The jury found that Chauvin was guilty of intentional manslaughter, unintentional homicide ignoring life and felony unintentional homicide.
Minneapolis– Derek Chauvin, a former Minneapolis military officer, was convicted of murdering George Floyd and nailing his knee to the neck of an African American on charges of murder and reckless murder , The case triggered global protests, violence, and intense scrutiny of American racism and politics.
Chavin, 45, could be sentenced to decades in prison.
A jury of six Anglo-Saxons and six African-Americans reached the verdict after two days of ten-hour deliberation.
Shavin was found guilty, second-degree intentional homicide, third-degree murder and second-degree unlawful death.
His face was covered with a mask against Covid-19, and he could not see his reaction, only his eyes could be seen, and their eyes were all over the stadium.
His bail right was immediately revoked, his hands were handcuffed behind his back, and he was taken away from the scene.
The verdict was read in the courtroom, which was protected by concrete and barbed wire barriers and was patrolled by the National Guard in a city undergoing another round of unrest-not only because of the Shavin case, but also a fatal shooting. On April 11, Daunte Wright, an African-American teenager, was arrested by a policeman on the outskirts of Minneapolis.
Three other Minneapolis officials responsible for assisting and helping Freud’s death will be tried in August.
Floyd, 46, was arrested on suspicion of using a forged 20-dollar bill to buy a pack of cigarettes in a small shop and died on May 25.
He panicked and told the police that he was claustrophobic. When the police tried to patrol him, he struggled with the police. This is why they put it on the ground.