A newly reduced prison sentence for former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor, who was originally convicted of third-degree murder, has prompted speculation about the legal implications it has for Derek Chauvin, who was found guilty of the same charge for killing George Floyd.

Derek Chauvin and his legal team have reportedly been negotiating a federal plea deal that could provide some context to the cryptic message that the convicted murderer gave George Floyd's family in court during his sentencing.

During his sentencing, convicted murderer Derek Chauvin finally broke his silence and addressed the court before offering a cryptic message to the family of George Floyd.

Derek Chauvin was sentenced to 22.5 years in prison for murdering George Floyd.

Minnesota prosecutors want Derek Chauvin to get a stiffer penalty for killing George Floyd than prescribed by law because of his "particular cruelty."