Before the Black Lives Matter race riots and the endorsement of the hate group by every major corporation and branch of government, juries could be counted on to do their jobs. Since then that’s no longer been the case with successful lynchings of police officers in the George Floyd drug overdose case and others.
Bringing any police officer to trial in the Breonna Taylor case, a case where police officers were literally shooting back, was a spectacular violation of the law.
And it failed.
Brett Hankison, the officer who was put on trial, was not even the one who shot the girlfriend of the drug dealer. It took Kentucky jurors very little time to throw out this attempted lynching of a police officer, who was defending his colleagues from a dangerous gunman.
They resisted the pressure by the media and politicians to lynch a police officer.
These days that’s a heroic act.