If Derek Chauvin’s Knee On George Floyd’s Shoulder Not Neck for Nine Minutes Then Guilty Verdict Difficult to Render


Minneapolis police chief Medaria Arradando agreed that what is known as “camera angle bias” can give the wrong impression about what actually happened, that Mr Chauvin had his knee on George Floyd’s shoulder, not on his neck, during the same time period that the pedestrian Frazier’s video seemed to show knee on neck, so if Chauvin’s knee was positioned the same in that video (the knee on shoulder) through the entire nine minutes, a guilty verdict could be hard to come by.