Chauvin gets 22 1/2 years in prison for George Floyd’s death

[SIZE=7]Chauvin gets 22 1/2 years in prison for George Floyd’s death[/SIZE]

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin was sentenced to 22 1/2 years in prison for the murder of George Floyd, whose dying gasps under Chauvin’s knee led to the biggest outcry against racial injustice in the U.S. in generations.
The punishment — which fell short of the 30 years that prosecutors had requested — came after Chauvin broke his more than yearlong silence in court to offer condolences to the Floyd family and say he hopes more information coming out will eventually give them “some peace of mind.”

On May 3rd and May 4th, deranged MAGAT and Q-nut @patco told us that the “jury was tainted” and that the case would end in a mistrial. I would like him to now step forward and explain this.

Parole in 5 years,

Eligible for parole in 14.8 years according to family lawyer.

Stop reasoning using your anal opening

Out in 3 months for good behavior.

Doesnt apply in murder cases.

Derek okota sambuni. TOJ

He gets EVERYTHING WRONG. Stupid fvck.

  1. Trump atashinda asubuhi because he is up against a living dead (Biden). Fvcker posted picture of Trump’s motorcade vs Bidens Motorcade :D:D:D
  2. Supreme court will overturn Biden’s win
  3. Floyd died of drug overdose so they will find Chauvin NOT Guilty
  4. Jury was tainted so ni mistrial. Mistrial ni kupewa 22.5 years angepewa 39.5 mbwa hii

Still waiting to hear what conspiracy the fagget will come up with

Patricia haongei kwa hii maneno ama he blames Robinette Biden


:D:D:D tag it…

He is going to be cornholed by a huge black man.:D:D:D, justice for Floyd.

That was uncalled for, and you know it.


Najua khasia ishaona comment …


22 and half of it is 11, there goes their 33 symbology.

Killer ex-cop Derek Chauvin is close to reaching a plea deal on his federal civil rights charges that would allow him to escape life in prison for George Floyd’s murder, according to a report.


Multiple sources told WCCO that the former Minneapolis officer is close to the deal that would see him serving his sentence in federal prison, but at the same time as the 22½ years, he already got on his state conviction for murdering Floyd in May last year.

It would include the 45-year-old former cop having to finally explain exactly what he did to Floyd and why he did it, WCCO said.

The deal would likely involve a 20- to the 25-year sentence that he would serve at the same time as his state sentence, WCCO’s sources said. Without it, Chauvin faces life in prison on the charges, the outlet noted.


The negotiations with prosecutors could be what Chauvin was referring to when he told his sentencing hearing last week that he could not give a full statement because of “legal matters.”

“There’s gonna be some other information in the future that will be of interest and I hope these will give you some peace of mind,” Chauvin had said, which WCCO suggested was the plea deal.

Former Hennepin County Chief Public Defender Mary Moriarty told the outlet that Chauvin’s swift guilty verdict in the state case is undoubtedly a motivating factor in seeking a deal.

“In federal court, there would be a substantial difference between what he would receive if he went to trial and was convicted versus what he would get if he pled guilty, and as they say, take responsibility for his actions,” Moriarty said.

WCCO said the US Attorney’s Office declined to comment, and Ben Crump, the Floyd family attorney, and Eric Nelson, the attorney for Chauvin, did not respond.