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14-Year-Old Boy in Derek Chauvin’s Second Civil Rights Case Also Said He Couldn’t Breathe, Court Records Show
Like George Floyd, the still-unknown 14-year-old in Officer Derek Chauvin’s second federal indictment told officers that he could not breathe, court documents show. The post 14-Year-Old Boy in Derek Chauvin’s Second Civil Rights Case Also Said He Couldn’t Breathe, Court Records Show first appeared on Law & Crime.Like Floyd, the still-unknown 14-year-old in Chauvin’s second federal indictment told officers that he could not breathe, according to court filings. The boy’s mother also is said by Minnesota state prosecutors to have pleaded for Chauvin to take his knee off her son.
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4 May (Reuters) - Derek Chauvin, asked Tuesday to a MINNEAPOLIS JUDGE A new trial, two weeks after being convicted of homicide and murder at the second and third degree for the death of George Floyd, according to judicial documents.
George Floyd died on May 25 after having been kept on the ground for more than nine minutes by Derek Chauvin, hands handcuffed in the back and a knee of the policeman resting on his neck while he said not to be able to breathe. The scene had been filmed by passersby and massively shared on social networks. (Brendan O'Brien; French version Camille Raynaud)
Derek Chauvin Once Kept Knee on Teen's Back for 17 Minutes, Prosecutors Say .
Prosecutors had wanted to include the incident as evidence in the trial for the killing of George Floyd.The incident occurred on September 4, 2017. Minnesota prosecutors submitted a memo about it to the judge presiding over Chauvin's recent trial on November 16, 2020.