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In Harlem, Chauvin Verdict Represents ‘a Little Bit of Justice’
The final verdict in the murder trial of Derek Chauvin was broadcast live across the country. Our camera captured reaction from New York.
“Well, we’re waiting for the verdict I’m just hoping that, you know, the verdict is just. We get the wrong side of the verdict most of the time. It’s sad, but you become numb to it. Looks like they’re about to say it.” “Verdict, Count 1: guilty.” “But we have to see all the counts.” “… find the defendant guilty …” “OK. They made sure he got all of them.” “Are these your true and correct verdicts?” “Yes.” “Finally. Finally. That’s good.” “I’m glad he’s guilty, basically. Saving, I guess, a lot of trouble on tonight’s news. A lot of fires. A lot of shootings.” “Hey, a little bit of justice. That’s all I can say. One down, a million to go.”
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