A former police officer from Minneapolis has requested the judge to let free the charges against him. The law has charged Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd. The recent papers revealed that Chauvin’s lawyer said that there is nothing strong proof that supports the charges.
His lawyer said that the charges cannot be of Second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and manslaughter. Floyd’s death pushed the people to protest which lead to voice against the systematic racism in the country. This act of killing made the whole world cry.
This Friday, Prosecutors said that the cruel murder of George Floyd will need strict sentences against the officers. The Case is still on its progress. Prosecutors said if the officers are found guilty and involved in the case then they will be taken in action and maybe be seriously charged for murdering George Floyd.
The whole world knows how George Floyd’s died And Protested for so many days. An officer killed him by putting his knee over Floyd’s neck and kept it for 8 minutes until he was choked to death.
George’s Cause Of Death
Geroge died in the street on May 25, 2020. The other three officers kept their mouth shut during the murder of Floyd. Therefore, The judge has charged for second-degree murder and Second- degree Manslaughter for helping the murderer. The Police Administration took the action by firing all the four of them.
The prosecutor has given a notice that they will be requesting an “upward sentencing departure” for the murderers. That will include Chauvin, Thomas Kiernan lane, Alexander Kueng, and Tou Thao.
The legal executive Keith Ellison did not give any clear instructions about the request, but he did say to the judge that he has to go far more away from “sentencing guidelines Grid” to look through the person’s past criminal record.
The Prosecutor wrote a note which said that Mr. Floyd was treated brutally and the death was cruel. He was not able to breathe and was also on the verge to die and an eyewitness was presented to help Mr. Floyd in the court. But the defendant still tried to restrain Mr. Floyd.
The other three former police officers file their motions to dismiss but Judge Peter Cahill has not taken any necessary action against them.