Chauvin's Legal Bill Is Being Footed by His Former Co-Workers

The Minneapolis Police Association is reportedly footing the bill to defend killer-cop Derek Chauvin.
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The Minneapolis Police Association is reportedly footing the bill to defend killer-cop Derek Chauvin.

George Floyd's tragic death on May 25, 2020, after an encounter with Minneapolis police has brought former officer Derek Chauvin's name front and center. His trial has become the focal point of the fallout from Floyd's death.

And while it may appear that all the odds are stacked against the embattled former officer, there is a seriously wealthy group backing Chauvin's defense.

With that being said, who exactly is paying the hefty legal bill for Chauvin's defense, and what kind of vested interest do they have in his potential acquittal? Here's a breakdown of all the known details.

Although it was initially reported by some outlets that Chauvin's defense was being taken care of by the Minneapolis Police Union, it is in fact the Minneapolis Police Association that is footing the hefty bill.

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