All four ex-officers charged in George Floyd case

All four ex-officers charged in George Floyd case 1


The former Minneapolis Police officer who pressed his knee into George Floyd's neck was charged with second-degree murder and the three other officers on scene during his killing are charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder, according to court documents.

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86 Comments on "All four ex-officers charged in George Floyd case"

  1. It takes the whole world for one black man to get justice amazing

    • Oh yea did I say your a itch

    • Shelley Mullen | June 4, 2020 at 8:39 PM | Reply

      Only idiots out protesting because they have nothing else better to do.

    • I agree. Sad to say, but had George’s skin color been white, we wouldn’t be having this convo! A knee on someone’s neck is NO different than someone’s hands being on the neck. God forgive me, but I hope they all rot in hell/jail!

    • Evan Ranger | June 4, 2020 at 9:49 PM | Reply

      @Shelley Mullen if you’re with these murder cops just take a bath with a toaster. Gtfo.

    • Peace Anonymous | June 4, 2020 at 10:34 PM | Reply

      @Diane Rose race has nothing to do with it. White people are killed by cops too. Black cops kill blacks, whites and Hispanic, but we don’t see anything ab that bc the cops are black. Hispanic cops kill Hispanics, whites, and blacks. White cops kill whites, blacks and Hispanics. Why is it only when a white cop kills a black man. What ab when a black cop kills a black man or even when any cop kills a white man or a Hispanic man. Why don’t we see those? Bc ik for a fact they happen. Why do you want everything to be about race. Media said “white cop kills innocent black man” WTF no his race doesn’t matter it should be “corrupt cop kills innocent man”. And these people rioting are just as bad if not worse than that cop.

  2. L. Ron Hubbard | June 4, 2020 at 10:12 AM | Reply

    “Some say the pen overpowers the sword. But a camera is even more powerful when it records” – Jermaine Williams

  3. Voodoo Hendrix | June 4, 2020 at 10:23 AM | Reply

    If that murder doesnt be convicted, i cant imagine the power of the rioters!!

    • DYI-n-SAVE-FROM A-Z | June 4, 2020 at 8:49 PM | Reply

      It’s sad but if they dont get convicted, they will get protection and change of identity bet that chit.

    • Alex Walker | June 4, 2020 at 8:49 PM | Reply

      Since that AG decided to upgrade the charge to 2and degree murder, an acquittal seems more likely. It as almost they actually want Chauvin to walk a free man.

    • DYI-n-SAVE-FROM A-Z | June 4, 2020 at 8:52 PM | Reply

      @Voodoo Hendrix I lived in LA during Kings situation and nope…It was horrible. But mr King also got his pay out and stayed in trouble,then was found dead in his pool. My family lived not far from his home. I was getting my manicure license on Wilshire boulevard and Normandy. I’ll never forget it in my life.

    • Berk Sarioz | June 4, 2020 at 8:57 PM | Reply

      @Antonio Rivero As MLK said you’re a disappointing moderate preferring negative peace with the absence of riots over the positive peace with justice. I assume you’re not black, so you don’t care about justice?

  4. Born to be Wild | June 4, 2020 at 10:26 AM | Reply

    The police thought they were hiding & killed .Now Answer to Justice ???

  5. Samantha Alexander | June 4, 2020 at 10:30 AM | Reply

    When he talked about him calling out for his mother. Finished me

  6. When people die they cry for their God or for their mom.

  7. When I see the jail door close That’s when I will feel justice was served

    • SouL么 LeGeND | June 4, 2020 at 9:35 PM | Reply

      Nope criminals should get the same thing as victims
      Are breathing hard or hardly breathing *””officer””*?

    • FistoftheNorthStar6 | June 4, 2020 at 9:54 PM | Reply

      I wonder how they’re going to get justice for all the business owners? Or will that take a separate protest?

    • but that’s not how it works, they will serve a bit of time, get released, and then get hired by a quiet town that wants more racist police officers.

    • @FistoftheNorthStar6 Very few local business owners were victims. 99% have full insurance coverage and won’t even need to sweat it. The big stores were the real targets and they are happy to get a fat check form the insurance company while they get PR to market to the idiots.

    • Does going into jail actually intimidate the officers? I know that the officers will be locked away for the while, but, do they feel sympathy or regret for their actions? I think in jail, each little cell was built as a non overwhelming almost empty space seperated from eachother in order for that prisoner to think and regret of that crime that they had caused.
      And that was just me, some guy that didnt go to jail, try to define jail. Even if it was for a lifetime, the ones who will suffer will be us, our emotions will over whelm us with sympathy and well, some of us or even most will be probably still be stuck in our homes due to coronavirus, just like jail. A bigger, space of sympathy, but, i just cant get out, literally. And the arrested officers will probably not be regretting their actions, theyll be probably thinking of their families or friends if they even have any and just hope or pray that they stay safe. And thats the even saddest part. They have already accepted his death before we have

  8. Charged and convicted soon I hope. Show me the killers in prison! ✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽✊🏼✊🏻

    • @Matt usa will devide into races…. a multicultural countru cannot function is againsg the bible and all logica …. simple…

    • HeReHeCoMeS | June 4, 2020 at 8:47 PM | Reply

      Yes everybody praise and make a martyr out of a junkie….. this guy was as scummy as they get, convicted of rape and armed burglary, was found with meth, fentanyl, thc and other substances in his system….. you people are ridiculous. Here’s his autopsy report for the idiots who think this man was a loving father who never did wrong…..

    • matthew garcia | June 4, 2020 at 8:48 PM | Reply

      @Bryce Thibodeaux he was not resisting arrest

    • HeReHeCoMeS | June 4, 2020 at 8:50 PM | Reply

      @James Goldner so from what your implying if the person taking video could hear him saying I can’t breathe and dying shouldn’t they also be charged the same as the police officers? That’s fair right, because they just stood there filming instead of helping…….. your a moron… this guy was a scummy junkie

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  9. Angela Fishburn | June 4, 2020 at 11:56 AM | Reply

    If they had fired him anytime from his previous 17 complaints, Mr. Floyd would still be alive!

    • Peter Grahame | June 4, 2020 at 9:49 PM | Reply

      If saint Floyd had been polite and co operated he would still be alive

    • exactly why isn’t the police chief also held accountable

    • You can thank the unions.

    • You’re wrong. Therefore, the task set for us is precisely the destruction of power – the power of whites in the United States, not today, so tomorrow, you will probably agree with me that only in the United States ethnic Africans did not become full-fledged citizens of the United States, they cannot even be called Americans, and, just, African-Americans, and, this, is not, a certain, anthropological condition of a person, but a purely social condition of the subject: statistics, social security, employment, … that is, there are statistics of whites, but there are statistics in black, there are no citizens in the world: Afro-French, Afro-Englishman, Afro-Italian, Afro-Argentinean, …, and, I emphasize, once again, this is not an anthropological condition of the subject of social relations, but purely social, that he is a citizen of this or that country, only ethnic Africans in the USA , not only did not become full-fledged citizens of the United States, but, in essence, do not have the right to be called Americans. Just imagine: now, I’m of ethnic origin: a hunt, and I and my ethnic group in Russia would be called huntorosians, it’s just some kind of social absurdity, but the USA is African-American – it’s a social reality.

    • @Idiot Whisperer 🤣🤣🤣

  10. Why did’nt they stop Chauvin. They just stood and watched smh

    • Def Operator | June 4, 2020 at 9:30 PM | Reply

      @matthew garcia he said he couldn’t go in the car. That’s resisting

    • Def Operator I think the person who wasn’t paying attention was you, did you not see that he was already in handcuffs? How would he resist? There was no reason for them suffocate him to death at all.

    • Evan Ranger | June 4, 2020 at 9:33 PM | Reply

      @Mario Rocha still doesn’t lead to the solution of standing on someone’s neck until they fucking die

    • Robert Nguyen | June 4, 2020 at 10:25 PM | Reply

      explanation overload agree..depends on the people who saw..most will do nothing as in their mind ..a police has the benifit of the doubt that they are doing something good for the society like arresting a person who is resisting..but in the moment these people get shocked when they see a suspect is in jeopardy of losing their lives but due to the police having the power to decide life and death at that moment ..most civilians won’t allow their life to be part of that

    • @Stone Crowwrong for 2 reasons,1 we’d be no better then Chuavin,when somone try’s to dispense justice they need to make sure to not turn into who they are punishing afterall they are trying to decrease that type of behavior not increase it,2nd death is to good for chuavin.

  11. itake shoez | June 4, 2020 at 2:24 PM | Reply

    “Justice will probably be served.”

  12. Dawn Fizzle | June 4, 2020 at 3:11 PM | Reply

    You can tell his son was holding back tears….what a strong man. Bless him. I’m sorry for his loss…

  13. The other police are probably gonna treat them great in prison.

  14. I thought *body cams* were supposed to be turned on as a crime scene is about to take place between the officer and ’suspect,’ or in this case, *VICTIM..!*

  15. Charges without conviction means nothing plus the reason they’ve been charged thats due to immense public protests its not that suddenly Attorney general has gone pious !!

  16. It’s truly sad when a mans legacy is greater after his death than during his life.

    • Tiffany Chen | June 4, 2020 at 9:02 PM | Reply

      Flathead Forager thats y im not rioting. Will riot for a clean man who was killed by a cop tho

    • Legacy? This man was no saint, he would not have had much of a legacy regardless. All this nonsense over a man who was hardly innocent, innocent in the situation that led to his Death sure, but he was not innocent.

    • And where is all the outrage over David dorn? Does his black life not matter because he was killed by some looters and was an ex cop? Does the man in Dallas who was beaten nearly to death for protecting his store, does his white life matter?

    • @Tiffany Chen NO man is clean. Everyone has downfalls and shortcomings. He did not deserve to be tortured and killed like a dog in the street. Don’t allow yourself to overlook the injustice we all witnessed. This is why the world is the way it is. People out here finding every reason in the book to justify bullshit. Who was asking you to ‘riot’ anyway? Girl bye.

    • Evan Ranger | June 4, 2020 at 9:48 PM | Reply

      @Why he was a normie who was protecting his favorite bar with a machete. It wasn’t his business. The rioters threw rocks at him first though. He had the right to defend himself, but if he had thought smarter and had a 9mm or something like that (Texas has open carry) he’d be in a healthier condition

  17. I still holding that this is a call for a 1st degree murder charge.

  18. They didn’t charge them for sympathy they charged them due to the image.

    • Steve Wilson | June 4, 2020 at 10:16 PM | Reply

      The charged them because they murdered a man for no reason.

    • Daniel Ramer | June 4, 2020 at 10:18 PM | Reply

      Talking about ramping up
      “sensitive training”
      Lack of sensitivity of the community training was not the problem.
      Fear of holding other officers accountable in the heat of the moment is the problem.
      Bet he wishes somebody tapped him the shoulders and told him to get off his neck.

    • Sarah O'Conner | June 4, 2020 at 10:18 PM | Reply

      @Steve Wilson Only one did the act. the other three had a duty to stop, but didn’t – aiding and abetting

    • This is the most absurdly sensationalized series of events I’ve ever seen in my life.

  19. *_*slow claps*_*
    Great job, it only took 2 weeks of protests and violence to charge all 4 of them. *PROGRESS*

    • Exactly. Handled like animals like usual

    • but a famous youtuber gets arrested and charged immediately for just being inside a looted mall. What a weird time to be alive.

    • it didn’t have anything to do with the protests. It’s the law. They had to argue it to make sure that the charges are not tossed out the window in court. If they go for 2nd degree murder, the other 3 will walk. Don’t pat yourself on the back. The general public does not convict or charge people based on opinion. This is America.

  20. Captain MelvinSeahorse | June 4, 2020 at 9:59 PM | Reply

    IF they are acquitted, the phrase “hell on earth” will definitely become true

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