George Floyd murder: President Biden announces investigation of Minneapolis policing – BBC News

Within hours of the conviction of a former US police officer for the murder of an African-American man a full federal investigation has been launched into policing practices in the city of Minneapolis.

The justice department will look at whether there has been a pattern of “unconstitutional or unlawful policing”.

It follows national outrage over the killing of George Floyd by Derek Chauvin. The former officer was convicted of all charges against him.

President Biden has described the conviction as “a giant step forward in the march toward justice in America”.

Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten reporting by North America Correspondent Nick Bryant and Lebo Diseko in Minneapolis.

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3 thoughts on “George Floyd murder: President Biden announces investigation of Minneapolis policing – BBC News

  1. KEVIN HESKETH says:

    When will the scientist and television parasites get arrested for inflicting modern slavery with the playing of manufactured artificial schizophrenia messages over British railways telephone calls?Tweety bird directional playing a bird voice as part of stalking “we sycophant for television parasites, don’t want nephews and nieces ” the brothers directional device given by a television company says.A human rights crime, brain damaged Frequencies from the usual brain rapists ” doesn’t complain so he likes it”the human plaything the victimisation the exploitation.They must be exposed and arrested.Manufactured artificial schizophrenia is torture no excuse no if or buts its torture and the scientist is a criminal I want arrested along with key holding house burglary people.Its not a joke your all going to court even Anne .The television psychologist must be arrested for torture human exploitation because their not getting away with calling the abuse the bullying a joke.

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