Live Updates George Floyd Trial | Day 3 Trial of 3 Police Officers Charges In George Floyd’s Murder

Live Updates George Floyd Trial | Day 3 Trial of 3 Police Officers Charges In George Floyd’s Murder.

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Federal Trial Of 3 Former Minneapolis Police Officers Charged In George Floyd’s Murder

The federal trial takes place at the Warren E. Burger Federal Building and US Courthouse in St Paul, Minnesota

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J Alexander Kueng

Charged with one count of violating the Black man’s civil rights by failing to provide him with medical aid.

Thomas K Lane

Charged with one count of violating the Black man’s civil rights by failing to provide him with medical aid and with failing to intervene to stop fellow officer Derek Chauvin’s use of force

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Tou Thao

Charged with one count of violating the Black man’s civil rights by failing to provide him with medical aid and with failing to intervene to stop fellow officer Derek Chauvin’s use of force

KEY POINTS

Three Former Minneapolis Police Officers Are On Trial For The Murder Of George Floyd
Former Police Officers Did Not Administer Help To Dying George Floyd
At Least One Former Officer Expected To Testify
Defense Attorneys Are Putting The Blame On Ex Senior Officer Derek Chauvin

The three former police officers who helped Derek Chauvin restrain George Floyd on a Minneapolis street in May 2020 are set to stand trial in a federal courtroom Monday for violating his civil rights.

J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane, and Tou Thao are charged with deprivation of rights under color of law for allegedly failing to give Floyd medical aid on May 25, 2020, the indictment states.

Thao and Kueng are also charged with failing to intervene in Chauvin’s use of unreasonable force as he kneeled on Floyd’s neck and back for over 9 minutes.

The federal case is separate from the state charges for Floyd’s death. Kueng, Lane and Thao have pleaded not guilty to state charges of aiding and abetting, and that trial is tentatively set for June.

The evidence at the federal trial will likely be broadly similar to Chauvin’s murder trial in Minnesota state court last year. Federal prosecutors have said in court filings they plan to seek testimony from witnesses who watched the officers restrain Floyd, police use-of-force experts and medical experts.

Good Morning! Welcome to STESS News’ live blog on the Federal Trial of Three Former Minneapolis Police Officers Charged In The Murder Of George Floyd


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