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Title: Chauvin Trial Day 7 Wrap-Up: a horrible day for the prosecution
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Published: Apr 7, 2021
Author: Mike Rivero
Post Date: 2021-04-07 09:39:48 by Horse
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Today was a terrible, horrible no good, very bad day for the prosecution, to a degree that I haven’t seen since the trial of George Zimmerman.

If you have no more than an hour to watch the video of today’s proceedings, then I urge you to spend 44 minutes watching the cross-examination of state witness Johnny Mercil, the state’s use-of-force training expert, and 22 minutes watching the cross-examination of Nicole MacKenzie, the state’s medical care training expert. In both instances the result can only be called a train wreck of a disaster for the prosecution.

Indeed, after the judge dismissed Mercil from the witness stand, Prosecutor Schleiter appeared visibly shaken and angry—and he ought to have, given the mauling his case just received. At one point Mercil testified the he himself had personally kept a suspect physically restrained until EMS had arrived on scene, behavior which the state has been arguing for over a week was misconduct on the part of Chauvin.

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#1. To: Horse (#0)

You should see what I am seeing here. Without a doubt we are going to habe violence.

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#2. To: TommyTheMadArtist (#1)

Lessons of the Day they read the Rodney King verdict was for whites to be off the streets when the verdict was read.

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