The Department of Justice (DOJ) was preparing to immediately re-apprehend police officer Derek Chauvin and hit him with additional charges if he was acquitted by his peers in the court of law.
The Star Tribune has learned that the DOJ would have re-arrested Chauvin and hit him with additional charges if he were acquitted of murdering drug addict George Floyd or if a mistrial were declared. This demonstrates how the entire proceeding against Chauvin was an orchestrated show trial.
The feds intended to hit Chauvin with civil rights violations, even though no evidence has ever been produced that his actions were racially motivated. The three other police officers