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    Looks like malpractice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ]2epo]v[an View Post
    How? In what way? How is arguing some other hypothetical scenario arguing the scenario they were charged with a responsability to defend?
    Well if you can't see why then I'm not going to play verbal ping pong with you.

    Could I ask you to run a spell/grammar checker through your posts, they can be very hard to read at times!

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    Isnt it a red herring deflection rather than a valid defense that if floyd was a healthy person he wouldnt have died?

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    The defense never made a defense, they made a red herring deflection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by no worries View Post
    That's true, Floyd asked Chauvin to put his knee on his neck.
    Oh? When did that happen?
    Before or after he ingested a massive dose of Fentanyl?\
    I never asked a young black POS cop to slam me by the cuffs to the ground, but he did it anyway.
    Nigger better hope I never see him again ever. I know exactly what he looks like.

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    Looks like malpractice. Looks like railroading.

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    Looks like a scam.

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    How is arguing some other hypothetical scenario properly and responsably arguing the scenario they were charged with?

    Presenting an argument based on a scenario where floyd was some other floyd wasnt misrepresentation by the defense? If he were some other guy he wouldnt have died, sure, but he wasnt. So how is that arguing that the cop didnt kill him? It's not, is it?

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    The cop's legal team totally roled him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ]2epo]v[an View Post
    How is arguing some other hypothetical scenario properly and responsably arguing the scenario they were charged with?

    Presenting an argument based on a scenario where floyd was some other floyd wasnt misrepresentation by the defense? If he were some other guy he wouldnt have died, sure, but he wasnt. So how is that arguing that the cop didnt kill him? It's not, is it?
    They only argued that he didnt kill some other guy. They never even tried to make a case that he didnt kill floyd if it was central to their case that he didnt kill some healthy guy. Some other "healthy" guy. So how is it presenting a case that he didnt kill floyd?

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    They only presented a red herring deflection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primavera View Post
    Well if you can't see why then I'm not going to play verbal ping pong with you.
    If you cant conjugate why you think it might then the conjuration problems here are your own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ]2epo]v[an View Post
    Isnt it a red herring deflection rather than a valid defense that if floyd was a healthy person he wouldnt have died?
    That is terrible. It is no defense at all. Floyd was alive. When Chauvin got done with him he was dead. That is murder. They would have to argue about how healthy he would have to be to count as murder. You could run through a hospital cancer ward with a machete chopping heads off and it would it be a crime. They were sick and dying anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Dillon View Post
    Oh? When did that happen?
    Before or after he ingested a massive dose of Fentanyl?\
    I never asked a young black POS cop to slam me by the cuffs to the ground, but he did it anyway.
    Nigger better hope I never see him again ever. I know exactly what he looks like.
    Never did and that's funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BidenPresident View Post
    Yes. That is fact.
    Not a fact. Learn what 'fact' means. It does not mean 'proof' or 'Universal Truth'. Doublespeak.
    "Propaganda can also be factual." --Flash
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