Did Derek Chauvin deliberately trigger the riots to give Trump an excuse to hold rallies and the "defund the police" attack?

Bris

Chicken
The way he stared at the camera with almost a smirk
This is called a "grimace" and it's like an ironic smile you do when stressed to hide your mixture of anger and fear at the shitshow around you.

Like how the 3 officers with him were going soft on the crowd and allowing them to get close so that Chauvin had to keep his hands free ready to protect his sidearm from the crowd instead of being able to administer aid.

You can only use both hands to administer aid and grapple a subject if you're in a safe position to do so and Chauvin wasn't because the crowd was too close and the other officers were too scared of lawsuits to shove them back to the safe distance that Chauvin needed.

as he held his knee down on that guy's neck

Chauvin's leg never touched Floyd's neck, 20% of his weight was pressed through the tibial tuberosity (upper shin) atop the GUNION of the RAMUS of Floyd's MANDIBLE.
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The point was to pin Floyd's head so he couldn't utilize his powerful back muscles to keep standing up and spitting/biting officers.

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This is why Floyd didn't have injuries on his neck but did have them on his "face" because it was a headlock (using shin+ground instead of forearm+aftarm) not a choke.


That a jury could convict on ANY of those three counts after hearing this testimony shows they're either anti-white racists or just scared of being cancelled.
 

Bris

Chicken
'Take a knee"...

This whole sorry piece of history was planned... please.
you don't think it plausible that an officer wanting to keep his hands free to protect/draw his firearm would use a legs-only means of immobilizing a resisting suspect until it was safe for another officer to help move him into the car?

or that a guy could OD during that and the media would blame him wrongly for it?
 
you don't think it plausible that an officer wanting to keep his hands free to protect/draw his firearm would use a legs-only means of immobilizing a resisting suspect until it was safe for another officer to help move him into the car?

or that a guy could OD during that and the media would blame him wrongly for it?

Not really.
 
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