OAN’s James Meyers
2:50 PM – Monday, November 20, 2023
The Supreme Court has denied former Minnesota cop Derek Chauvin’s appeal. He was convicted in the murder of George Floyd.
The decision by the Supreme Court was made on Monday, after Chauvin had argued that his 2021 trial in Minneapolis was biased because it was held during a time of great political tension. He also believed that the jury was conflicted by the likelihood of even more violent riots if he was acquitted.
“This criminal trial generated the most amount of pretrial publicity in history,” Chauvin’s attorney William Morhmann said at the time of the appeal. “More concerning are the riots which occurred after George Floyd’s death (and) led the jurors to all express…
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