Uma, journalist, the NOW he was in tears after an interview with the chief of police of Minneapolis, minnesota, who decided to address his apology to the family of George’s Career.
The journalist interviewed the head Medaria Arradondo near the place where George Floyd was arrested, and asphyxiated by the police, who pressed on to the area of the neck with his elbow. The woman is put to the agent’s questions, which were addressed to the brother and the lawyer of the victim.
“I want to know if it’s going to get justice for my brother, and if you are going to fire all of the police officers involved,” said a brother, George Floyd.
After the question is put by a journalist from the NOW, Medaria Arradondo she took the hat as a sign of respect, and replied to it.
“Be silent, or not to intervene, it is to be an accomplice”, began to say to the chief of police, referring to the staff not being directly those responsible for the death of a man, and has been involved in the arrest.
“Of course, these decisions will have to happen to you, but to the family of George Floyd, I want you to know that it was my decision to say goodbye to those agents that are not concerned with the question of the hierarchy. The lord of the Winds has died at our hands, for that I am sorry for the family,” he said, referring to the fact that his desire was that not a single voice, solitary confinement, had operated at that time.
Getting back to the issue, the british journalist, Sarah Sidner it shows great intensity, with the attitude of “respectable from the police.”
“It was the chief of the police department. You ever heard a police chief say that? A 12-year career, I’ve never heard a chief constable say to it,” concluded the journalist.
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