January 19, 2022

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The convicted policeman is considering changing the declaration of innocence

Derek Savin, former Minneapolis police officer Assassination of George FloydAccording to court records released on Monday (13), he is considering changing his declaration of innocence to face civil charges.

Chavin, 45 He was sentenced on June 22 and one and a half years in prison, Floyd, a 46-year-old black man who was strangled by an agent while in prison, could change his statement at Wednesday’s hearing as he faces federal charges for “violating constitutional rights.”

According to a notice filed in his judicial file on Monday, the former police officer is likely to begin negotiations to avoid retrial.

It is not specified whether Chau will choose to plead guilty or choose a compromise that will accept the sentence without formally admitting his guilt.

Floyd’s death sparked worldwide protests against racial injustice and police brutality. Chowdhury, a white man, filmed Floyd pressing his neck with his knee until the victim lost consciousness and died.

Officers Alexander Queng and Thomas Lane helped keep Floyd in handcuffs while Du Tao detained passersby.

Chowdhury and the other three agents in the episode were accused of violating the victim’s constitutional rights, as well as not calling for emergency medical services. All four have pleaded not guilty to federal charges and their trial is set for next year.

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