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Family statement, Chauvin in court


  • The jury convicted Derek Chauvin in April of two murders, three murders, and two manslaughter charges for George Floyd’s death.
  • Chauvin is also facing federal prosecution for violating George Floyd’s civil rights, which could add prison time.
  • Three former Minneapolis police officers accused of supporting Floyd’s death and betting will be brought to justice in March.

Minneapolis-George Floyd’s family issued a statement Friday at the hearing of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who was convicted of murdering Floyd more than a year ago, including his seven-year-old daughter. ..

In April, the jury convicted Chauvin of two murders, three murders, and two manslaughter charges. Since then, Chauvin has been in the largest prison. He could be sentenced to up to 30 years in prison.

Floyd’s daughter, Janna, testified remotely via a mobile phone camera video. Wearing a checkered shirt and a purple headband, she told the court, “Ask how my dad was injured,” and asked him to help him play and brush his teeth every night. Told.

Janna told the court that she knew that her father was still around her through his spirit. If she could say anything to him, she would say to him, “I miss him and I love him.”

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