On Wednesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “The ReidOut,” San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin verbally expressed that the conviction of Derek Chauvin “was an anomaly” and we have cases like George Floyd’s “happening all day, every day.”
Boudin verbalized, “[T]he verdict yesterday in the George Floyd tribulation, that was one case. That was an aberration. That was an anomaly. We have these kinds of cases transpiring all day, every day. And it is authentically infrequent that there is the political intrepidity or the evidence or the expertise or a police chief inclined to get on the stand and testify against one of his own. We need to recollect that, since George Floyd’s tribulation commenced, since the evidence was first presented to that jury, we’ve had more than 60 people across the country killed at the hands of law enforcement. Most of those cases will never result in a malefactor charge or a tribulation. And we’ve got to do a plethora of work to transmute the culture.”
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