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ApexTiger
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A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.
The media has prepared the country to Expect guilty.

All the signs are there that this is going to be bad news in our streets.

Check in and give your prediction before it's read.



The media is only focused on the final moments of what happened... Sound like prosecuting attorneys on television and radio.

However, there is a mountain of evidence that gives reasonable doubt in that in the end Mr. Floyd is responsible for 3 policemen being on top of him.

It will be not guilty.


OysterPoBoy
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.
Not a chance.


toratiger
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.
Not today.


A Smoke Break
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.


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Nonetheless
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.
Quick verdicts favor the state


RollTide1987
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.
It took the O.J. Simpson jury four hours to come back with a not guilty verdict. There is precedent.


Winston Cup
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.
this needed its own thread


OysterPoBoy
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.
You think 6 black people voted not guilty in less than a full day of deliberation?


Macintosh504
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.
This didn’t need it own thread attention whore


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ApexTiger
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.
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this needed its own thread


Correct


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Sao
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.

The mega thread disagrees and says this was rigged from the beginning.

Doesn't matter what the verdict will be, people will be just as split and pissed at each other as they always are.


OMLandshark
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.
A quick verdict where also a Congress person, CBS, and SNL has directly threatened the jury isn’t typical though.


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jcaz
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.
I feel the jury will convict for their own safety. It’s been shown the last year that they will not be safe if they go against the mob.


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Rebel
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.
I think the best Chauvin could have hoped for was a hung jury.

A quick verdict in this case most likely means guilty on the most serious charge.

Jury voted with their feels and not the obvious amount of doubt.


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Ed Osteen
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.
Everything you said was incorrect

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It will be not guilty.


unfortunately, not very likely either
This post was edited on 4/20 at 3:44 pm


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Indefatigable
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.
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It will be not guilty.


The only thing that it will unequivocally NOT be is an acquittal.

There's about a 0.0000000000000350% chance of a hung jury or mistrial, but absolutely zero chance of a 12-0 acquittal across the board.

He's going to be found guilty on at least the manslaughter charge.


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LSUFanHouston
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.
Your thread title is wrong and your post is wrong.


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Hamma1122
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.
Quick verdicts don’t favor defendants I predict guilty manslaughter
This post was edited on 4/20 at 3:44 pm


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stuntman
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.
I think he will be found guilty and the growth of our banana republic continues unabated.


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ApexTiger
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re: A quick verdict usually favours the defendant.
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The mega thread disagrees and says this was rigged from the beginning.

Doesn't matter what the verdict will be, people will be just as split and pissed at each other as they always are.




Nah most posters in the Mega thread for couple of weeks have for the most viewed it Mr. Floyd is responsible.




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