In another shocking bit of information indicating that Derek Chauvin is being politically persecuted, it has been revealed that the Department of Justice was secretly planning to arrest Derek Chauvin in court had he been cleared of murdering George Floyd.
According to a report from the Star Tribune, Justice Department officials had spent months gathering evidence to indict the ex-Minneapolis police officer on federal police brutality charges if the jury did not find him guilty.
“If Chauvin were found not guilty on all counts or the case ended in a mistrial, they would arrest him at the courthouse, according to sources familiar with the planning discussions,” the report states. “Now, with Chauvin’s state trial out of the way, federal prosecutors are moving forward with their case. They plan to ask a grand jury to indict Chauvin and the other three ex-officers involved in George Floyd’s killing — J.