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What did George Floyd do? Timeline of incidents and arrests

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In this article, we will unveil some imperative details about the case of George Floyd. There are many people who still want to know what happened to George Floyd, when did he die and who the police were with Derek Chauvin. Many questions related to the case of George Floyd still prevail in people’s minds. Do you know why George Floyd was arrested? According to reports, Derek Chauvin has been sentenced to an additional 21 years in prison for his part in the death of George Floyd. It’s been over three years since the world witnessed the horrific murder of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement was reborn. You are asked to stick to this page and follow this article till the end. Drag the page down.

Why was George Floyd arrested?

George Floyd was 46 when he was killed. His death sparked protests around the world, especially in the United States against police brutality against black people in the United States. However, the Black Lives Matter movement started in 2013 but it was fueled after the death of George Floyd. A video of George Floyd has gone viral on social media. In the video, George can be heard saying “I can’t breathe” but Chauvin continued to kneel on his neck. Apparently Chauvin choked George’s neck with his knee for nine minutes on May 25, 2020. Scroll down and read more details.

George Floyd has become unconscious. Later, he was admitted to hospital where he was pronounced dead after an hour. But why was George Floyd arrested? According to reports, George Floyd was arrested for a non-violent crime before his death. The heartbreaking death of George Floyd surprised people. However, the perpetrators of George Floyd’s death have been sentenced. Derek Chauvin, a former police officer who knelt on George Floyd for nine minutes, is currently serving a prison sentence for murder, manslaughter and civil rights violation. He was convicted in April 2021 in a trial in Minneapolis. Scroll down.

The other officers convicted in the death of George Floyd are Tou Thao, 36, Thomas Lane, 38, and J Alexander Kueng, 28. They said they didn’t realize George needed medical attention. Lane and Kueng are serving prison terms of 42 months and 3 years respectively, as they pleaded guilty to their crime while Tou Thao was recently found guilty in May 2023 and he has still not been sentenced. He will be sentenced in August 2023. Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.