A Federal Grand Jury Thursday Derek Savin and three former Minneapolis police officers were charged with violating George Floyd’s civil rights when he was arrested last year.
Was of Suv Convicted of murder last month A Minneapolis arbitral tribunal heard evidence that he had been kneeling on Floyd’s neck for nine minutes and 29 seconds.
According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Suu Kyi, Du Tao and J. Alexander the Great was charged with two counts of embezzlement. Thomas Lane was once accused of usurping rights under the color of the law.
In the video, which was filmed by a spectator and a local traffic camera, Tao could be seen standing between the audience and his fellow officers. Lane and Qing were also seen floating on top of Floyd as Suu Kyi put deadly pressure on the victim’s neck.
According to Suu Kyi, “George Floyd is protected by the Constitution and laws of the United States and must be freed from undue power by a police officer.”
The other three officers who were at the scene that day are coming in for questioning later this year.
Lawyers for the four defendants were not immediately available for comment Friday.
On September 4, 2017, a boy, then a 14-year-old, was indicted on a separate, two-count charge of violating civil rights.
“Suu Kyi, without legal justification, grabbed the young man by the throat and struck the young man several times in the head with a flashing light,” federal prosecutors said in a statement.
The report states that Suu Kyi “suffered teenage injuries, handcuffs, and lying uncontrollably on her neck and knees, causing bodily harm.”
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John Sanders And Lauren Mummy Contributed.