Thomas Lane, who held down George Floyd's legs while Derek Chauvin committed murder, had murder charges against him dropped in exchange for a plea deal that could see the ex-Minneapolis police officer released in two years.
The U.S. Department of Justice is defending its decision to offer a plea deal to the convicted murderers of Ahmaud Arbery, but an attorney representing the deceased jogger's family is pushing back on the feds' narrative.
Kenosha Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger proposed a privileged plea agreement that would dismiss felony counts against Dominick Black, who was charged for buying the rifle Kyle Rittenhouse used to kill two people.
Lawyers for William "Roddie" Bryan, one of the three white men charged with murdering Ahmaud Arbery, reportedly offered a plea deal to the prosecution, but it was immediately rejected, civil rights attorney Lee Merritt said.
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.
One of the two teens involved in the March incident recently plead guilty to felony murder and will be committed to the D.C. Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services until she turns 21, while the other teen, a 13-year-old girl, awaits sentencing.
Zeitz was a popular, semi-professional gamer who had fans worldwide. He was the subject of a 2015 documentary titled Level Up, detailing the impact his murder had on family, friends, and fellow gamers.
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