Amanda Head is back to discuss the missing pieces of the Derek Chauvin trial, and why the verdict feels so wrong.

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Born and raised in the South, Amanda Head's strong conservative background is highly evident in both her professional and personal life. A Birmingham, Alabama native, she's lived in Los Angeles since graduating with her Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Auburn University.

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Luther
Luther
1 year ago

Yes something was missing in the trial. A not guilty verdict

paul
paul
1 year ago

Agreed , NO way did Chauvin set out to hurt or even kill anyone that day. Floyd knew he had just ingested enough drugs to kill him . That’s why he kept saying . I’m going to die . Had Floyd told the police that . They would have taken steps to get him to the Hospital . Instead Floyd failed to comply with Officers and was responsible for his own death . Only in at this time in America can an officer be charged as Chauvin was for a drugged Mans failing to comply after he had committed a crime . NO Justice here !

vladimir
vladimir
1 year ago
Reply to  paul

Why isn’t the emergency crew charged with any crimes, officer chauvin had to pin globalist puppet, libby snow flake sheep george to the ground for a very long time and you don’t even hear any ambulance sirens that they are responding, the emergency crew must have stopped at every starbucks and cocacola and dicks sporting good store and hog pillow store along the way .

Diana Stapleton a proud American
Diana Stapleton a proud American
1 year ago
Reply to  vladimir

It’s probably because they were blocked by BLM and couldn’t get to him. The world is so full of hate. Floyd is dead and can’t be brought back. Why are you all so full of hate? People don’t respond to hate and looting, all races, but they will if put to them in the proper way. You all are being treated as puppets by the media and especially politicians, to destroy America. You are an American act like it and don’t let the media and politicians put words in your mouth. God bless America and the Americans, all races, in it.

mik
mik
1 year ago
Reply to  paul

just because it looked like he had his knee on his neck i don’ t know,an nobody really knows if he had pressure or no pressure actually on his neck nobody can really say how much pressure if any he had on his neck

JB7
JB7
1 year ago
Reply to  mik

Medical Examiner noted in his report that there was no bruising on Floyd. If there had been heavy pressure on neck or shoulder blade, and it was really his shoulder blade , there would have been bruising.

vladimir
vladimir
1 year ago

How long before the next globalist puppet, libby snow flake sheep outdo globalist puppet george . . . . .

Robert Horne
Robert Horne
1 year ago
Reply to  vladimir

Yes and when the column of his statement before he was laid down that he couldn’t breath was the same as it was when he was lying on the ground his airway was not compromised and the breathing problem was due to the hand full of fentinal and amphetamine he had invested when he was arrested which the autopsy noted as blood levels were at lethal level. The officers kneeling against his neck was standard procedure of local police procedure. No justice to my mind.

B. O'Neil
B. O'Neil
1 year ago
Reply to  Robert Horne

Officers have used that technique on many others when making arrests. Their first and primary objective is for the safety and protection of citizens who are in the vicinity, as well as their own life.
I suspect someone put the idea in his head to blame the officer, possibly a lawyer watching, who plans to cash in on the publicity.