Will we ever know whether the jury reached its decision based on an objective review of the evidence, or whether they sacrificed Chauvin for the "good" of the community (and, incidentally, to avoid being stalked and harassed for the "wrong" verdict)? I'm not even sure how you can be found guilty of all three of these particular charges; it seems to me that it would be one of the three (or not guilty). If there's a legal eagle out there looking in, maybe you can explain it to me.
We are rapidly getting to a point where people - regular citizens, as well as law enforcement personnel - are going to start refusing to submit their fates to the justice system in this country in connection with potentially criminal matters that arise in politically-charged circumstances. Now, I am not in the habit of casually violating the laws of God or man; but should I find myself in a situation where those who would judge me are likely going to let their decisions be influenced by the mob, then it will be a case of catch me if you can.
Update Naturally, Nancy Pelosi says something idiotic.