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Three US ex-cops convicted of rights violations in George Floyd killing
Three former Minneapolis police officers were convicted of violating George Floyd’s civil rights, as a federal jury rejected their arguments that inexperience, improper training or the distraction of shouting bystanders excused them from failing to prevent Mr. Floyd’s killing.
Activists, family mark one year anniversary of Floyd's killing by police
Supporters and relatives of African-American man George Floyd marched ahead of the first anniversary of his murder by a white policeman, a killing that prompted a reckoning on racial injustice in the United States.
Minneapolis on edge as jury resumes deliberations in Floyd trial
Jurors on Monday began mulling the fate of the white ex-Minneapolis policeman accused of killing African-American George Floyd, a death that sparked a nationwide reckoning on racism and which prosecutors called a “shocking abuse of authority”.
Kneeling on Floyd's neck violated policy, 'values': Minneapolis' police chief
Minneapolis police chief Medaria Arradondo testified that officer Derek Chauvin violated the department's training policies and its "values" by kneeling on George Floyd's neck after he had stopped resisting.
Chauvin's supervisor says there was no justification to keep knee on Floyd’s neck
Derek Chauvin’s police supervisor told his murder trial that there was no justification for the officer to keep his knee on George Floyd’s neck for nine minutes.

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