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Nov 24 2023
Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murdering George Floyd, was stabbed by another inmate and seriously injured Friday at a federal prison in Arizona, a person familiar with the matter told The Associated Press. The attack happened at the Federal Correctional Institution, Tucson, a medium-security prison that has been plagued by security lapses and staffingNational Post
Nov 24 2023
Derek Chauvin, Minneapolis cop convicted in George Floyd killing, stabbed at Arizona federal prison: AP sources
Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murdering George Floyd, was stabbed by another inmate and seriously injured Friday at a federal prison in Arizona, a person familiar with the matter told The Associated Press. The attack happened at the Federal Correctional Institution, Tucson, a medium-security prison that has been plagued by security lapses and staffingNew York Daily News
Jun 04 2020
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George Floyd's death after a police officer knelt on his neck for more than eight minutes last week has sparked massive civil unrest and outcry against police brutality, racism and criminal justice failures.
The protests, demonstrations and riots following Floyd's death have commanded the nation'sHenry A. Brechter
Nov 24 2023
Derek Chauvin, ex-cop convicted of killing George Floyd, stabbed in prison, may have required 'life-saving measures': Report
Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer who was convicted of killing George Floyd, was seriously injured in a stabbing attack at the facility where he is currently serving his sentences, the Associated Press reported. On Friday, Chauvin, 47, was stabbed by a fellow inmate at the Federal Correctional Institution in Tucson, Arizona, a medium-security prison with about 380 inmates, aThe Blaze
Aug 06 2023
Former Minneapolis police officer Tou Thao is the last of the four former MPD officers to be sentenced at the state level for his role in George Floyd's murder. In May, Thao was found guilty of aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter for his role in the murder of George Floyd in 2020. While former Minneapolis police officers J. Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane accepted plea deals inKARE11
Jul 20 2023
New York City will shell out $13 million to protesters who were arrested by NYPD officers during the 2020 demonstrations over the murder of George Floyd.
Nearly 1,400 people arrested in the protests can receive at least $9,950 under an historic settlement to a class action lawsuit unveiled late Wednesday in a Manhattan federal court.
The settlement — covers 18 protests across thePatch.com
Oct 02 2023
Last year, Pierce County Superior Court officials knew they were standing on the precipice of the state’s highest-profile trial in years. The trial of three Tacoma police officers charged with murder and manslaughter was just months away, and Pierce County and Tacoma were blindly feeling their way through preparations. There was much to consider: a courtroom with limited seating but high mediaThe Seattle Times
Aug 08 2023
The last of the four former Minneapolis police officers involved in the murder of George Floyd–Tou Thao–has finally been sentenced to 57 months (four years and nine months) in state prison. Thao, of Coon Rapids, Minnesota, was performing crowd control at the northeast corner of 38th Street and Chicago Avenue on May 25, 2020, as his longtime colleague, former Minneapolis police officer DerekMinnesota Spokesman Reporter
Aug 07 2023
Tou Thao, the former Minneapolis police officer who held back a crowd of bystanders during George Floyd’s fatal arrest in May 2020, was sentenced to four years and nine months in prison Monday for aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter. Thao gave a short comment on his role in Floyd’s death in a statement prior to his sentencing in a Minnesota courthouse. “Obviously, on that day, weSan Jose Mercury News