Oh boy. Chick has an attitude. Didn't answer a single question with yes or no.
It's been obvious from the start that this is not murder, not manslaughter, not even worth the slightest reprimand from Chauvin's superiors. While making an arrest, the suspect OD'd and the police held him in place until the paramedics arrived, but by then, the suspect was already too far gone to save. End of story.
If you are a cop and you work in a city where you will frequently deal with the jogging community. Move immediately. Don't worry about how many more years until you get full pension. Leave these idiot cities to burn themselves to the ground. There is absolutely no reason for you to go to prison for doing your job while the Prometheans are hellbent on turning it into a 3rd world sh--hole.
This does not mean I "back the blue." If you're a cop and you're enforcing covid restriction. Stop being a idiot. Quit obeying your psychopathic bosses. If you do so, you deserve whatever the angry mob might do to you. Instead, move to a city where they aren't going insane. Leave the dead to bury the dead.
The relocation of Cops is one of the most important steps that must happen in preparation for the big break up. The more the good cops sort themselves into good territory, the better off we will be. I hope the coming destruction in Minneapolis (that will happen regardless of how this trial turns out) will drive this home to them.
A partisan testimony where she was determined to outwit and contradict the Defence.Oh boy. Chick has an attitude. Didn't answer a single question with yes or no.
Please, everyone remain calm
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I predict a hung jury or conviction of the lesser charge of manslaughter. Manslaughter convPictionary can be set up to 10 years, but usually they get 4. Chauvin as a former LEO would be segregated from the general prison population.Was watching the live stream today and at the end the judge informed the jury that he expects the trial to wrap up this week. However, he said he would have closing statements take place on Monday so that the jury is not sequestered over the weekend.
So, basically sounding like we'll have a verdict next week.
Definitely not in the case of covid-19. My dad got covid after being vaccinated. Everyone knew well before covid that the flu vaccine didn't work. The flu pretty much doesn't even exist anymore, officially, but they're still trying to vaccinate the entire populace for the flu. What is the ulterior motive?Getting immunized doesn’t just protect you. It protects those around you, too. Vaccines prevent the spread of illness to the very young, very old and those who are at risk. So, when you get a flu shot and other vaccines, you’re helping to keep others safe.
"Regularly shoot mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde, polyethylene, hexane, and aborted fetal matter directly into your veins. It's good for the immune system."1. Boost your immunity and stay healthy by getting an annual flu shot and other vaccines. Vaccine recommendations vary based on age, health and other factors.
Mercury and aluminum in the bloodstream is most effective at brain rot in developing minds. Mental disorders are much more common among vaccinated children. See my profile for more info.2. Give your children a healthy start by getting them vaccinated when they’re infants. Stay on track with recommended childhood and teen immunizations.
I haven't talked to one person yet in the real world who has stated that they are getting or will get the vaccine for health reasons. I can think of 6 people who have gotten the covid vaccine for travel reasons or to make their lives easier. None of them mentioned health reasons.3. Make health and safety a priority when going back to work, school or college in the fall. You’ll have peace of mind knowing you’re all set with vaccinations.
I consider this a threat.4. Save time and money by getting your shots. Doing so can help you avoid missing work and the costs of getting sick. Even more important, it can protect you from serious illnesses that could lead to hospitalization, long‑term disability or death.
Oh yeah, we're all about protecting those at risk, for sure that's what's going on. That's why we gathered the elderly together, shut down elective surgeries, gave everyone mild schizophrenia and depression, and damaged the livelihoods of billions. Notice the combination of incentivization and fearmongering throughout these 5 points. They can't deal with reality.5. Protect those who are at risk. Protect yourself and avoid spreading illness to an elderly neighbor, a newborn baby, a friend going through cancer treatment and others.