Denver woman is cleared of running over George Floyd protester who jumped on ...

Denver woman is cleared of running over George Floyd protester who jumped on ...
Denver woman is cleared of running over George Floyd protester who jumped on ...
Denver woman is CLEARED of running over George Floyd protester who jumped on the hood of her car after telling court she was scared for her safety Jennifer Watson, 37, was found not guilty of assault after she was captured hitting a George Floyd protestor as she attempts to drive off Her attorney said Watson was afraid because 'she was surrounded by people who began kicking and hitting her car and taunting and yelling at her'  Video of the incident capturing Watson's SUV driving through an intersection surrounded by protesters went viral last year 22-year-old Max Bailey, who was captured on the hood of her Watson's car, says he was on her hood to protect the other protestors from Watson

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A Denver woman accused of running over a George Floyd protestor was cleared of assault after she told the court that she was scared for her safety.

Jennifer Watson, 37, was found not guilty after she was caught on camera behind the wheel of a black SUV which is surrounded by a crowd of protestors and hitting a man as she attempts to drive off. 

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The crowd of people had gathered near the Denver capitol on May 28 2020 to protest the murder of George Floyd, which took place in Minneapolis three days earlier. 

Her attorney Ryan Brackley told 9News.com that Watson was afraid during the encounter because 'she was surrounded by people who began kicking and hitting her

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