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Alternate Juror Claims ‘I Didn’t Want to Go Through the Rioting’ In Recent Interview

by Graham Allen Team

AN ALTERNATE JUROR FOR THE DEREK CHAUVIN TRIAL IS NOW OPENING UP WITH STUNNING REVELATIONS ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED…

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After the death of George Floyd and the guilty charge account by the jury over Derek Chauvin’s trial, one alternate juror is opening up about her motives and her ALMOST decision…

Lisa Christensen, a native of Brooklyn Center, spoke out in an interview giving new light to the truth about what happened during the trial.

“I just had a fascinating sit-down interview with one of the alternate jurors in the Derek Chauvin trial,” reporter Lou Raguse, of KARE 11 said on Twitter on Thursday.

“Lisa Christensen was the juror who lived in Brooklyn Center. One night she could hardly make it home after testimony ended because of protesters blocking intersections,” the reporter claimed.

“Christensen thought Derek Chauvin was guilty … Dr. Martin Tobin was the witness who influenced her the most toward that conclusion,” according to Lou Raguse.

“That demonstration where the jurors felt their necks? Extremely effective,” Raguse went on to say about Christensen’s new revelations

“She went home every night and took additional notes about how each witness … When he turned and said, Number 96, you’re an alternate, yeah, my heart broke a little bit,” the KARE 11 reporter claimed.

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These revelations seem to be run-of-the-mill, however, what Christensen admitted next is the true BOMBSHELL report…

“This was shocking to me, but Christensen told me she and the other jurors didn’t even share their real names and occupations with each other … Just called each other by juror number. Got along but mostly made small talk. Concerned about saying ‘too much.’”

The fact that they were ‘concerned about saying too much’ means there could have been intimidation within the jury itself.

When the reporter asked about the riots in her hometown of Brooklyn Center, this was her response:



It did not impact me as far as the trial went. However, only being about six blocks from the police department, I could hear everything. When I came home, I could hear the helicopters flying over my house… I could hear the flash bangs going off. If I stepped outside, I could see the smoke from the grenades. One day, the trial ran a little late, and I had trouble getting to my house, because the protesters were blocking the interstate, so I had to go way around. I was aware, but it did not affect me at all.

According to the report, one juror said:

“I did not want to go through rioting and destruction again and I was concerned about people coming to my house if they were not happy with the verdict.”

The juror closed by talking about the George Floyd family and saying:

I would apologize to them. I really feel their pain and their struggle. I have not personally been to 38th and Chicago, but I think I will. It will be the final closure for me to pay my respects and let George Floyd know that we did the best that we could. I am sad for him too. I wish it didn’t have to happen. I do not know how it goes from a $20 counterfeit bill to somebody dying. He should have just written him a ticket and let him go. I think it got out of hand quick.

Read the full reaction in the Twitter thread below:

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