The Fall of Minneapolis – Can one be assured an impartial jury?

The Sixth Amendment provides those accused of a criminal act the right to a speeded and public trial by an impartial jury. Historically, trials have been moved out of jurisdictions where public information may have manipulated the pool of jurors.

In certain cases, this does not seem to be happening. A current example is the Trump indictments. In my opinion, prosecutors are choosing specific state or federal jurisdictions to ensure the jury pool – or judge – will have a preconceived negative opinion of the former president. Why would the document case be tried in Washington, D.C., instead of Florida?

A more interesting example is the trials of Derek Chauvin, Tou Thao, J. Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane in Minneapolis. All were convicted in Hennepin County District Court in Minneapolis. Do we recall what happened during the riots after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis?

Do we recall the statements by elected politicians, leaders and clergy immediately after Floyd’s death? I’m reminded of President Obama’s “acted stupidly” comment referring to Cambridge, Massachusetts, police officers. He tainted the entire US population with that one comment, but the comments and media reports coming out of Minnesota were much worse.

I encourage you to watch The Fall of Minneapolis. It is a 100-minute documentary based on the book by Liz Collin entitled They’re Lying: The Media, The Left, and The Death of George Floyd (affiliate link).

Award-winning investigative journalist Liz Collin sets the record straight. She uncovers what really happened on Chicago Avenue and exposes the truth of the 2020 riots.

Based on conversations with those who were there—including Derek Chauvin, Thomas Lane, and other Minneapolis police officers who’ve never spoken out before—Liz exposes how the facts were manipulated to dupe and divide America.

You can watch the video for free on Rumble or watch it below. It does seem a bit difficult to find the documentary via the search function in Rumble. The trailers come up, but the full-length film does not. If you have the Rumble App on your smart TV, you can search for, or go to, the AlphaNewsMN channel. The video is currently at the top of that channel’s releases.

The Fall of Minneapolis


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Steve McGough

Steve's a part-time conservative blogger. Steve grew up in Connecticut and has lived in Washington, D.C. and the Bahamas. He resides in Connecticut, where he’s comfortable six months of the year.
Fall of Minneapolis documentary

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