With the jury expected to come back with a verdict on former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in the near future, the fake news media is releasing more identifying information about jurors.
Although the fake news has not named the jurors explicitly, they are releasing more information about them that could be used by ANTIFA terrorists, Black Lives Matter thugs and other abhorrent reprobates to discover their identities in the event they choose to acquit Chauvin of wrongdoing in the death of drug-addicted serial felon George Floyd.
“The tensions there and people potentially being upset depending on what the jury returns. I know the jury is partially sequestered right now, meaning that they are not allowed to have their phones or check their devices while in court, but they’re in a break now which would be a period where they could check and they would have access to their devices,” the CBS News anchor said to set up the stage for partially doxxing the jurors.
.@jamieyuccas reports on the makeup of the 14 jurors in the Derek Chauvin trial. At least one of them lives in Brooklyn Center, where Daunte Wright was fatally shot by police last week. https://t.co/QAcai1sXgl pic.twitter.com/CC3QNMjnDn
— CBS News (@CBSNews) April 19, 2021
“Do you have any sense from covering this from the beginning, from being in the court room on a couple of days, that the jury is aware of the powder-keg and the significance around the trial, the eyes of the world, the larger meaning of what is at stake here in the court,” he said to reporter Jamie Yuccas.
Yuccas then started to explain the movement of the jurors, how they are transported in and out of the courtroom, and shared details about them to the public.
“Well, they’ve been keeping the jury very tight together as they are coming in and out of court. So we know there is a tunnel system underneath the government center, and they have been bringing the jurors up through that. The only times the jurors have been seen within the government center is when they have lunch, which is in the basement of the cafeteria,” she said.