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May 26, 2020 AM
Minneapolis cop kills a motionless black man with knee on neck moaning, who later died. It’s plain to see that the cop killed an inebriated black man in cold blooded murder. I don’t have to use literary caution, because it might not be accurate, I don’t have to say allegedly either. We witnessed a total disregard for life. The cop had control of the man’s and played god by taking his life. There must be other instances of the same disregard with those cops or the department, because the video showed some type of inhuman eerie calm that only be obtained through familiarity through other similar situations.
Minneapolis Cop Purges Black Population by One.
Whatever the reason this fully armed cop decided to purge the black population by one is yet to be seen, but the video evidence says it all. No allegedly has to factored in. The cop killed an unarmed debilitated citizen.
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said at a press conference Tuesday that the FBI will lead the investigation into the incident due to the possible civil rights violation.
Two of the officers involved have been “relieved of duty status,” Arradondo said. The officers are still receiving pay, but have no law enforcement duties. READ MORE
4 Minneapolis Police Officers Fired Over George Floyd Death. Four Minneapolis police officers were fired Tuesday following the death of George Floyd, a Black man who died on Monday after an officer kneeled on his neck while he was handcuffed on the ground, shouting that he couldn’t breathe.
Police Chief Medaria Arradondo announced their terminations during a news conference. He did not publicly identify the officers.
“It is the right decision for our city,” Mayor Jacob Frey said of the firings. “We’ve stated our values and ultimately we need to live by them.
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