Sage Against the Machine

“It’s fair to say you grew angrier and angrier?” Nelson asked. “I grew professional and professional. I stayed in my body,” Williams replied. “You can’t paint me out to be angry.” A very powerful moment from the Chauvin trial. WaPo: The witness would not be described as angry. (Even though he has a couple centuries worth of reasons to be pretty pissed…)

+ The defense pushed the anger angle with a firefighter who was on scene but was prevented from attempting to save George Floyd’s life: “I don’t know if you’ve seen anybody been killed, but it’s upsetting.” Firefighter Testifies: ‘I Was Desperate To Help … And This Human Was Denied That.’ Here’s the latest from CNN.

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