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George Floyd died due to police officer, after the death of Floyd’s, violence and riots reported in Minneapolis. He was unarmed black man, he was working in a hotel as a security guard since 5 years.

 

George Floyd a 46-year-old African-American man die on Monday after being handcuffed by the police officer. The video was recorded and sparked a large demonstration in Minneapolis on Tuesday and Wednesday, The death of George Floyd has caused outrage nationwide.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and authorities in Minnesota have launched investigations into his death. The officer who knelt on Floyd’s neck is a white man, has been identified as Derek Chauvin, a 19-year veteran of the force.

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Violent protests erupted when a video surfaced on social media showing a 46-year-old black man named George Floyd being strangled on the street by a police officer Derek Chauvin while the man was saying in a low voice. “I can’t breathe, don’t kill me.” but the police officer didn’t stop, shortly after the incident, the man was rushed to the hospital in an ambulance where he died. after the video goes viral four police officers were suspended (Fired) community leaders and members have called for the officers to be prosecuted.

Mayor Jacob Frey says being black should never be a death sentence. According to the police sources, the man George was working in a hotel as a security guard He was seen sitting on top of another person’s car while intoxicated and resisted trying to get off, during which the incident occurred. The FBI and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension are investigating the incident. 

Officers should be charged with murder, family demands, this is a racist attack. “They were supposed to be there to serve and to protect and I didn’t see a single one of them lift a finger to do anything to help while he was begging for his life. Not one of them tried to do anything to help him,” Tera Brown, Floyd’s cousin told CNN.

Protest after Death of George Floyd in Minneapolis

The demonstrations, which began Wednesday after the death of George, were initially peaceful but suddenly turned “extremely dangerous,” according to Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz. “The situation near Lake Street and Hiawatha in Minneapolis has evolved into an extremely dangerous situation,” Smoke filled the air for a few minutes after Minneapolis Police Department officers fired noise devices and projectiles toward a crowd of dozens gathered outside the Third Precinct.

 

Protesters chanted slogans “No justice, Justice for George” and “I can’t breathe.”

 

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Three women join hands and pray around a makeshift memorial, Tuesday, May 26, 2020, in Minneapolis, near where a black man, who was taken into police custody the day before, later died. The FBI and Minnesota agents are investigating the death of a black man in Minneapolis police custody after video from a bystander showed a white officer kneeling on his neck during his arrest as he pleaded that he couldn’t breathe. (Elizabeth Flores/Star Tribune via AP)

 

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN – MAY 26: Protesters march on Hiawatha Avenue while decrying the killing of George Floyd on May 26, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Four Minneapolis police officers have been fired after a video taken by a bystander was posted on social media showing Floyd’s neck being pinned to the ground by an officer as he repeatedly said, “I can???t breathe”. Floyd was later pronounced dead while in police custody after being transported to Hennepin County Medical Center. (Photo by Stephen Maturen/Getty Images)

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Amy Cooper is charged for calling Police on Black Bird Watcher

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Central Park birdwatching incident: Amy Cooper is charged by the Police for filing a false report, The Incident happened in Central Park, New York in May.

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Who is Amy Cooper?

Amy Cooper a 41 years old white woman first came in headlines in May 2020, where she was captured in a viral video calling the police on a black who asked her to leash her dog in the Ramble section of Central Park. her act was widely criticized by the people, she was also called by the public as “Racist”.

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on left Mr. Christian Cooper and on right its Amy Cooper (Pic by Daily Mail)

What is Central Park Bird Watcher incident?

Black comic book writer and editor Mr. Christian Cooper were bird watching at Central Park on May 25, 2020. He noticed that the dog of Amy Cooper was unleashed and running free. Mr. Christian asked Amy to leash her dog but she refused. Mr. Christian said to Amy, “Listen, if you are going to do what you want, then I am going to do what I want and you will like it”.

Mr. Christian beckoned the dog towards a dog treat, Amy shouted “Hey don’t touch my dog”. Christian was recording the incident on his cellphone while talking with Amy. Later Amy noticed that Mr. Cooper is recording the video, which she didn’t like. Amy said to Mr. Christian to stop making the video and later she pointed her finger in Mr. Christian’s face. Mr. Christian says to Amy: “Hey Please don’t come close to me”. Amy Cooper later called the cops, before that she says to Mr. Christian “I am calling the cops now and will tell them that You threatening me”

 

Why Amy Cooper is trending now and What is Central Park birdwatching incident?

 

On 7, July 2020 Amy Cooper was once again in headlines because of Central Park Birth Watcher Incident, but this time she is headlining because she is being charged by the police for filing a false report on Mr. Christian over life-threatening and harassment. A police department on Monday said further regarding the incident of 25 May 2020.

“Today our office initiated a prosecution of Amy Cooper for falsely reporting an incident in the third degree,” the Manhattan district attorney, Cy Vance, said in a statement. “We are strongly committed to holding perpetrators of this conduct accountable.”

 

Cooper’s lawyer could not immediately be identified but she is expected to be arraigned on 14 October 2020.

 

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What is Juneteenth day? And How to Celebrate Juneteenth Day

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Many of you don’t know about Juneteenth and many people ask me What is Juneteenth day? so in this short article, you will understand about June-teenth.

 

What is Juneteenth

 

Juneteenth is a day when people celebrate the official end of slavery in the United States of America, it is a historic holiday. June-teenth is also known as Freedom DayLiberation Day, or Jubilee Day. It is officially celebrated every year on 19th June.

Juneteenth commemorates June 19, 1865, when Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, Texas and read a federal order abolishing the institution of slavery in the state:

The people of Texas are informed that, per a proclamation from the Executive of the United States, all slaves are free. This involves an absolute equality of personal rights and rights of property between former masters and slaves, and the connection heretofore existing between them becomes that between employer and hired labor.

 

Since June 19 1865 the Americans celebrate every year on 19 June as ‘Freedom Day’ and its national holiday declared by the US government.

 

How People are Celebrating

 

People go to a picnic, the family gets together, go to restaurants, historical reenactments, blues festivals. This year amid protests against police brutality black communities are doing a peaceful protest in the memory of George FloydRayshard BrooksLakeith SmithAhmaud Arbery

 

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Rayshard Brooks was killed by an Atlanta Police officer

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Killing of Rayshard Brooks: Rayshard Brooks Shooting: Rayshard Brooks was an unarmed black man 27 years old, he was sleeping in a car but he was shot and killed by an Atlanta Police officer on the night of June 12, 2020.

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Killing of Rayshard Brooks

The incident took place in Atlanta, Georgia United States of America on June 12, 2020 at around 10 to 10:30 PM. A complaint received to an Atlanta Police Officer “Devin Brosnan” that a man sleeping in a car blocking a Wendy’s fast-food drive-through lane in the southside of Atlanta. Devin Brosnan responded to a complaint and went to the location, Devin instructed to Rayshard to park his car but according to the police officials Rayshard was resisting, Brosnan called for backup an Atlanta Police officer Garrett Rolfe, who was on a DUI task force, responded.

Rolfe asked few questions to Rayshard, Police gave Brooks a field sobriety test which he failed to answer. Officers try to arrest Rayshard but according to GBI (Georgia Bureau of Investigation) Mr. Rayshard was resisting and struggled with the officer who was on duty.

Georgia Bureau of Investigation Director Vic Reynolds said on Saturday that

Our department has obtained a surveillance video of the incident from Wendy’s and we are reviewing the video that was posted on Social Media.

 

Two videos were circulating on Social Media, first one was confirmed by the GBI and in the second video it was seeing that a police officer was telling Rayshard to “stop fighting” and “hands off the taser.” witnesses reports and video shows Brooks wrestling away an officer’s Taser, Rayshard was running away as the officers chased him. surveillance video footage shows that Brooks then turned toward Officer Rolfe while running and deployed the stolen taser at Officer Rolfe.

According to the witnesses who told GBI investigators that Rayshard Brooks had one of the officer’s stun guns. Brooks and one of the officers run by the car of the eyewitness who was taking the video of the incident, a second officer runs by, following Brooks. In surveillance video footage it is seen that Brooks appears to point the stun gun at the Atlanta officer. 

“At that point, the Atlanta officer reaches down and retrieves his weapon from his holster, discharges it, shot Mr. Brooks there on the parking lot and he lay down,” Reynolds, the GBI director, said in a press conference on Saturday. In the video it was seen that an officer was hitting Rayshard in the back and buttocks. An eyewitness told GBI that Rayshard was still breathing when he was laying on the ground.

Later Rayshard was taken to a hospital, where he couldn’t survive and last breathed. One officer was treated for an injury and released later on.

 

Investigation Detail & Further Aftermath

 

Georgia Bureau of Investigation is now investigating the case and will share the result with the Fulton County District Attorney’s office, District Attorney’s Office will decide after the investigation whether criminal charges against either officer are warranted or not. An Atlanta Police officer was identified as Garrett Rolfe who killed Rayshard has now been terminated. Rolfe was hired in October 2013 & Devin Brosnan was hired in 2018 Atlanta Police Department Sergeant John Chafee told.

 

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