BREAKING: SHOCKING New Information on Plea Bargain for George Floyd’s Killer
Some stunning new information has just been revealed pertaining to Derek Chauvin, the police officer who is being held responsible for the death of George Floyd last summer.
We’ve now learned that there was actually a plea bargain deal in the works but ultimately it was rejected by President Trump and Attorney General Bill Barr.
According to The Minneapolis Star-Tribune,
“As part of the deal, officials now say, he was willing to go to prison for more than 10 years. Local officials, scrambling to quell the community’s swelling anger, scheduled a news conference to announce the deal. But at the last minute, according to new details laid out by three law enforcement officials, the deal fell apart after William Barr, the attorney general at the time, rejected the arrangement.
An official said Barr worried that a plea deal, so early in the process and before a full investigation had concluded, would be perceived as too lenient by the growing number of protesters across America. At the same time, Barr wanted to allow state officials, who were about to take over the case from the county prosecutor who has had tense relations with Minneapolis’s Black community, to make their own decisions about how to proceed.”
Now that the trial is set to begin soon, I wonder what sort of result may come from this. I mean, if he’s willing to do ten-years, surely they feel that he did wrong and that he may potentially do life in prison.
Sadly, I don’t think that he’ll make it in prison very long. There’s going to be some black man who is already doing life for murder who will take Chauvin’s life as well. I certainly hope that this is not the case, but based on the current American mentality, it wouldn’t surprise me one bit.