Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentLaw & Ethics · 1 month ago

How will BLM react when the officer who killed George Floyd is found Innocent?

To ensure a fair trial by his peers because of all the media frenzy and danger of BLM political bias there won't be any black people on the jury, and Floyd's violent past abusing pregnant women will come out. I can taste the liberal tears already. Not Guilty. Justified.

5 Answers

  • 1 month ago

    No one in the US is found "Innocent", they are found "not guilty" and there is a grave difference. 

    You assume he will be found "not guilty" which, may come to pass if zealous prosecutors charge him beyond what is provable in a court of law to bow to political pressure of "the mobs".  That in itself should be criminal on both ends, over charging when you know better, and being pressured to by forces with an agenda. 

  • 1 month ago

    The Bureau of Land Management, aka BLM, will not care.

  • 1 month ago

    Do I understand you correctly? If a person has a violent past, it's okay for the cops to kill him? That would sure save a lot of time and money with all this jury junk. How about if a person has a history of jogging while Black? Spitting on the sidewalk? Is it okay if the cops kill a person with a history of spitting on the sidewalk?

  • 1 month ago

    A competent jury that isn't tainted by left or right will be very hard to find no matter where they move a trial of this kind. 

    But your obviously bigotry will get YOU off the jury in a heartbeat. 

    The killing of G. Floyd by a policeman while other policemen stood by is hardly justified by anything you mentioned. 

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    It doesn't matter what the outcome. BLM is a terrorist organization,  only wants trouble and vandalizing things.  It doesn't care about real issues.  Or the real crime rates among black people. 

    There are issues, no doubt about it.  But being part of BLM it is not the way to go.

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