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Derek Chauvin faces hearing on federal charges in George Floyd’s death

Derek Chauvin faces hearing on federal charges in George Floyd’s death

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, convicted of murder in last year’s death of George Floyd, is scheduled to make an initial appearance in federal court for allegedly violating Floyd’s civil rights. The federal charges allege Chauvin violated Floyd’s rights as he restrained him face-down while he was handcuffed. Three other former officers face similar federal charges.

Kathy
Kathy
edwin
edwin 2 weeks

Well, I said they weren't gonna let him walk. I didn't think they would go for the fed charges anyway after the conviction. Fùcking cold bástards.

chris
chris 2 weeks

We all knew that these pos, poc would pull this BS. Just wait until there are no cops to defend you while you are violating peoples rights.

GreenMachine
GreenMachine 2 weeks

I'm not really sure this is a legal road they want to go down. If convicted then cops would be unable to use force to detain a suspect, at least according to how it is wired in the complaint. This would make the impending gun grab... problematic. If not convicted then the broader narrative that this was done because of racism kinda crumbles since this is the first charge with insinuated racism. So far he has only been convicted of murder, not a hate crime.

chris
chris 2 weeks

Refresh the tree of liberty with the blood of tyrants and succubusses.

Patty
Patty 2 weeks

Leave the man alone

Jacob
Jacob 2 weeks

He deserves an appeal

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