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Prosecutor said the defendants ignored their own training and pleas from bystanders who were concerned about Floyd's welfare.
The jury deliberated for about four days before finding Kim Potter guilty of first-degree and second-degree manslaughter in the fatal shooting of the Black motorist in midwestern Minnesota state in April.
Former Minneapolis policeman filed an appeal with a Minnesota district court, citing 14 complaints related to his trial earlier this year in the high-profile murder of George Floyd, which sparked "Black Lives Matter" protests across the globe.
The inscription was of American far-right cell "Patriot Front," which is thought to have similarly vandalised another Floyd tribute in neighbouring New Jersey.
The fight was declared an exhibition rather than a licensed, professional bout which meant there were no judges and the only way to triumph was to stop or knock-out the opponent within the eight scheduled three minute rounds.
The Associated Press publishes a video, which authorities had refused to release, of the deadly arrest of Ronald Greene two years ago by Louisiana state troopers, showing them stunning, punching and dragging the unarmed man.
Defence attorney Eric Nelson said he is requesting a new trial in the interests of justice, arguing that there were abuses of discretion that deprived Derek Chauvin of a fair trial.
Attorney General Merrick Garland announces a sweeping investigation into policing in Louisville, Kentucky, over the March 2020 killing of the Black woman in a botched police raid.
Footage of two cops detaining Virginia National Guard’s Lieutenant Caron Nazario at gunpoint and pepper-spraying him in the face during a violent traffic stop comes as police face multiple allegations of racism and misconduct.
On day four of former police officer Derek Chauvin’s murder trial, Courteney Ross cried on the witness stand as she told the story of how she met boyfriend George Floyd.
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