Chauvin Sentenced To 22.5 Years Prison For Murder Of George Floyd

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Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was sentenced to 22.5 years in prison on Friday afternoon for the murder of George Floyd last May.

Handed down by Hennepin County District Judge Peter Cahill, the sentence was greater with what legal experts predicted.

“Determining the appropriate sentence, in any case, and in this case is a legal analysis. It’s applying the rule of law to the facts of an individual and specific case,” Cahill said from the Hennepin County courthouse just after 2:30 p.m., local time.

The increased sentence comes after the judge in May agreed with prosecutors that there were aggravating factors when Chauvin fatally kneeled on Floyd’s neck for over nine minutes that warranted a departure from the presumptive sentence length.

Read more at The Hill.



    • And you know that how? Parroting from mainstream news. For your information, Texas Attorney Timothy Japhet claimed George Floyd died in 2016 in Corpus Christi hospital. The entire episode and arrest were pre-planned and staged.

  1. Way too overboard for a man who dedicated his life to protecting the masses – putting his life in harms way every single day for over 20 years! Curtis would call it a shaanda: and it is!

  2. Aw shucks. I was hoping he would of gotten a light sentence and then I would of been able to get for myself a free 72 inch screen tv from my local Target.

  3. I think the sentence was just.
    The police officer was definitely very wrong in his behavior
    god bless the memory of george floyd and all those that died in such a way


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