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    Chauvin Juror Who Promised Judge Impartiality Now Says People Should Join Juries ‘to Spark Some Change’

    He wore a BLM shirt that read: “Get your knee off our necks."
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    Useless menace and threat to humanity nigger Floyd got exactly what it long deserved: batwings. Good fucking riddance. Now it's time to get Chauvin competent legal representation and overturn that total travesty of justice.
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    Lying in court, under oath - a felony. Sounds like grounds to set aside the verdict and have a new trial. But don't hold your breath.
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    If there is any justice in MN, there will be a mistrial declared and this nigger juror charged with perjury. This is just the latest in a string of valid legal reasons for a new trial.


    2020 Minnesota Statutes
    609.48 PERJURY.
    §Subdivision 1.Acts constituting. Whoever makes a false material statement not believing it to be true in any of the following cases is guilty of perjury and may be sentenced as provided in subdivision 4:
    (1) in or for an action, hearing or proceeding of any kind in which the statement is required or authorized by law to be made under oath or affirmation


    Subd. 4.Sentence. Whoever violates this section may be sentenced as follows:
    (1) if the false statement was made upon the trial of a felony charge, or upon an application for an explosives license or use permit, to imprisonment for not more than seven years or to payment of a fine of not more than $14,000, or both; or


    (2) in all other cases, to imprisonment for not more than five years or to payment of a fine of not more than $10,000, or both.
    tweakstick \ˈtwēkˈstik\ 1: A small plastic calibration tool, used for making adjustments on electrical or mechanical equipment. 2: A large wooden calibration tool, used for making adjustments on antiquated farm equipment.

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