A new documentary titled “The Fall of Minneapolis” brings to light the shocking truth behind the riots that swept across the city in the summer of 2020 following the death of George Floyd. The film, produced by former CBS news anchor Liz Collin, uncovers evidence of injustice and corruption that has been swept under the rug by the mainstream media and political leaders.
Collin, who was demoted from her news position due to her husband’s role as the Minneapolis police union chief, sets out to present a dispassionate yet damning account of the events that unfolded in the wake of Floyd’s death. Through interviews with key figures, including Chauvin and his mother, the documentary reveals new evidence that calls into question the narrative that has been pushed by the media and politicians.
One of the most shocking revelations in the film is the existence of police bodycam footage that was withheld from the public for two months. This footage, along with other evidence, shows that the hold used by Chauvin on Floyd was an approved technique taught by the Minneapolis Police Department. Despite this, Chauvin was portrayed as a rogue cop in the media and charged with second-degree murder, along with three other officers who were fresh out of the academy.
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The documentary also sheds light on the intense pressure placed on prosecutors to throw the book at Chauvin and the other officers. And while the initial autopsy report found no evidence of asphyxiation or physical injuries to Floyd’s neck, the FBI’s involvement led to a revised report that was used in the trial.
The film also unveils a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by former Hennepin County prosecutor Amy Sweasy, which claims that Attorney General Keith Ellison and other officials railroaded Chauvin and the other officers in order to appease the “Defund the police” movement. Sweasy and three other prosecutors refused to work on the case, stating that it violated professional and ethical rules.
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The comments from Chauvin is featured as part of a new documentary, The Fall of Minneapolis.
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The documentary calls out the cowardice and incompetence of key figures, including Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo, who immediately branded Floyd’s death as murder, and Judge Peter Cahill, who refused to allow exculpatory evidence to be presented in the trial. It also exposes the failings of Mayor Jacob Frey, Governor Tim Walz, and Attorney General Keith Ellison, who all failed to contain the riots and hold the responsible parties accountable.
In the end, “The Fall of Minneapolis” serves as a reminder that the events of the summer of 2020 were not just about seeking justice for George Floyd, but were also driven by political agendas and lies that continue to have a devastating impact on our society. It is a wake-up call to remember the truth and demand accountability from our leaders.