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Good friend of the show and former police officer Brandon Tatum joined a network on the BBC to discuss the Chauvin trial and verdict. We don't know what the host was thinking or what he was expecting, but we don't think it was the truth bombs Tatum unloaded on the program.
Tatum said the Chauvin trial was not a landmark case and it was purely drive-by politics.
'This was an interaction between a police officer, who I thought did the wrong thing, and a black man who was on drugs, high, resisting arrest, and ended up being killed,' he said.
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He went on to say that the President came out and made a fool of himself with the idea of promoting a racist system in a 'simple' police encounter that the officer was convicted on.
The BBC got a black police officer on to discuss Chauvin's convictions, they clearly weren't expecting the truth bombs and ended the interview prematurely.
Video Part 1 pic.twitter.com/321jkVkwFl— Voice Of Wales (@VoiceOfWales) April 22, 2021
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Part 2 pic.twitter.com/rvYmQ7zd5m