BREAKING: Feds Had a Secret Plan to Arrest Derek Chauvin Even if the Jury Found Him NOT Guilty
Due process is gone in America.
If the mob wants your blood, they’ll stop at nothing to take you out.
It’s bad enough that we have violent groups like ANTIFA & BLM and the wokesters of the mainstream media, corporations, educational institutions, and Hollywood.
But now the DOJ itself is more interested in mob justice than due process and the rule of law.
The case of Derek Chauvin is the textbook example.
Regardless if you think the former police officer truly committed a crime, the case was rigged from the start.
The jury was doxxed and intimidated from making an honest judgement.
And the threats of nationwide riots swayed the verdict.
But new reports are claiming that the Feds hatched a plan to arrest Chauvin, regardless of the jury’s decision.
Here’s the latest:
BREAKING: Feds 'had secret plan to ARREST Derek Chauvin in court if he was cleared of killing George Floyd' https://t.co/xsIMZO9zQR
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) April 29, 2021
DUE PROCESS DENIED: Feds 'had secret backup plan to ARREST Derek Chauvin in court if he was cleared of killing George Floyd' – and now the DOJ plans to pursue hate crime charges against him and the three other cops! 🤯🚨 Daily Mail Online https://t.co/g1EzHVeJaj
— TheCyberChick (@warriors_mom) April 29, 2021
Sadly, that’s the America we’re living in right now.
Forget about the Bill of Rights our Founding Fathers fought and died for.
We have mob justice fit for a totalitarian regime.
Daily Mail had more info:
- Federal prosecutors were ready to arrest the white ex-cop if the jury had found him not guilty of all charges or the case had ended in a mistrial
- Under those circumstances, they had arranged for the Minnesota US Attorney’s Office to charge him by criminal complaint so he could be arrested right away
- Following his arrest, feds would then have asked a grand jury to indict him
- This contingency plan did not materialize as the jury found him guilty on all charges – 2nd-degree murder, 3rd-degree murder and 2nd-degree manslaughter
- The DOJ is now planning to indict him and the three other cops involved in Floyd’s death on civil rights charges, a source said
- Chauvin is to be indicted over both Floyd’s death and a 2017 incident where he knelt on a black 14-year-old boy’s neck for nearly 17 minutes
- J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane and Tou Thao to be indicted over Floyd’s death
- They face trial together on August 23 on state charges of aiding and abetting second-degree murder and manslaughter
Secret Department of Justice plans to arrest Derek Chauvin in court had he been cleared of murdering George Floyd have been revealed.
Multiple sources told the Star Tribune federal prosecutors were ready to move in and charge the white ex-cop on federal counts moments after a not guilty verdict on charges of second and third-degree murder, as well as manslaughter, or in the event of a mistrial.
Department of Justice prosecutors now also plan to bring civil rights violations charges – akin to hate crimes – against Chauvin and the three other cops on duty with him when Floyd was killed in May 2020.
Their secret plot saw DOJ investigators collaborate with their state counterparts at Minnesota US Attorney’s Office to arrange charge Chauvin by criminal complaint. That process does not require a grand jury, and would have sped up the process of bringing fresh charges against Chauvin, 42.
Following his arrest, federal prosecutors would then have asked a grand jury to indict Chauvin.
The sources said these discussions were part of a contingency arrest plan to ensure Floyd’s murderer did not walk free, amid fears such a verdict would have prompted fresh chaos in riot-ravaged Minneapolis.
Ultimately, the backup plan did not have to be used, after Chauvin was found guilty of all three counts he faced.
He was convicted of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter and taken to Minnesota’s maximum security prison Oak Park Heights.
He will be sentenced on June 25 after the court pushed it back from its initial date of June 16. He faces up to 40 years in prison.
The DOJ is now planning to indict him and the three other cops involved in Floyd’s death on civil rights charges, a source told the Tribune.
The federal investigation into Floyd’s death is separate to the state’s case which led to Chauvin’s trial and conviction last week.
A plan to ensure Floyd’s murderers didn’t walk free?
I thought a jury of our peers was supposed to decide this after evidence and testimony was brought into a court of law?
If I was Chauvin, I’d sue the Department of Justice for violating the Bill of Rights.
But in today’s corrupt system, I don’t know how far that would get you.