Flint-area police join protesters marching to seek justice for George Floyd

George Floyd
George Floyd

FLINT TWP., MI — Thousands of protesters close Miller Road Saturday in Flint Township, demanding justice for George Floyd.

Floyd, a 46-year-old man with African origins who was killed by a police officer in Minneapolis on Monday. He died after being handcuffed and the cop treaded his neck with his knee.

May 25. Video went viral on social media shows white Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on Floyd’s neck for minutes. In the video, Floyd can be heard over and again saying he can’t breathe as regular people encourage Chauvin to get off him and check his heartbeat.

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