The man accused of killing George Floyd has been released
NEW YORK (Reuters) – A police officer accused of killing George Floyd, a black man of African descent in the United States, has been released on bail by a court. Officer Thomas Lane has been released on 1 million bail.
According to the details, protests are going on all over the world against the death of a black man due to police violence in the United States. On the other hand, there are reports that the accused has been released from the court.
According to a foreign news agency, Thomas Lane, one of the four former Minneapolis officers accused in the murder of black American citizen George Floyd in the United States, has been released from prison. Thomas Lane has been released on 1 million bail. Earl Gray, Thomas’ lawyer, said his client had tried his best to save George Floyd, and that Thomas Lane had tried to bring Floyd to his senses in an ambulance.
It is clear that protests are taking place all over the world against the recent death of George Floyd in police custody.
On the other hand, the last rites of the murdered black George Floyd were performed in Minneapolis in which thousands of people attended.
Judge Benjamin Krump said George Floyd was killed not by Corona but by an epidemic of racism. It may be recalled that after intense public pressure, stricter provisions were added to the case against the main accused white policeman and three other policemen were also included in the case.
Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck.