There is no justice system in the United States and certainly not in Minneapolis.
A Minnesota man who shot at police is acquitted because it was self-defense. The Daily Mail reports:
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A Minneapolis man charged with attempted murder after firing at police officers during the George Floyd protest was acquitted of all charges after claiming he shot back in self defense.
Jaleel Stallings, 29, was acquitted on Wednesday of multiple charges stemming from a shooting last summer where he shot at the Minneapolis Police Department after they opened fire on him with rubber bullets.
The US Army veteran argued the shooting was in self-defense. He testified that he fired three shots at an unmarked white van after he was struck in the chest with what turned out to be a nonlethal rubber bullet fired by the MPD, the Associated Press reported.