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Family lawyer says no charges is "like they're killing George all over again"

CBS News Friday, 29 May 2020
Floyd family attorney Ben Crump said that he and the family of George Floyd will call on Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison to take up Floyd's case.
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The Minneapolis police chief has apologized to the family of a recently murdered unarmed black man. George Floyd died this week after a white officer pinned him down with a knee to the neck. The fatal encounter has triggered two nights of violent protests, reports Reuters. Police Chief Medaria...

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