Derek Chauvin has now officially been taken into custody, according to the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. He is the officer seen with his knee on George Floyd’s neck. #GeorgeFloyd
— Omar Jimenez (@OmarJimenez) May 29, 2020
The Minneapolis Police Department kills black people 13x more than white people. https://t.co/PB8vIT3jyo
— Public Citizen (@Public_Citizen) May 29, 2020
99% of killings by the police from 2013-2019 did not result in officers being charged with a crime. https://t.co/ZEcKpjl3nq
— Public Citizen (@Public_Citizen) May 30, 2020
Police in Minneapolis shot a photojournalist in the face and she’s now permanently blind in one eye https://t.co/gPKMhjfwoU
— Isaac Scher (@IsaacScher__) May 30, 2020
Minnesota State Police arresting CNN’s @OmarJimenez and crew live on TV on @NewDay for reporting on the protests. Police say they were arrested because they were told to move and didn’t. Omar was completely respectful and cooperative, ans asked the police where to do the report. pic.twitter.com/HPVtvQ59Xo
— Sam Fernando (@Sujayanth) May 29, 2020
#GeorgeFloyd should be alive. That is justice. Everything else is accountability. And his family deserve at least that.
You want to give us justice? Stop the police from killing people. Permanently. And become the kind of anti-racist neighbors who make this world safe for us. pic.twitter.com/PQS2MLdiCF
— brittany packnett cunningham does not do remixes. (@MsPackyetti) May 27, 2020
When civility leads to death, revolting is the only logical reaction.
The cries for peace will rain down, and when they do, they will land on deaf ears, because your violence has brought this resistance.
We have the right to fight back!
Rest in Power George Floyd
— Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7) May 28, 2020
#BREAKING: After two straight nights of violent protests that tore through Minneapolis, the U.S. Justice Department announced Thursday morning it has made the federal investigation into George Floyd’s death a “top priority.” https://t.co/NCQnR0YZ7B
— AJC (@ajc) May 28, 2020
Police brutality is systemic state violence, and the trauma it inflicts is shared by Black people all across this country.
— ACLU of Minnesota (@ACLUMN) May 27, 2020
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