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In his career, Chauvin had 18 complaints against him in his official record and was involved in three police shootings, one of which was fatal. He received two letters of reprimand for misconduct.

Chauvin Was Found Guilty After Being Charged With 2nd & 3rd Murder & Manslaughter

Chauvin’s Wife Filed For Divorce After Floyd’s Death- “This evening, I spoke with Kellie Chauvin and her family. She is devastated by Mr. Floyd’s death and her utmost sympathy lies with his family, with his loved ones and with everyone who is grieving this tragedy. She has filed for dissolution of her marriage to Derek Chauvin,” a statement from Sekula Family Law office read.

In 2011, Chauvin was placed on a three-day leave, along with four other officers, for his involvement in the non-fatal shooting of an indigenous man, The Daily Beast reported.

In 2020, Mylan Masson, a retired Minneapolis Park police officer and police training expert, told NBC News the amount of grievances against Chauvin in his 19 years on the police force is “a little bit higher than normal”.


• $7.5 million to John Pope Jr. (2017)
• $1.375 million to Zoya Code (2017)
• $9 million just awarded for kneeling on Patty Day neck (2020)
• Death of Floyd (2020)
• $27 mil Floyd family (2021)
• Chauvin sentenced to 21 yrs for murder of George Floyd (2022)
• 6 excessive force arrests between 2015- 2020
• 22 excessive force complaints in 19 yr career


This is Your Hero?

Looks like a violent criminal to me.
Do you know who ran the Minneapolis PD? Democrats. They also ran the city and state. Are you aware Amy Klobuchar (Democrat, Senator, and former Democrat candidate for POTUS) was the County Attorney over Chauvin and his dpeartment and passed on holding him accountable those numerous times.

DOES THIS SOUND FAMILIAR?

Democrats, letting problem people off the hook, that later leads to violence.

Do you ever, EVER think out your posts before you toss them up.