Former home of protection witness in Derek Chauvin trial vandalized with pig’s head, blood

SANTA ROSA, Calif. — The previous property of a gentleman who testified as section of previous Minneapolis law enforcement officer Derek Chauvin‘s protection in his ongoing murder trial was vandalized above the weekend, police declare.

According to law enforcement in Santa Rosa, Calif., the former home of Barry Brodd was vandalized early Saturday morning, April 17, with a pig’s head and animal blood.

Having said that, law enforcement explained, Brodd, a previous coaching officer in the city, no lengthier even lives in California.

The existing owners claimed that they woke up at 3 a.m. when a group of individuals in all black clothing threw a pig’s head on their porch and splattered blood on their front door and garage door. The vandals supposedly put blood on another statue in the city just before fleeing the scene.

Brodd, a use-of-pressure expert, testified April 13 that Chauvin acted with “objective reasonableness” although restraining George Floyd on May 25, 2020, before Floyd’s death. Santa Rosa Police Chief Rainer Navarro slammed the testimony and pointed out that Brodd experienced not labored for the department since 2004.

Several prosecuting witnesses, like types who actually worked for Chauvin’s division, presented contradictory testimony.

Closing arguments in the Chauvin demo start out Monday, April 19.

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