easy to accept a guilty verdict.

    • Look at his eyes and brow, he was worried REAL worried. I hope the lads in prison look after him.

    • I’m sure he knew all along that he was fucked 🤣

    • Maybe he knew this trial was nothing more than a formality. He was convicted before it even began. I hope cops everywhere walk out of and let the goons patrol your neighborhoods. Some people aren’t worthy of taxpayer protection. What would have happened to Floyd had he lived? I wonder how long would he have been sent to jail for resisting arrest. Not one day. The next step is to dismantle the police department in all liberal cities and let the chips fall where they may.

    • @lou Albino “I hope cops everywhere walk out” If they’re as rotten and corrupt as Mr. Chauvin, so do I. We don’t need them.

    • Justice is not served until the drug dealer Maurice Hall is convicted and sentenced as well

  16. His lack of emotion in getting the verdict which basically sentences him to life in prison shows what a psychopath he is.

  17. shanetta pryce | April 20, 2021 at 8:58 PM | Reply

    I’m sorry that young lady had to witness this, but I’m happy she was brave and that her phone didn’t die 🙏

    • @Dan Smith Floyd could talk until he couldn’t. asphyxiation will do that. I repeat, the court did not support the premise that a knee on the neck was appropriate.

    • Justice is not served until the drug dealer Maurice Hall is convicted and sentenced as well

    • @Dan Smith Not according to his commanding officer.

    • @Dan Smith Now you know what Floyd was thinking as well???? Impressive. Trash CNN as much as you like, I watched as much of the hearing as I could. Floyd was murdered, justice was served.You are wrong.

    • @Dan Smith He was unarmed and handcuffed. The constitution guarantees DUE PROCESS. Not vigilante justice.
      And the young man who called the police about the possible counterfeit bill, testified that he deeply regrets making that phone call.

  18. Y'ChDis Comedy | April 20, 2021 at 9:00 PM | Reply

    Honestly I been trying to find the words to express how this makes me feel…but I can’t find them…i don’t think words can convey how momentous this is….we love you George, Trayvon, Freddie, Philando, to many names to name… your impact on this world….was changing it…And bringing your people together….Rest in Paradise- George Floyd Jr

  19. Love looking at his eyes dart back and forth like he’s looking for an opening to run through !

  20. “The law can’t make a man love me, religion and education must do that. But, the law can prevent him from lynching me.” MLK

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