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#BREAKING : Derek Chauvin indicted for 2017 case in which he's accused of holding a 14-year-old down by the throat, hitting him multiple times in the head with a flashlight.

Derek Chauvin indicted for allegedly holding Black 14-year-old by throat, kneeling on neck in 2017

Derek Chauvin faces a separate federal indictment for allegedly holding a teenager by the throat, striking him with a flashlight and kneeling on his neck and upper back in 2017. |

#DEVELOPING: Derek Chauvin indicted for 2017 case of holding 14-year-old by throat, hitting him with flashlight

NEW: Derek Chauvin has been indicted on federal civil rights charges for a 2017 incident in which he’s accused of holding a 14-year-old boy down by the throat and striking the child multiple times in the head with a flashlight.

JUST IN: Derek Chauvin has been indicted on federal civil rights charges for a 2017 incident in which he’s accused of holding a 14-year-old boy down by the throat and striking the child multiple times in the head with a flashlight.

The DOJ is considering charging Derek Chauvin for allegedly holding a knee on a Black 14-year-old's neck for almost 17 minutes in 2017 — ignoring pleas the boy could not breathe, reports @ABC . Chauvin used neck/head restraints at least 7 times before the murder of #GeorgeFloyd .

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WATCH: What the Chauvin guilty verdict means: @HUPrez17 : "The courts are now holding Derek Chauvin responsible. But our society has been dehumanizing Black bodies." @MichaelSteele : "Someone just took 1000 pounds off my shoulder." @Nnemkadi30 : "In reality, not real joy."

Teachers and students at Maplewood Middle School are holding conversations on racism like many across America in the wake the Derek Chauvin verdict.

LIVE STREAM: Following the verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin, law enforcement collective Operation Safety Net is holding a news conference on Wednesday about its operations in the Twin Cities:

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BREAKING: The jury has found Derek Chauvin guilty of all counts. We’re relieved this Hennepin County jury has held Derek Chauvin accountable for the murder of George Floyd. We're holding the Floyd family in our thoughts right now. This doesn't get George Floyd back.

A Los Angeles Police Department use-of-force expert testified that former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin used "deadly force" by holding his knee on the neck of George Floyd for more than 9 minutes in a situation where no force was necessary

A sergeant who supervised Derek Chauvin testified on Thursday that Mr. Chauvin and other police officers should have stopped holding George Floyd down once he became unresponsive.

The jury was shown video of the killing of #GeorgeFloyd  on the first day of DerekChauvin's murder trial. It shows Chauvin holding his knee on Floyd's neck for minutes as onlookers plead for him to stop. Family say: "The video is the proof. " 1 juror says they had never seen it.

Derek Chauvin, the ex-police officer who killed #GeorgeFloyd  by holding a knee on his neck, will face trial on March 8. The other 3 officers charged for Floyd’s murder will be tried separately starting in August. All 4 face up to 40 years in prison.

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Juror No. 76 said he was a Black man who experienced daily racism. Derek Chauvin's defense struck him from the panel. The situation shows how difficult it can be for people who experience police misconduct to make it onto juries holding them accountable.

Eight nonwhite corrections officers who worked at the jail holding Derek Chauvin filed discrimination charges alleging they were forbidden from guarding him.

Protesters are holding peaceful vigils to honor George Floyd’s death with nearly nine minutes of silence. That’s how long former officer Derek Chauvin kneeled on Floyd’s neck before killing him.

The man holding the sign in the photo at the Trump rally in MN is also not former officer Derek Chauvin.

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