'Very few people are connecting the dots to realize that this is a plague that swept the land,' E.W. Jackson told The Western Journal.
It's one of a number of occasions where Joe Biden has exercised dubious judgment in regards to an ongoing legal matter.
Derek Chauvin was accused of killing George Floyd during the infamous May 25, 2020, arrest that sparked worldwide protest and riots.
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Protesters howl and try to intervene as Minneapolis begins the process of reopening George Floyd Square to traffic.
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'Portland #antifa tried to burn down the Justice Center tonight to commemorate their burning of the same occupied facility a year ago.'
Sounds of gunfire were captured on live video news reports as the nation marked the one-year anniversary of Floyd's death.
Since the April 17 vandalisms, Santa Rosa Police Department detectives have continued to follow up on leads.
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Mitchell's admission and other outside interferences make it hard to argue that Chauvin wasn't condemned before he walked into that courtroom.
'Speaking frankly, Chauvin did not have a fully impartial jury in the sense we usually give criminal defendants,' one expert said.
Legal experts believe that Chauvin could receive a retrial based upon the alleged impartiality of one of the jurors.
'Neither Floyd nor Chauvin exercised the kind of prudence that is absolutely essential to the maintenance of justice in a civilized society.'
A new partnership between a Virginia prosecutor and a national criminal justice organization is threatening the goal of the justice system.
The backup plan was not needed because the jury found Chauvin guilty of two counts of murder and one count of manslaughter.
'We [didn't] know what was going on. We were really just locked in on the case,' the juror said, revealing he didn't watch news of the trial.
In the lawsuit, Parler claimed that Amazon breached its contract and had engaged in an anti-competitive action.