Potential Jurors in George Floyd Killing Case Are Afraid They’ll Be Targeted. Can’t Imagine Why?


PJ Media: Jury selection in the trial of the former police officer accused of killing George Floyd started Monday with protesters, speeches, and his sister noisily marching outside the courthouse while calling for justice.

“When justice is done, it is a joy to the righteous but terror to evildoers.” Proverbs 21:15

Some of the people being considered for jury service in the trial of Derek Chauvin said that they were worried for their lives and the safety of their families if selected to serve on the jury.

Their fear is entirely understandable.

Floyd’s death led to nearly $2 billion in losses from arsons, looting, rioting, and mayhem. Nineteen people were shot. Read More