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Trial for ex-officers charged with aiding Floyd’s murder moved to 2022

Trial for ex-officers charged with aiding Floyd’s murder moved to 2022

The trial of three former Minneapolis police officers charged with aiding and abetting the murder of George Floyd has been pushed back to March 2022. Thomas Lane, J Alexander Kueng and Tou Thao were scheduled to face trial on 23 August. The judge said he felt the need to put some distance between the three officers’ trial and Derek Chauvin’s due to all the publicity around the case.

David
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Rocky
Rocky 0 months

Judge scared that too much ignoring of the law would set the people off. Probably smart, but he should just use his better judgement and dismiss this silly case. The precedent it would set is chilling and would remove the ability of any officer to use any physical technique to hold or subdue any criminal. This would render law enforcement useless. If they stand to be accused of horrendous crimes for using the least dangerous method that they were taught then no technique will be acceptable for detainment. Anyone interested in continuing to have a free, and safe society should vehemently appose this case.

Drunkin Lephrechaun
Drunkin Lephrechaun 0 months

Justice delayed is justice denied. Waiting another year with this allegation hanging over you is a denial of the “fair and speedy” trial you are promised constitutionally.

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