Minneapolis Pays $8.9M To People Who Said Chauvin Kneeled On Them

Posted on AllSides April 14th, 2023
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MINNEAPOLIS — The city of Minneapolis agreed to pay nearly $9 million to two people who said Derek Chauvin kneeled on them in 2017, years before the murder of George Floyd. The City Council unanimously voted Thursday to approve the settlements in Pope v. Chauvin, et al. and Code v. Chauvin, et al. A $7.5 million settlement was approved for John Pope and $1.375 million for Zoya Code. The body-worn camera footage of both incidents is considered private data under Minnesota law. However, the plaintiffs may choose to release the...

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