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Thomas Lane, former Minneapolis police officer who held George Floyd's legs, seeks dismissal of charges

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An attorney for former Minneapolis officer Thomas Lane said in a court filing that Lane twice asked if George Floyd should be rolled on his side.
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In the wake of George Floyd's death, the LVMPD is limiting officers use of neck restraints. Starting now, officers can only use neck restraints if they fear their life is in danger.

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