Derek Chauvin murder trial
The third anniversary since George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis, all four of the former-police officers involved in the kneeling killing have finally been fully held accountable for their actions and inactions on that fateful day.
Derek Chauvin was sentenced to 22.5 years in prison for murdering George Floyd.
Brandon Mitchell recalled feeling "stress" and "pressure," but not to deliver a guilty verdict. Instead, he said, it was having to repeatedly see the explicit video footage of George Floyd being killed that took an emotional toll on him.
The trial outcome of George Floyd’s murderer was a relief – until it wasn’t. On the heels of the verdict, we now say the name of yet another young life viciously stolen by state violence: 16-year old Ma’Khia Bryant.
As George Floyd's family celebrates Derek Chauvin's murder conviction, the fight for justice and broader demands of police accountability continue.
Civil rights leaders rejoiced that Derek Chauvin was convicted for killing George Floyd. But their collective sigh of relief was tempered as they reminded people that the fight for equality and justice is far from over.
A jury found Derek Chauvin guilty of killing George Floyd with a historic verdict that took less than 12 hours to reach.
Maxine Waters stood with protestors in Minnesota over the weekend, enraging Republicans who accused her of “domestic terrorism” for saying that people should stay in the streets.
The Tuesday announcement comes two weeks after Sheskey returned from administrative leave. Inaction in Kenosha, along with the resignations in the Daunte Wright killing outside of Minneapolis, raise renewed concerns about policing and discipline.
Dr. Martin Tobin, a pulmonary specialist, used graphics and detailed descriptions to back up his medical assessment that Chauvin's use of force resulted in low oxygen levels that damaged Floyd's brain, causing his heart to stop.
The eyewitness testimony of Donald Williams was at once confident, emotional and unflappable as Derek Chauvin's defense lawyer tried in vain to discredit him and get under his skin.
The prosecution and defense attorneys debated the so-called "spark of life" doctrine ahead of anticipated references to George Floyd's prior drug use during Derek Chauvin's murder trial. Here's what that means.
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