Alleged murderer of African-American George Floyd, Minneapolis' ex-cop Derek Chauvin was released on a $1 million bail on October 7. While Floyd’s family lawyers called Chauvin’s release a "painful reminder" that "we are still far from achieving justice", hundreds of people protested the decision on streets. Earlier, Chauvin was arrested after a video surfaced, wherein he could be seen kneeling on Floyd’s neck for nine minutes causing the… read-more
Nine out of 12 Minneapolis City Council members showed their intent in voting out and disbanding the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) at a rally held on a Minneapolis Park on June 7. This rendered as an aftermath of police brutality resulted in the death of George Floyd. An alternative non-violent community-led public safety… read-more
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A judge has set bail at $1.25m for Derek Chauvin, former Minneapolis police officer who has been charged with second-degree murder for killing George Floyd. Chauvin appeared in court by video link on June 8 to the face charges during which he said almost nothing during an 11-minute hearing. He remains detained in MinnesotaÔÇÖs maximum-security prison in Oak Park Heights.
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The former Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin, seen on video using his knee to pin down George Floyd has been charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter on May 29. The Hennepin County Attorney, Mike Freeman, said that Chauvin had been arrested and that the investigation was ongoing regarding the other 3 officers who were present at the scene.
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