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“The murder of George Floyd is looking increasingly odd. If you’ve seen the footage, the whole scene makes no sense.”“Derek Chauvin stares right into the camera several times as he kneels what seems like forever on Floyd S neck, despite Floyd being handcuffed, with his face on the pavement and not resisting. Very, very odd.” ForbiddenKnowledgeTV.net “Chauvin and George Floyd worked security together for at least A couple of years at the El Nuevo Read More

When Omar Sy protests in Los Angeles to pay tribute

Following the death of this 46-year-old black man due to his violent arrest by white police on Monday May 25 in Minneapolis, demonstrations have multiplied in the United States to denounce racism at work within the forces of the order. This May 30, French actor Omar Sy joined that of Los Angeles.On May 25 in […]Read More

Artists Honor George Floyd

The George Floyd Memorial outside Cup Foods at Chicago Ave and E 38th St in Minneapolis, Minnesota. As protests surrounding the death of George Floyd have erupted across the US and around the world, artists have joined their voices in the call to honor his life, put an end to systemic racism, and stop police violence in communities of […]Read More

The 17-Year-Old Who Filmed George Floyd’s Killing Is Being Harassed

In the wake of mass outcry and protest over George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis, the person who brought his story to light is already experiencing harassment. Darnella Frazier, the 17-year-old who took the video of George Floyd being suffocated and killed by police on Monday, now says that she’s facing a series of concerning messages online. Frazier took the […]Read More

Minneapolis rebels after George Floyd’s death

Mardi soir, la phrase « Je ne peux pas respirer » a retenti dans les rues de Minneapolis. Des manifestants se sont rassemblés à la suite du meurtre de George Floyd par la police. L’homme noir de 47 ans est mort lundi après qu’un policier blanc, Derek Chauvin, lui ait passé les menottes, l’ait poussé à terre […]Read More

George Floyd’s son: Violence won’t solve anything

George Floyd’s son is calling for peaceful protests in the aftermath of his father’s death. Quincy Mason Floyd, who lives in Bryan, Texas, told KTBX that he last saw his father when he was four or five years old. When news spread of George Floyd’s death, which came after former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was seen on camera […]Read More

How to Support the Struggle Against Police Brutality

On Monday, a white Minneapolis police officer named Derek Chauvin knelt on George Floyd’s neck until his body went limp. The assault was caught on video. Floyd, 46, gasped that he could not breathe, but Chauvin did not let up, and Floyd died from his injuries in police custody. It was the third in a string […]Read More

Police violence: the United States: George Floyd or the terror

This black journalist, sports and culture specialist at the Los Angeles Times, has been arrested many times because “he was taken for another”. For him, the death of George Floyd at the hands of the police in Minneapolis is yet another trauma. OUR SERVICESCONTENTS SPONSORED BY OUTBRAINDo this every time you turn on your computer […]Read More