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George Floyd Video

Unruhen in den USA: So reagieren die Stars, Nicht nur Barack Obama: In den Chor des öffentlichen Protests in den USA stimmen zahlreiche Prominente ein., Abendzeitung

Ariana Grande, Nick Cannon, Timothée Chalamet and serval other celebrities were spotted protesting the death of George Floyd over the weekend.

George Floyd Video

George Floyd Video

George Floyd, I give my take on this black male who died in the hands of the Minneapolis police.

George Floyd Video

Einwohner von Houston, der Heimatstadt des getöteten Afroamerikaners George Floyd, sind am Sonntag zusammengekommen, um sich in einem gemeinsamen Gebet bei den Afroamerikanern für die Jahre des Rassismus zu entschuldigen. Ein Video von diesem starken Moment i…

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George Floyd Video

Former President Barack Obama on Monday published a piece on Medium addressing the nationwide protests in the wake of the death of George Floyd — laying out his ideas for how the country “can sustain momentum to bring about real change,” while also deriding …

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George Floyd Police Brutality Murder Video Footage, These Cops Should Be Publicly Eliminated. Four Minneapolis officers are fired after video shows one kneeling on neck of black man who later died. May 26, 2020 at 9:25 p.m. EDT
Four Minneapolis police officers were fired Tuesday, authorities said, amid protests and outrage after a viral video showed one of them kneeling on the neck of a handcuffed black man who cried that he could not breathe and later died.

A bystander’s video of the incident on the city’s south side captured George Floyd telling the officers “I cannot breathe” as he is pinned to the ground, and as an increasingly distraught crowd of onlookers pleads with the officer to move his knee.

The officers involved in the incident have not been identified, but Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey (D) announced Tuesday afternoon that they had been terminated.

“It is the right decision for our city, the right decision for our community. It is the right decision for the Minneapolis Police Department,” Frey said at a news conference with Police Chief Medaria Arradondo. “We’ve stated our values, and ultimately we need to live by them.”

The Minneapolis Police Department originally said that Floyd, who was stopped Monday night on a report of a forgery, had “physically resisted officers.” But in a Tuesday interview with local outlet North News, Frey said that as additional information was revealed, “it became clear that the original statement was not accurate.”

Arradondo said during the news conference that he had decided to ask the FBI to investigate after receiving “additional information” about the incident from a community source, but he declined to elaborate.

Calling in the FBI was “the very clear and obvious choice when you watch the footage provided in the civilian video,” Frey said in the North News interview.

“For five minutes we watched as a white officer pressed his knee into the neck of a black man who was helpless,” the mayor said. “For five whole minutes. This was not a matter of a split-second poor decision.”

The quick dismissals of the officers contrast with several previous high-profile incidents, including the 2014 death of Eric Garner in New York. After other deadly encounters between civilians and police, officers involved have often retained their jobs for a time — including the police officer recorded with his arm around Garner’s neck, who was fired five years later.

Minneapolis-area law enforcement has faced criticism in recent years over its use of force. In a 2016 incident that drew widespread condemnation, an officer with the suburban St. Anthony Police Department shot and killed 32-year-old Philando Castile during a traffic stop, the aftermath of which was streamed live on Facebook.

New video shows events before the handcuffing of a black man in Minneapolis

Bystander video shows the Fort Lauderdale officer pushing the protester, whose hands were in the air.

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Nouvelle vidéo de l’arrestation initiale de George Floyd, Voir

WASHINGTON D.C., DC — Senator Tom Cotton is suggesting that President Donald Trump use the Insurrection Act to „deploy active-duty military forces“ to cities across America to „ensure this violence ends tonight.“ In an appearance on Fox and Friends, Cotton di…

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