• Family autopsy: Floyd asphyxiated by sustained pressure

    1 month ago - By Wood TV

    MINNEAPOLIS - An autopsy commissioned for George Floyd's family found that he died of asphyxiation due to neck and back compression when a Minneapolis police officer held his knee on Floyd's neck until he stopped breathing, ignoring his cries of distress, the family's attorneys said Monday.
    The autopsy by a doctor who also examined Eric Garner's body found the compression cut off blood to Floyd's brain, and weight on his back made it hard to breathe, attorney Ben Crump said. He called for the third-degree murder charge against Officer Derek Chauvin to be upgraded to first-degree murder and...
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  • George Floyd's Brother Terrence Visits Site Of His Sibling's Death

    George Floyd's Brother Terrence Visits Site Of His Sibling's Death

    1 month ago - By E! Online

    One week after George Floyd died at the hands of the Minneapolis police, his brother Terrence Floyd visited the site where his sibling was killed.
    Joined by Reverend Kevin McCall,...
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  • ‘Keep My Brother's Name Ringing!' George Floyd's Brother Leads Prayer Vigil, Decries Rioters in Call for Peace

    ‘Keep My Brother's Name Ringing!' George Floyd's Brother Leads Prayer Vigil, Decries Rioters in Call for Peace

    1 month ago - By Mediaite

    George Floyd's brother Terrence led a prayer vigil Monday afternoon at the site of his brother's death.
    The horrific killing of Floyd after a police officer pinned him down on his neck has spurred outrage and anger around the country, leading to massive protests and riots in a number of cities.
    Both Floyd and Reverend Kevin McCall spoke at the vigil, with Floyd again encouraging peaceful protests.
    They led the crowd in multiple chants of “Justice on the left, peace on the right!”, as well as chanting Floyd's name, with Terrence crying out, “Keep my brother's name ringing out!”
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  • Michael Jordan Speaks Out Following the Death of George Floyd: "We Have Had Enough"

    Michael Jordan Speaks Out Following the Death of George Floyd: "We Have Had Enough"

    1 month ago - By Pop Sugar

    Michael Jordan has spoken out on the death of George Floyd. On May 25, Floyd was killed in Minneapolis when police officer Derek Chauvin pinned his knee to Floyd's neck for nearly nine minutes as he repeatedly said he couldn't breathe. On May 31, amid protests across the country, Jordan released a statement on his official Instagram and Twitter accounts, expressing both his anger and support. "I am deeply saddened, truly pained and plain angry," he wrote. "I see and feel everyone's pain, outrage and frustration. I stand with those who are calling out the ingrained racism and violence...
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