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As for complaints I need more context. Like if chauvin pulled me over for speeding and I was in fact speeding and he gave me the appropriate ticket and told me to have a good day could I still call and complain about him simply cause I was pissed that I got a ticket I deserved?The media has reported extensively on Floyd's past to justify his killing, but what about Chauvin's past? Seems to me like his past is at least as relevant as Floyd's. Derek Chauvin served for 19 years and had 18 complaints and 16 of which were closed w/o any discipline (which we all know means they swept under the rug by the union). Not only was he still on the force, he was TRAINING when he killed George Floyd. Even with all of the video evidence, we're mostly all shocked that he was actually found guilty. If there hadn't been any video evidence, does anyone think he would have even been brought to trial?
How many others did Chauvin abuse in his 19 year career that we don't know of?
Chauvin isn't a good dude. He exemplifies the problem in our system. 18 complaints in 19 years and was a trainer. Is this really the best we can do?
18 complaints in 19 years, and a murder charge: What we know about ex-Minneapolis police officer Derek ChauvinDerek Chauvin was a 19-year veteran of the Minneapolis Police Department who left behind a trail of misconduct complaints and a reputation for aggression, according to police records and those who knew him.www.businessinsider.com.au
Is 1 complaint per year way more or way less than is typical for a police officer?
I don't know what a normal amount of complaints would be.
When citizens deal with cops it's usually not for something fun and awesome so maybe even good cops get lots of complaints. Idk.
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