The Texas governor is angling to pardon a man convicted of killing a demonstrator in the George Floyd protests. Read the latest from @theEricLutz :
Reporter @borrelli listens to "The Dark Side of the Moon" on its 50th anniversary with a Pink Floyd cover band
Toronto police said that a man harassed girls who were walking in the area of Pape and Floyd avenues each day from April 2 to 4.
News Release - Update, Man Arrested and Charged in Series of Criminal Harassments, Floyd Avenue and Pape Avenue Area. Ehsanullah Nesari, 21
Floyd & Blackie’s Coffeehouse and Ice Cream is right next to the South Fork Catawba River, and rising water levels could mean trouble.
Army sergeant is CONVICTED of murdering Black Lives Matter protester during George Floyd unrest
‘Of course there is the dear old BBC, which in the wake of the killing of George Floyd investigated rural ‘racism’ by asking why Dorset is 98 per cent white.’ ✍️Douglas Murray
In just the last three years, ‘the funds that George Floyd built’ have transformed the city’s attitude toward funding, with a nudge from a firm cofounded by former U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker.
BREAKING: Derek Chauvin has been convicted of the murder of George Floyd. For the first time in Minnesota state history, a white police officer has been held accountable for killing a Black man.
My statement on the death of George Floyd:
Andrea Jenkins, vice president of Minneapolis City Council, says George Floyd and Officer Chauvin worked at restaurant near Third Precinct. "They were coworkers for a very long time."
I’m watching so many decisions be made to stop the looting & rioting. National guard has been called in...curfews are being moved around. How about arresting the other officers that were involved in the death of George Floyd. ??♂️??♂️??♂️ How about Justice???
George Floyd was murdered. Every single officer involved must be held accountable.
George Floyd’s murder is not only an outrage. It is the latest manifestation of a system that callously devalues the lives of Black people. Our struggle is and always has been about justice—not justice on paper, but real justice in the real lives of real people.