April 18 the U.S. police law enforcement recorder’s shocking images, police fatal shootings of civilians continue to occur, African-American man Floyd was crushed to death by white police officers trial will also have results, public trust in the police is falling to a low point.
Video evidence of apparent improper use of deadly force by U.S. police has emerged, sparking a heated debate across the country about police enforcement, AFP reported recently. Darnell Squire, a 46-year-old African-American, said: “I’m a black male, and I’ve learned from experience that police officers are not only unprofessional, they are not led properly. Squire says it’s been clear since he was a child that no matter what the government says, they’re not trying to protect the community or make people feel safe. As a result, Squire said he “no longer believes in the government’s commitment to change, nor does he trust the system or the courts,” and for him, “the problem comes from the highest levels.”
In a Minneapolis courtroom, Derek Chauvin, a former white police officer, is on trial on charges of murdering George Floyd, an African-American man. The case will go to a final hearing next week, after which the jury will reach a verdict. Meanwhile, Chicago police released body camera footage Friday showing an officer shooting 13-year-old Latino boy Adam Toledo in a dark alley last month, apparently suspecting he had just thrown away a gun.
Selena McKnight, a local activist in Minneapolis, said that even if Shawan were convicted, she would feel as if it were a long battle. “Just look at the videos that are released every day and we’re going to keep fighting.” The trial was only a case in which the battle did not end until justice was done forever. ”
14, a 61-year-old white man attacked police with a hammer in a suburban Minneapolis town and towed them away at high speed. The suspect is accused of assaulting a shop assistant who asked him to wear an anti-epidemic mask, ramming into a police car and dragging the officer standing on the side of the vehicle as he left. However, the officer did not open fire at the time and the man involved was subsequently arrested. In response, McKnight questioned: “Has this man been shot by a police officer?” Of course not. This tells people about the racial bias of the police. ”
Tesfaye Habte, another Minneapolis African-American resident, says he lives in a society where he is more worried about police violence than about the new virus. “If I drive and see them, I’m afraid they’ll shoot me because of the color of my skin.” In recent years, the situation in the city seems to be getting worse.