breaking...The verdict is in...

Hank Reardon

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They're throwing Murder 2 at him. I think they'd have deliberated longer for a more nuanced verdict.
 

MyTeamIsOnTheFloor

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I predict Murder 2 - killing without intent while committing another crime (assault) (under Minny law as reported by CNN) - admitting I did not watch and don’t know evidence of intent.
 

larsIU

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I wonder how long he lasts in prison?
I was reading somewhere that the South Carolina officer that shot a dude in the back (Slager I think the name is) is in a federal prison b/c he's a cop? I've slept since then but it seems he took that and the requirement he serve 85% of his sentence as opposesd to going to state prison and serving as little as 50%. I'll admit I'm remembering something I read and I'm probably misremembering something.
 

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not looking for ‘more blood’. Let him think about his actions for a long time in jail.

I think he’ll get hammered by the judge

He damaged the public trust in the system

He’ll get max minus a couple of years for being a cop who helped some people in other circumstances and he’ll do his time with snitches and pedophiles who can’t go into general population
 

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He’s gonna have fun in prison. The guy’s a loser and deserves everything he gets.
 

MyTeamIsOnTheFloor

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I was reading somewhere that the South Carolina officer that shot a dude in the back (Slager I think the name is) is in a federal prison b/c he's a cop? I've slept since then but it seems he took that and the requirement he serve 85% of his sentence as opposesd to going to state prison and serving as little as 50%. I'll admit I'm remembering something I read and I'm probably misremembering something.

The state’s and feds sometimes house each other perps, but it doesn’t change the sentence
 
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Bill4411

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It’s going interesting to see how police officers react to the verdict? I might not struggle very hard to subdue someone in the future, if the suspect hurts someone else at least I’m not going to prison. There are going to be a lot of new consequences with this as the new normal.
 

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Next time you need a policeman, call a thug! George Floyd is what’s wrong with our inner cities!