October 19, 2021

Florida Man Admits to Threatening to Murder Derek Chauvin’s Defense Attorney

A Florida man admitted to threatening Derek Chauvin’s protection lawyer.

On Wednesday, 42-year-old Josh Hartnett of Coral Gables pleaded responsible to threatening to homicide Chauvin’s protection lawyer, Eric Nelson. This comes after Hartnett known as the Minnesota Police and Peace Officers Affiliation and left an 18-second voicemail for Nelson on April 6.

“Hey, you and your whole f–king family are going to f—king die, you motherf—er, for representing Chauvin, a f—king murderer,” mentioned Harnett within the voicemail. The affiliation funded Chauvin’s protection within the case involving the homicide of George Floyd. “Now, you all are going to f—king die a worse death than Floyd, you motherf—-. All of you piece of sh—,” he continued.

After Chauvin was convicted of second-degree unintentional homicide, third-degree homicide, and second-degree manslaughter, he was sentenced to 22 and half years in jail again in June. Hartnett pleaded not responsible to one depend of transmitting a risk by interstate communications. He’s now taking a look at a most of 5 years in jail. His sentencing will happen on December 15.