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Old 12-11-2016, 03:43 AM   #764 (permalink)
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The jury in the the murder trial of former North Charleston, South Carolina, police officer Michael Slager, dismissed the murder charge, finding no evidence of "malicious" intent, according to jury foreman Dorsey Montgomery II, the lone person of color on the 12-member panel. The jurors then considered a lesser charge of manslaughter, but five jurors could not decide on that, and one juror said he was dead set against conviction. Although the officer what white and the suspect black, race did not come up in the deliberations, Montgomery told the Today Show. "I do believe some jurors may have had that in their mind, but the majority of them didn’t have anything in reference to race that may have played a factor in the decision."
So the same guy that said that had his charges dropped the same day he was chosen to be the foreman without the knowledge of the prosecutor's office.

He was basically paid off. It was most likely rigged.

I don't get how they could look at the video and rule against conviction. Doesn't make sense at all.
Fame, fortune, power, titties. People say these are the most crucial things in life, but you can have a pocket full o' gold and it doesn't mean sh*t if you don't have someone to share that gold with. Seems simple. Yet it's an important lesson to learn. Even lone wolves run in packs sometimes.

Originally Posted by RoxyRollah View Post
IMO I don't know jack-**** though so don't listen to me.
Originally Posted by Franco Pepe Kalle View Post
The problem is that most police officers in America are psychopaths.
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You're a terrible dictionary.
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