Bystanders ‘didn’t intercede either’ in George Floyd’s death, cop’s attorney says

DIPSHIDIOT OF THE DAY: THOMAS LANES ATTORNEY

DIPSHIDIOT OF THE DAY: THOMAS LANES ATTORNEY

The attorney for a former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd said his client shouldn’t be held accountable for the actions of Derek Chauvin.

While making his argument to CNN’s Chris Cuomo, Earl Gray — the attorney for Thomas Lane — pointed at the bystanders from the incident with Floyd and Minneapolis police. Video shows Derek Chauvin kneeling on Floyd’s neck for more than eight minutes while making an arrest.

“If the public is there and they’re so in uproar about this, they didn’t intercede either,”

Cuomo interrupted the attorney and asked him if “that’s asking a little too much of civilians and too little of your client?”

DIPSHIDIOT OF THE DAY: THOMAS LANES ATTORNEY

“Absolutely,” Gray replied. “I’m not, I just brought that up.”‘

DAWG SAYS: THIS IDIOT KNOWS THOSE CIVILIANS WERE BEING KEPT AT BAY BY ANOTHER OUT OF CONTROL POLICE OFFICER.


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2 Comments

  1. More proof that the admission standards for Law School have been eliminated. Look at congress.

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