Federal prosecution of these defendants makes no sense — except as a political matter.
Chauvin was convicted of murder last month.
The appeal alleges that pretrial publicity made a fair trial impossible.
He claimed that his reason for attending the protest was that he’d never visited Washington, D.C. before.
Federal prosecutors have been building out their own criminal case in private before a grand jury.
Dems celebrated the Chauvin verdict with religious fervor — and may have gone too far.
We have reached a dangerous pass if people are to be deterred from testifying on the ‘wrong’ side of politically fraught cases.
‘Qualified immunity is a problem. It’s a pretty simple solution: Don’t sue the police officer, sue the department,’ Graham said.