Tag Archives: Derek Chauvin

Kyrie Irving Bought George Floyd’s Family A House

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NBA player Kyrie Irving bought George Floyd’s family a house, the New York Post reports.  Last May, the world shifted following the murder of George Floyd, which was at the hands of the police in Minnesota. Former NBA forward Stephen Jackson said the Nets player purchased a house for Floyd’s …

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Judge Rules Former Officer Derek Chauvin Will Be Tried Separately

Derek Chauvin Asks Judge to dismiss charges

A judge ruled Monday that former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin will be tried separately for his role in George Floyd’s death. NBC News reports that Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill set jury selection for Chauvin’s trial on March 8. Opening statements will begin no later than March 29. According to NPR, the …

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Lil Baby Helps Throw Birthday Party for George Floyd’s Daughter Gianna

On Wednesday, Lil Baby helped throw a birthday party for George Floyd’s daughter Gianna. The Atlanta rapper funded the event for the 7-year-old. Stephen Jackson, Ericka, and William Platt assisted in organizing the event. The LOL Surprise Dolls-themed party was held at Atlanta’s Pink Hotel.  Lil Baby, Jackson, Future, and Rayshard Brooks all …

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George Floyd Murderers Ask Judge For Trial Delay

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Two of George Floyd’s murderers are requesting that the judge delay their trial scheduled for March 8th, 2021. Derek Chauvin and Tou Thao, two of the former Minneapolis police officers charged in the murder of George Floyd, asked the judge to push the trial back due to prosecutors presenting materials …

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Derek Chauvin Allowed To Leave Minnesota Due To Safety Concerns

Derek Chauvin Asks Judge to dismiss charges

A Minnesota Judge has ruled that Derek Chauvin can leave the state of Minnesota due to “safety concerns.” According to NBC News, Chauvin who was released earlier this week on a million-dollar bond, was granted permission leave the state after a Hennepin County judge ruled that the Department of Corrections …

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