Here is a type of Greek tragedy. Just considering the trial and not the preceding events: Using the definition that Greek tragedy shows the downfall of a person of renown brought about by hubris. Hubris is an intrinsic character trait (thus genetic) and in the case of Chauvin, it may be not his hatred of anyone but his determination against all other considerations to accomplish his job. The chorus is the world of onlookers at the trial via media.
Referring to the genetic frequencies for the allele for A- trait, the USA has very similar frequency as the world at large. So Chauvin is being judged by this genetic habitancy makeup. While Europe has an equal balance, the world balance is tilted more toward non A- trait. So, the "chorus" and "jury" in the US being more emotional than rational along with the world at large is likely to acquit Chauvin. In comparison, in Europe, he would be more likely to be convicted since A trait the more emotional trait is balanced equally by the A- trait, the rational trait. If held in Europe, at the conclusion of the trial, the chorus can feel fear and pity that this defendant lost his life because of his hubris. The community is satisfied though sad that life has once again shown us the horror of living. In the US on the other hand, Chauvin will be acquitted, mayhem and destruction will reign for a time, and we will all have learned nothing.