Witnesses to Floyd's death seem to feel more guilt than does the man charged with his murder

Ponder that for a minute, writes Issac J. Bailey.

The image of Derek Chauvin, a cop, a supposedly good citizen with a badge and uniform supposedly charged with doing good things, kneeling on the neck of George Floyd, won’t ever leave me. But it’s what went on around them for nine minutes and 29 seconds, and how that scene is being used in his defense, that disturb me more. The anger expressed by those …

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