Former Minneapolis Cop Thomas Lane Sentenced To 3 Years In George Floyd’s Murder
The disgraced officer who held down Floyd’s legs pleaded guilty to state charges and is also serving a federal sentence for his role.
George Floyd Denied Posthumous Pardon For 2004 Drug Conviction
The decision was a reversal of a decision made last year.
Poll: Black Americans Don’t See Recent Focus On Race As Leading To Change
Many hoped that the racial reckoning after George Floyd’s murder would mark the end of racial disparities.
Ex-Cop Convicted for George Floyd Murder Moved to Medium-Security Federal Prison
Derek Chauvin was transferred from a maximum-security prison in Minnesota to a facility in Arizona.
George Floyd Square In Minneapolis Hit For Second Time With Deadly Violence
The area, which had been dedicated to peace and justice in the wake of Floyd’s murder has instead seen multiple acts of violent crime.
Two Former Minneapolis Police Officers Reject Plea Deals In George Floyd Killing
Tou Thao and J. Alexander Kueng turned down an offer that would have resulted in three-year sentences.
Two Remaining Ex-Officers In George Floyd Case Sentenced To 3 Years And 3.5 Years In Federal Prison
All four disgraced Minneapolis cops have now received federal prison sentences.
George Floyd: Ex-Officer Thomas Lane Gets 2.5 Year Sentence On Federal Charge
Lane was convicted in February after failing to offer Floyd medical assistance Derek Chauvin suffocated him in May 2020.
OP-ED: Racist Massacre In New York Reminds Us Much More Is Needed On Racial Equity
Billionaire Robert F. Smith hopes to dismantle injustice by tackling social disparities.
Derek Chauvin Sentenced On Federal Charges Over George Floyd Murder
The former Minneapolis police officer faces 21 years in prison.