In Florida, Andrew Coffee IV was found not guilty, drawing comparisons to Kyle Rittenhouse.

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In Florida, Andrew Coffee IV was found not guilty, drawing comparisons to Kyle Rittenhouse.

In Florida, Andrew Coffee IV was found not guilty, drawing comparisons to Kyle Rittenhouse.

Just hours after Rittenhouse’s conviction, Andrew Coffee IV was found not guilty on all counts of murder and attempted first-degree murder.

In the aftermath of Kyle Rittenhouse’s acquittal, many people on social media, including some Democrats, have argued that race matters in the legal system.

On the same day, a Black man in Vero Beach, Florida, received a similar verdict for a shooting at his home.

Many people mocked those who claimed Rittenhouse would have been convicted if he had been black.

Representatives from the Democratic Party, including Rep.

Some conservatives have incorrectly claimed that residents want to “burn down” Kenosha, with the term “burn it down” trending on Twitter. Jerry Nadler and Governor Kathy Hochul have condemned the Rittenhouse verdict, while President Joe Biden said he was “angry and disturbed.”

If race played a role in the decision, Florida appears to have reconsidered.

The Brinkwire has some breaking news for you.

‘I’d just flatline,’ Kyle Rittenhouse was mocked for declaring his desire to work as a nurse. ‘None of our lives are important,’ Anthony Huber and Joseph Rosenbaum’s families say in response to the Rittenhouse verdict.

On November 19, just hours after Rittenhouse’s verdict was read, Andrew Coffee IV was found not guilty on all counts of murder and attempted first-degree murder.

Despite the disappointment of the Indian River County Sheriff, Coffee, like Rittenhouse, is now a free man, regardless of his race.

In the 2017 shooting incident, Coffee was acquitted.

Coffee’s girlfriend Alteria Woods was caught in the crossfire during an early-morning raid on Coffee’s home in 2017.

After Woods was killed by ten bullets, Coffee and two law enforcement officials were charged.

Coffee was the only defendant in the case after a grand jury exonerated the two officers.

He was charged with six counts in connection with the gunfight, including second-degree murder and attempted murder of a law enforcement officer.

The jury deliberated for 11 hours after the trial, with Coffee insisting that he fired in self-defense, the same justification offered by Rittenhouse.

“There was clearly overreaction and overreach on the part of the sheriff’s department during that raid.”

They should have gone back, but they didn’t.

“And this is what happens when you go into a potentially explosive situation without all of the facts,” Coffee’s lawyer, Adam Chrzan, said after the verdict.

Coffee, on the other hand, was charged with having a firearm or ammunition in the possession of a convicted felon.

He could face a sentence of up to 30 years for that offense because he has four felony convictions.

He plans to appeal the guilty verdict on that charge, according to reports.

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