Convictions that changed our world

One of the two most recent “convictions” that have changed our world by triggering violent responses was that Israel had targeted a Gaza hospital as part of its response to the Hamas atrocities of October 7, 2023. The other was the 2021 trial and conviction of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd. His appeal failed two years ago this week. But the documentary The Fall of Minneapolis presents evidence to support the claim that it was a wrongful conviction. And a tragedy for Minneapolis.

The Fall of Minneapolis is a riveting 102 minute not-for profit documentary that is made available free, as a public service. It presents evidence that challenges the narrative that was developed around the death of George Floyd, which triggered riots and the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement.

NEW YORK POST –By Miranda Devine: It’s a self-protective aspect of human nature to put aside painful memories, and that’s what most of us have done about the murderous riots in the summer of 2020 that were sparked by George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis.

But for the people of that fallen city, and for all the cops across the nation who were abandoned and betrayed by their feckless political leaders, the pain still burns bright.

It ought to burn for the rest of us, too, because we still are suffering the consequences, in the catastrophic breakdown of law and order nationwide. We will continue to do so while the lies about George Floyd’s death are left to fester.

The Fall of Minneapolis
A crowdfunded documentary (not for commercial distribution)
Produced and based on the book They’re lying: The Media, The Left and the Death of George Floyd, by Liz Collin
Presented by Alpha News
Written & directed by Dr JC Chaix

“Liz Collin has been a truth-teller for 20 years as a multi-Emmy-Award-winning reporter and anchor. Liz is a Worthington, Minnesota native who lives in the suburbs with her husband, son and loyal lab.”

Dr JC Chaix

“Dr. JC Chaix is an editor, educator, and an expert in media hoaxes, propaganda, and belief revision. He often advises authors and other professionals about policing, criminal law, and various aspects of morality and technology.

“Alpha News reaches audiences across Minnesota through various online platforms, delivering vital news programming. Our coverage spans topics concerning local, state, and federal government, as well as the individuals and personalities shaping these issues.

“Diverging from traditional media, we delve deeper into matters of local significance that are often overlooked in the headlines.”

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12 Responses to Convictions that changed our world

  1. Father Ted Whalensky says:

    Andrew – Classic Yankism – Yankeeism ” Changed the World “. Most people in the world have never heard of Minneapolis-St.Paul or even Minnesota ! ” Changed the world ” – Ludicrous . 🤮 🤮 🤮. !

    • andrew says:

      Would you say the same about George Floyd?

      • Father Ted Whalensky says:

        Andrew – The Brave Chauvin kneed a child to the floor for 17 minutes after bashing him on the head – the child’s mother was crying to the courageous Policeyman – “don’t kill my child please Sir ” – the right were in full support – the whimpering left got Chauvin in prison -eventually – Prison “hard heads”don’t like Policeymens who try to murder children – Wouldn’t sell Chauvin Life Insurance !

        • andrew says:

          Sounds a bit confused there …

          • Father Ted Whalensky says:

            Andrew – sorry – A failure to communicate? I sometimes (often) forget- the right are a bit —-. You surely wouldn’t sell Life Insurance to that type of risk – what Chauvin did to “the kid” cost Minneapolis-St.Paul millions – No matter where Chauvin is imprisoned – he will not be any safer than a black motorist or “kid” was at his mercy – clearly proven ? Unless you are saying Chauvin didn’t done it ? Just as four nice WA. Policeymens didn’t bash little John Pat to death in front of disappearing witnesses !

          • andrew says:

            From the story published here on November 21: “The Fall of Minneapolis is a riveting 102 minute not-for profit documentary that is made available free, as a public service. It presents evidence that challenges the narrative that was developed around the death of George Floyd, which triggered riots and the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement.” Note the phrase “presents evidence”. Evidence matters.
            The link goes to the doco:

      • Father Ted Whalensky says:

        Andrew- so one billion citizens have heard of George Floyd- that leaves 7 billiin citizens yet to be informed – so as to change the World !

  2. Tedious Ted Whalensky says:

    Andrew – Policeymurderman Mick Chauvin has just cost the freezing city of Minneapolis-St.Paul close to Ten Million Dollar for two other neck kneeling events (with up to a dozen other brave Police watching on). The Minneapolis Mayor has publicly stated that Chauvin and the other Lawless Policeymens should have been sacked years ago ! Lefty Mayor Frey further commented – George Floyd would still be alive – The murderer Chauvin has just been stabbed in aTucson Arizona Federal prison – We of vitriolic right wing virtuosity are all are aware that Minneapolis is teeming with lefties – Can’t spell – but having a math IQ of about 145 -Can tell you by Algorithm – every one in USA will end in Prison- fair enough ?

  3. Father Ted Whalensky says:

    Andrew – Thank you – a revelation- to read of Dr.J C Chaix, the Great Forensic Pathologist and his expert cause of death colleagues – Devine and Colon absolutely rubbish the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice and their three lefty morons – the Forensic Doctors Baker Wilson and Baden – cutting of the blood flow to the brain never hurt no one – even George Floyd ! Why can’t these lefties see – Derek Chauvin didn’t do nothing – a wrongful conviction. These Doctors are notorious Lefty Liars.. That Mendacious Maniacal Manock would sure sort that lot out . eg. Derek Bromley. Next thing ya know – some Lefty is going to propose that the occasional bashing murder of an Aboriginal is —de rigueur .

  4. Garry Stannus says:

    Look, if you want to know what Miranda Devine writes these days … it’s more of her same opinionative stuff … have a read … but just ‘cos it’s there in print doesn’t make it true and readers should also consider the manner in which Devine asks us to deplore aspects of that tragic series of events – the death of George Floyd.

    To me, it seems to steer us away from the fact that George Floyd died in those minutes that the Police Officer (Chauvin?) kept his knee firmly, and unrelentingly, on Floyd’s neck. Whether Floyd’s death came as a result of ‘strangulation’ via Chauvin’s knee, or whether he had a heart attack consequential with his being on the ground under such considerable duress … I don’t know.

    But Miranda seems to want to use the riots that followed as the wrongness that we should consider, while there is little from her (Miranda Devine) – if anything – of compassion for the man himself – ‘I can’t breathe’, he said.

    Derek Michael Chauvin killed George Floyd, flagrantly and deliberately. The riots that followed that police murder ‘did not occur in a vacuum.

    What about our Aussie lassie? Justine Damond! She was shot in the same city … when going out to speak to the cops who had turned up in answer to her phone call … after she had heard a woman being attacked in the back street. There have been a series of killings and/or brutality by USA police over years and years. We remember Rodney King.

    I suppose, if I might be allowed to stretch the point, Colin McLaren has perhaps revealed how JFK (the assassinated USA President), eventually sustained the mortal shot … from his own security detail?

    Miranda Devine? – oh, yep … read her Op-ed … perhaps you will find it as being ‘fair comment’ in:

    Perhaps you won’t…

  5. Garry Stannus says:

    Nearly 15 years ago Miranda Devine wrote a piece for the SMH. It was after the bushfires of 2009. The fires were consequence of 13 years of below average rainfall part of which are referred to as the Millenium Drought.

    I wrote to her at the time:

    I was appalled to read your article “Green ideas must take blame for deaths” (SMH Feb 12). In particular I object to your rhetoric: “it is not arsonists who should be hanging from lamp-posts but greenies.”

    That was a terrible thing to write.

    Garry Stannus

    She responded saying that it was not a terrible thing to write and encouraged me to actually read what she had written. Of course, I had read her article in its entirety, but perhaps she needed to believe that her critics were ill-informed, or maybe she was willing to throw a cheap shot, as some do when they are ‘caught out’.

    Is ‘shock jock’ the correct term to apply?

  6. Pv says:

    While I heard that the method used to restrain George Floyd was taught to police as part of their training. Does that diminish the responsibility of the individual police officer to be concerned that to use such a practice for an excessive amount of time may alter the laying of blame from a bad training routine , to abuse of the intention of the method of restraint by the officer involved. We all heard that the knee was on George Floyd’s neck for about 15 minutes. Far too long. !!! During the first couple of minutes no doubt , Floyd was handcuffed with his hands behind his back . After this of course there is no need for knee on neck. I have first hand knowledge of police abusing the process of justice with full intent to do so. It sounds good to say ….extenuating circumstances . If what I say is correct , faulty training methods do not condone anything on their own.

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