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George Floyd Murder: George Floyd Murderer granted bail, Slap on world justice system?

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Bail granted to three suspects in the murder of a black man in the United States The protest continues for the tenth day, with more than 10,000 people arrested.

According to the details, the protest against the death of a black person due to police violence in the United States is continuing for the tenth day. Violent protests are being held in many cities of the country including Washington, New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles.

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According to US media, three police officers involved in the murder have been granted bail. All three officers are accused of aiding and abetting the murder. The three accused cannot leave the state of Minnesota until bail is decided. Could face up to 40 years in prison.

More than 10,000 people have been arrested so far in protests across the country, with 86 percent of those arrested coming from the US capital, according to a foreign news agency.

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In addition, $2 million has been raised in an online fund set up in Los Angeles for the release of 3,000 people arrested during the protests that began after the death of black George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Is.

On the other hand, the last rites of the murdered black George Floyd were performed in Minneapolis in which thousands of people attended.

George Floyd was not killed by Corona, but by an epidemic of racism, lawyer Benjamin Crump said.

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It may be recalled that after intense public pressure, stricter provisions were added to the case against the main accused white policeman and three other policemen were also included in the case. In Atlanta, police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck.


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