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George Floyd, 46, ended up under the knees of a Minneapolis police officer after an employee of the store where the man had entered called the police, suspecting that he had paid for the products bought with counterfeit money.  Law enforcement officers who arrived at the scene showed an unimaginable cruelty, and one of the policemen knocked him to the ground and got on his knees on the man's neck.  

Immune to his request to release him, the policeman killed him.  All of George's friends broke the silence and portrayed him as a calm, hardworking, sincere man who moved to Minneapolis to start a new life.


George Floyd was knocked to the ground and white police officer Derek Chauvin kicked him in the neck after an employee of the store where he had entered to shop called the emergency number 911. Police suspected him of using  a counterfeit $ 20 bill to buy cigarettes and they acted in a shocking manner, bringing him the end of the man, portrayed as a giant with a heart of gold by all his friends.

  The last moments of the man were captured by passers-by and went viral, as they illustrate the brutality with which the law enforcement officers considered it appropriate to do their duty.  One of them stopped him from breathing and sat on the man's neck with his knees.  Despite the fact that the policeman was begged to allow him to breathe, this did not happen, and George died in front of them.

 The 46-year-old died first as a truck driver in Minnesota, then as a security guard at a restaurant, Conga Latin Bistro, before the pandemic left him with a job.  His death broke the hearts of all who knew him and who had only words of praise for him.  "Everyone loved my brother," Philonese Floyd said Tuesday, a day after the death, which sparked protests in several cities and called for a break with "systemic" racism in America.  "He was a gentle giant," he told CNN.  "He never hurt anyone."

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Norm is still the best.👍

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