Medical Experts: George Floyd's Ability To Speak Didn't Mean He Could BreatheAs George Floyd repeatedly pleaded “I can’t breathe” to police officers holding him down on a Minneapolis street corner, some of the officers responded by pointing out he was able to speak. One told Floyd it takes “a lot of oxygen” to talk, while another told angry bystanders that Floyd was “talking, so he can breathe.”
Hennepin County Judge Issues Gag Order In George Floyd CaseThe Hennepin County judge in the case against four officers charged in George Floyd's death issued a gag order in the case Thursday.
Transcripts Show What Officer Derek Chauvin Said To George Floyd: 'It Takes A Heck Of A Lot Of Oxygen To Talk'As George Floyd told Minneapolis police officers that he couldn't breathe more than 20 times in the moments before he died, the officer who pressed his knee against Floyd's neck dismissed his pleas, saying “it takes a heck of a lot of oxygen to talk," according to transcripts of body camera video recordings made public Wednesday.
George Floyd Case: Ex-Officer Lane’s Defense Files For Charges To Be Dismissed; Releases Transcripts Of 2 Body-Worn CamerasThe defense team for fired Minneapolis police officer Thomas Lane, who is charged in George Floyd’s death, has filed a motion for the charges to be dismissed.
Tou Thao, Ex-Officer Charged In The Death Of George Floyd, Released From JailTou Thao, one of the four former Minneapolis police officers involved in the deadly arrest of George Floyd in late May, has been released from jail Saturday after posting bond, according to Hennepin County officials.
Lawyers For Ex-Officers In George Floyd Case Demand TV Cameras In CourtroomTou Thao, one of the four former Minneapolis police officers involved in the deadly arrest of George Floyd in late May, has been released from jail Saturday after posting bond, according to Hennepin County officials.
Hennepin County Board Passes Resolution Declaring Racism As A Public Health CrisisThe board concluded that racial disparities have lifelong health impacts among minorities, including higher disease rates.
All 4 Officers Involved In George Floyd’s Death Appear In Court; Judge Warns Of Possible Move Of TrialA Minnesota judge on Monday warned that he's likely to move the trials of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death out of Minneapolis if public officials and attorneys don't stop talking about the case.
Judge Denies Video, Audio Coverage Of Pre-Trial For Former Officers Accused In George Floyd's DeathOn Friday, a Hennepin County judge denied the request of audio or visual recordings in the courtroom in covering the pre-trial of the four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the killing of George Floyd.
In The Month Since George Floyd's Death, A Look Back At What's Changed So FarOne month ago Thursday, Floyd died in Minneapolis after a police officer knelt on his neck for nearly eight minutes. A lot has happened since Floyd's death, both here in the Twin Cities and across the country.
Ramsey Co. Jail Superintendent Says He ‘Erred In Judgement’ By Restricting Officers Of Color From Interacting With Derek ChauvinRamsey County officials are responding to a discrimination lawsuit that alleges correctional officers of color were restricted from Derek Chauvin.
Prosecutors: Derek Chauvin Had Knee On George Floyd For 7:46, Not 8:46Minnesota prosecutors acknowledged Wednesday that a Minneapolis police officer had his knee on the neck of George Floyd for 7 minutes, 46 seconds — not the 8:46 that has become a symbol of police brutality — but said the one-minute error would have no impact on the criminal case against four officers.
‘You Can Call Me A Snitch If You Want To’: Concerned 911 Dispatcher Called MPD Sergeant During George Floyd’s ArrestThe City of Minneapolis on Monday released a phone recording of a concerned 911 dispatcher contacting a police sergeant during the George Floyd incident.
Judge Peter Cahill Appointed To Cases Of All 4 Fired MPD Officers Involved In George Floyd's DeathJudge Peter Cahill has been assigned to oversee the cases of all four former Minneapolis Police officers involved with George Floyd's death.
Derek Chauvin Could Receive Over $1M In Pension Benefits Even If Convicted In George Floyd's DeathThe former Minneapolis police officer charged with killing George Floyd could still receive pension benefits starting in just a few years, even if he's convicted. Pension officials in Minnesota confirmed to CBS News that the ex-officer, Derek Chauvin, could collect more than $1 million in benefits over the next three decades.