Two major allegations against Officer Derek Chauvin, who is charged in the death of George Floyd, are that he knelt on Mr. Floyd’s neck for 8 minutes causing Floyd’s death and that he may have done so because he hated black people. However, after viewing additional close-up body cam footage, at least one prominent black man disagreed under oath to this narrative: the chief of the Minneapolis Police department, Mr. Medaria Arradondo.
Yesterday, Chauvin’s attorney questioned the chief of police of Minneapolis. During the questioning, the attorney asked the chief whether he is aware of Camera Perspective Bias which is essentially the ability of camera positioning in relationship to an incident to cause optical illusions.
BREAKING: Chauvin attorney just asked the chief of police if he was familiar with Camera Perspective Bias.
He said no.
Then att'y showed police bodycam side-by-side with the FB video and chief stated the knee appears to be on Floyd's