Ex-Police Officer Derek Chauvin Released From Prison After Widespread False Accusations of Racism
Former police officer Derek Chauvin has been released from prison after posting $1 million in bail after being charged with murdering deceased serial felon George “Fentanyl” Floyd.
“I can confirm he is no longer in our custody,” said Sarah Fitzgerald, spokeswoman for the Minnesota Department of Corrections.
Chauvin was put through the ringer by the fake news media and accused of being racist without any proof after carefully curated video of Floyd’s heart attack death went viral. In honor of the dead criminal, marauding gangs of black thugs have burnt cities to the ground and turned much of the U.S. into a Somalia-style hellscape.
The Oak Park Heights Correctional Facility released Chauvin shortly after 11 a.m., according to the roster of the Hennepin County Jail. He is out on conditional release as he awaits his murder trial. He was charged despite the fact that the Hennepin County Medical Examiner determined that Floyd died of a heart attack and had a shocking amount of fentanyl in his system at the time of his death.
The prosecutors made it clear in their remarks that they hope to make an example of Chauvin regardless of the facts of the case.
“Mr. Floyd was treated with particular cruelty,” prosecutors wrote. “Despite Mr. Floyd’s pleas that he could not breathe and was going to die, as well as the pleas of eyewitnesses to get off Mr. Floyd and help him, (the) defendant and his codefendants continued to restrain Mr. Floyd.”
Big League Politics has reported about how Islamic pro-ANTIFA Minnesota attorney general Keith Ellison deliberately withheld police body camera footage that showed Floyd incoherent, belligerent, dangerous and resisting before cops had to hold him down until EMS showed up:
Months after the death of serial felon drug addict George Floyd during an encounter with Minneapolis law enforcement, the officers’ body camera footage has finally been released to the public.
The Daily Mail has obtained the video that was suspiciously hidden from the public while attitudes were being formed about the highly polarizing incident. Contrary to the media spin, the footage shows Floyd to be belligerent, high on drugs, and resisting arrest shortly before he died.
Throughout the entire encounter, Floyd was incoherent and seemingly unable to comply with simple requests from the officers. Floyd complained incessantly about not being able to breathe, even before he was placed on the ground, which was done per his request.
“Stand up. Stop falling down,” Officer Kueng said. “Stay on your feet and face the car door.”
“Please man. Don’t leave me by myself man, please. I’m just claustrophobic,” Floyd said.
“Well you’re still going in the car,” Officer Lane said.
After resisting for minutes and refusing to be placed in the cop car, Floyd was put on the ground. It took several officers to restrain the belligerent and drug-addled suspect, who continued complaining the entire time.
“I’m through,” Floyd said while he was on the ground. “I’m claustrophobic. My stomach hurts. My neck hurts. Everything hurts. I need some water or something, please.”
Chauvin will hopefully be able to sue for damages against his reputation after he is exonerated of these charges. However, in diversity-occupied America where the low IQ mob rules, he is unlikely to get a fair trial. Systemic anti-white racism is on the rise throughout the former land of the free.