Domestic Terrorists Hit Former Home of Chauvin Defense Witness, Left Severed Pig’s Head on Porch
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Domestic terrorists, dressed in black, attacked a home that was once owned by Barry Brodd, a former Santa Rosa police officer who testified on behalf of the defense in the Derek Chauvin trial.
Brodd, a consultant on police practices and use of force, testified Tuesday as a paid expert witness for the defense.
He testified that his review of the evidence in the high-profile case led him to the opinion that the type of force Chauvin used on George Floyd was justified and that the former Minneapolis police officer “was acting with objective reasonableness following Minneapolis Police Department policy and current standards of law enforcement in his interactions with Mr. Floyd.”
The homeowner called police early Saturday morning to report that a group of domestic terrorists had covered their home in blood. They also left behind a severed pig’s head.
“Officers arrived to find the front of the victim’s house smeared with what appeared to be animal blood and a decapitated pig’s head near the front porch,” the police said in a statement. “The vandalism to the victim’s house exceeded $400 making the crime committed by the suspects a felony vandalism.”
The police department said it appears the suspects in this vandalism were targeting Mr. Brodd for his testimony.
“Mr. Brodd has not lived at the residence for a number of years and is no longer a resident of California,” the police said in a statement. “Because Mr. Brodd no longer lives in the city of Santa Rosa, it appears the victim was falsely targeted.”
A large hand statue in front of the Santa Rosa Plaza was also vandalized. Police say they believe the statue was covered in animal blood.
“The suspects also left a sign in front of the statue which had a picture of a pig and read ‘Oink Oink,'” the police stated.