Florida man William John Hartnett, who threatened to kill a lawyer for representing Derek Chauvin during the former Minneapolis cop's murder trial, is facing five years in prison after he pleaded guilty.
The disgraced R&B singer is expected to be sentenced on May 4, 2022, after a federal jury found him guilty on sex trafficking and racketeering charges on Sept. 27.
Many feel that Chauvin's guilty verdict could launch massive reform in policing across the country, but with the simultaneous killing of 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant, there is undoubtedly more work left to do.
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