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Tag: George Floyd

Minneapolis agrees to pay $2.4M to man who lost eye during...

“It took me a long time to get a job even though I was well qualified because it’s pretty hard to look at a computer screen with one eye after having two.”

3 Minneapolis cops convicted of violating George Floyd’s rights

“Today’s verdict recognizes that two police officers violated the Constitution by failing to intervene to stop another officer from killing George Floyd, and three officers violated the Constitution by failing to provide aid to Mr. Floyd in time to prevent his death."

Policing on trial: Attorney Ben Crump on Fed case against three...

The trial will show the importance of accountability even from police who are bystanders to murder, says Benjamin Crump, part of the legal team for George Floyd’s family.

Ben Crump: Derek Chauvin’s guilty plea of violating George Floyd’s civil...

“To be held accountable on both levels, on state level and federal level, we believe, sends a very clear message that the deliberate indifference and the denial of constitutional rights of marginalized people of color won’t be tolerated.”

Derek Chauvin pleads not guilty to beating black teen

Chauvin is currently serving 22½ years in state prison for killing George Floyd. He pleaded not guilty.

Derek Chauvin sentenced to 22 years in prison for murder

"Now, as Derek Chauvin faces years behind bars, we must come together around our common humanity and continue on towards justice for all.”

Few cops we found using force on George Floyd protesters are...

ProPublica compiled 68 videos that seemed to show officers using disproportionate force on protesters. A year later, police have disclosed discipline for a total of 10 officers.

George Floyd week of action marks anniversary of his murder as...

Floyd’s death in Minneapolis on May 25, 2020, set off a nationwide uprising and global movement calling for an end to racism and for the defense of Black lives.

Former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating rights of George Floyd

All four defendants were charged with deprivation of rights under color of law by willfully failing to aid Floyd, who was “in clear need of medical care.”

Derek Chauvin found guilty of murdering George Floyd

Derek Chauvin was convicted on one count of second degree manslaughter, one count of second degree murder, and one count of third degree murder.

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