George Floyd's Killer Sends Message To Floyd's Family. Derek Chauvin (The former Minneapolis police officer convicted of killing George Floyd) has offered his condolences to Floyd's family. (Photo Credit: Daily Post Nigeria). However, Chauvin offered his condolences minutes before Hennepin County District Judge (Peter Cahill) sentenced him to 22 and a half years in prison for the murder of Mr Floyd.
Veteran journalist, Babajide Kolade-Otititoju, has reacted to the viral video of a Nigerian diplomat who was assaulted while on duty in Indonesia by some Indonesian immigration officials. Recall that days ago, a video of the Nigerian diplomat, whose name is Abdurrahman Ibrahim was making the rounds on social media platforms.
George Floyd Gets Justice, Derek Michael Sentenced To 22-and-a-half years In Prison For Floyd's Murder
Last year, George Floyd, an African American male, was murdered by Derek Michael Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police man. Yesterday, Derek Chauvin was sentenced to prison for what he did. This unfortunate incident took place on May 25th, 2020, after a store clerk suspected Mr Floyd may have used a fake $20 bill in Minneapolis.
The sentencing of Derek Chauvin, the Minneapolis former police officer who killed George Floyd on May 25,2020 has brought some relief and comfort to the family and friends of the deceased.This came barely a year and a month after his death, justice wasn't denied him and it's a sentencing well deserved, although some hold the views that it could have been more than what was given him.
Finally, America has proved to be truly a country where justice can be seen done. A country where people who have done wrong, don't walk the streets with their shoulders high, without remorse for the wrong that they have done.May 25,2020 got the attention of the world, when an overzealous white Police officer called Derek Chauvin, stopped a black man over the information he alleged to have gotten from the store, he went to buy stuffs but was accused of giving counterfeited $20 in Minneapolis, United States, without being allowed to explain.
Derek Chauvin, the former police officer who killed George Floyd on a Minneapolis street last year, was sentenced on Friday to 22 and half years in prison. Chauvin spoke briefly before the sentence was imposed, offering his "condolences to the Floyd family." Under Minnesota law, Chauvin will have to serve two-thirds of his sentence, or 15 years -- and he will be eligible for supervised release for the remaining seven and a half years.
The long awaited verdict on George Floyd's case has finally come to an end as the court has finally made its verdict on the matter. You would that Minneapolis Police Officer known as Derek Chauvin was convicted on three charges; second degree unintentional murder, third degree murder and second degree manslaughter over the death of Mr George Floyd who died in his hand on May 30th 2020.
The murderer of George Floyd has finally been sentenced to 22½ years in prison. Derek Chauvin killed George Floyd by pressing his knee into the back of the victim's neck leaving the victim gasping for air. This attack was said to have been racially indicted although it is said that he might be paroled for good behavior after 15 years.
Reactions As Ex Police Officer Who Killed George Floyd Has Been Sentenced To 22.5 Years Imprisonment
PHOTO CREDIT: INSTAGRAM It no longer news that in May 2020, a black American identified as George Floyd was killed by an ex-police officer who is a white American, which the video of the incident went viral across the USA and outside the country. Meanwhile, the Ex-police officer, Derek Chauvin, has been called by the US court several times to investigate how it happened which took them some months to found out how the incident happened and what punishment will be given to Derek Chauvin.
Derek Chauvin Bags 22 years Imprisonment The US white ex-police officer convicted of murdering African-American man George Floyd in Minneapolis in May 2020 has been sentenced to 22 years and six months in jail. The judge said Derek Chauvin’s sentence was based “on your abuse of a position of trust and authority, and also the particular cruelty shown” to Mr Floyd.
Justice Well Served As The Murderer Of George Perry Floyd Gets 22 And Half Years Sentence In Prisons
George Perry Floyd Jr. was an African American man murdered by a police officer during an arrest after a store clerk suspected he may have used a counterfeit $20 bill in Minneapolis. Derek Chauvin, one of four police officers who arrived on the scene, knelt on Floyd's neck and back for 9 minutes and 29 seconds.
Many are aware of the fact that Derek Chauvin has been sentenced to 22. 5 years in prison; that sounded refreshing considering it sounded and seemed like justice, but trust me, sentences in an American court are never that straightforward. The sentence of Chauvin was carried out in Minneapolis Court, where a judge sentenced the ex-police officer and one of the most controversial characters in the last year's events to 22 and half years in prison on June 25.
It is indeed a good moment for all believers of equality among men, race, tribes as justice has been served for the gruesome murder of George Floyd in united state of America. Recall that last year, the news of the murder of a black american (Mr George Floyd) by policeman took the social media by sudden, the news attracted a lot of sympathizers from all parts of the world.
After months of trying to get himself out of the situation he so willingly put himself in, going from one trial case to another, the former Officer in the Minnesota Police Department, Derek Chauvin was finally sentenced on June 25th to 22 years in prison. Well, it was 22.5 years in prison to be precise.
Chauvin had knelt on Floyd's neck for about nine minute , while Floyd was handcuffed and lying face down on the street calling out "i can't breath" during an arrest made with three other officers on May 25, 2020. He was fired by the Minneapolis Police Department on May 26 and was arrested on May 29.
Recall that on the 25th of May, an incident occurred in Minneapolis where the police officers arrested a 46-year-old black man, named George Floyd after an employee of a convenience store called 911 and told them that Floyd had bought cigarettes with a fake $20 bill. The police arrived a few minutes later and Floyd was pinned down on the neck by Derek Chauvin, one of the police officers at the scene.
After Derek Chauvin’s sentencing, celebrities expressed their disappointment about the jail term not being long enough. Celebrities in the United States are expressing their disappointment after former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Mr. Floyd died after being handcuffed and pinned to the ground by an officer’s knee in an episode that was captured on video, touching off nationwide protests.
"We got justice but not enough"- "We got justice but not enough"- George Floyd's nephew reacts to Chauvin's 22-year jail terms
People in the US city of Minneapolis have started reacting after George Floyd's murderer, Derek Chauvin was sentenced to 22 years and six months in prison. George Floyd's nephew, Brandon Williams who spoke with BBC News said they got justice though but not enough. In another report, he said the family's pain was unimaginable, but not as unimaginable as what Chauvin did to Floyd.
The former American police officer, Derek Chauvin have been sentenced to 22½ years in murder of the black American, George Floyd. Derek Michael Chauvin is an American former police officer who was born March 19, 1976 in Oakdale, Minnesota, United States of America. He was convicted of the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
The American police officer who once reportedly shot George Floyd, Derek Chauvin, has been caught on video, offering condolences to the family of the deceased. According to the video which has gone viral online, Derek Chauvin said he regrets his action on that day even though he couldn't prevent what happened already.