On today’s Daily: Senior police officials are condemning his actions and bystanders are recounting the trauma of having witnessed his actions. The prosecution’s case so far in the murder trial of Derek Chauvin. I spoke with @jeligon in Minneapolis. https://t.co/YAir4EaJtP
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@mikiebarb @jeligon Somehow when I read your tweet I hear your voice 👍
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@mikiebarb @nytimes @jeligon The prosecution haven't done well, at all, in actual evidence though, but I guess emotionality is the most important thing nowadays.
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@mikiebarb @jeligon This was so hard to hear this morning on my way into work. But needed.
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@mikiebarb @jeligon Journalists covering trials focus on the interesting dramas rather than the facts the jury will review to determine the verdict. This causes the public to be confused when the verdict doesn't match the narrative presented by the media. Don't do that.
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@mikiebarb @jeligon The police chiefs testimony was not particularly relevant. It was purely a political statement.
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@mikiebarb @jeligon This was a powerful episode. As a bystander, I would have probably been arrested because I would have saved a life that day.
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@mikiebarb @jeligon This is probably the video of Floyd's tragic death that the public should be watching. https://t.co/MtOvlvyJnc
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