Is increasing the charge against the Minneapolis officer to 2nd degree murder a risky legal move?
Second-degree murder is when a person causes the death of another person with intent to cause the death of that person (but no premeditation).
Can this intent be proven or is this a 3rd degree murder case?
- Anonymous4 months agoFavourite answer
Cop new what hes doing its attempted murder you never starve someone oxygen this angers Lord lestermount to no end he will be roaring at his tv set about this
- Anonymous4 months ago
Chauvin deliberately kept his knee on Floyd's throat when Floyd was saying he couldn't breath and for nearly three minutes after Floyd had fallen unconscious as his brain was starved of oxygen. There was no reason whatsoever to continue the restraint once he was unconscious. That sounds like intent to cause death
The fact that the two men knew each other even raises the possibility of Chauvin acting out a grudge and there was premeditation.
- PacnaLv 44 months ago
People were literally telling the cop that he's killing him. He knew what he was doing 🙄🙄