Alas!! Justice Is Served, Derek Chauvin Proven Guilty

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Derek Chauvin’s trial ended today. George Floyd received justice after the former police officer was charged with manslaughter and third-degree murder. The court proved him guilty of all charges as he is deliberately killed an innocent man.

Derek Chauvin Verdict

derek chauvin choking george floydA jury reached the verdict declaring him guilty on all charges. He is sentenced to 40 years in jail that is the rest of his life. The brutal video of the police officer choking Floyd to death was seen all th world, igniting protests and asking for justice.

Happy people around the world.

After this verdict, the innocent man did receive justice, but one more thing became clear. In this profound moment, modern Americans found a ray of hope that believes that every person is equal before the law. Americans’ faith was back towards the police and justice system that no man guilty would be set free.

derek chauvin verdict

This verdict may not bring George Floyd back from the accidental death. It will not erase the memories of those black Americans who face this kind of trauma every day that is not recorded by anyone or faces a trial. While the verdict was going on, these black Americans were harassed and humiliated by so-called white Americans.

This incident instantly became a moment of joy when Derek Chauvin has handcuffed hands behind his back walks out of the courtroom. So many people came to protest, demanding justice despite the rising coronavirus cases being happy and rejoiced.

“This is monumental and this is historic. This is a pivotal moment in history,” Floyd’s brother Philonese told CNN’s Sara Sidner.

Joe Biden shares his views after the verdict.

President Biden also anticipated the verdict and was closing monitoring the situation with vice president Kamala Harris. He told the reporters that he felt happy that justice is served.

“We can’t stop here,” President Joe Biden said at the White House, calling Tuesday’s verdict “a much too rare” step forward for Black men. Vice President Kamala Harris said: “We are all a part of George Floyd’s legacy and our job now is to honor it and to honor him.”

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