"How many Chauvins are there?" one QAnon conspiracy theorist asked.
George Floyd's family and their attorney applauded the 22-and-a-half-year sentence Chauvin received from a judge in Minneapolis.
Chauvin's attorney asked the judge for probation, a request prosecutors called "so outside the realm of possibility."
Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin publicly addressed the death of George Floyd for the first time on Friday ahead of his sentencing.
In a video played for the court, Gianna Floyd said she asks about her father "all the time."
"There was nothing typical about what Derek Chauvin did in torturing George Floyd to death," attorney Ben Crump said.
Attorneys for the former Minneapolis police officer alleged that misconduct by the judge, prosecutors and jurors compromised Chauvin's right to a fair trial.
Judge Peter Cahill will consider aggravating factors when deciding how long of a prison term to hand down to the former Minneapolis police officer.
According to police, Floyd's face and the inscription were spraypainted black. The words "Patriot Front" were sprayed in white over the gold lettering on the side of the statue.
Frazier was 17 when she made the video that helped set off a global movement over racial injustice.
The upcoming trial of four ex-officers charged with third-degree murder in George Floyd's death may be impacted if the Minnesota Supreme Court chooses to reverse the same charge for another ex-officer who shot and killed a woman in 2017.
The federal trial for four former officers, indicted on allegations that they violated George Floyd's rights when pinning him to the ground, might be pushed back. Prosecutors are arguing that the case is unusual and complex because of the volume of evidence.
A report from the Star Tribune details the difficulties that businesses damaged during the protests have faced.
This nation would do best acknowledging historical racism—the ways it lingers and compromises Black lives daily.
"To keep this movement flourishing, to keep my brother's name ringing in the ears of everyone," Terrence Floyd said at a gathering ahead of the one-year anniversary of his brother's murder.
Splattered pig's blood accompanied by a decapitated pig head were left on the former home of a man who testified as part of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin's defense during his trial for the killing of George Floyd.
Judge Peter Cahill found beyond a reasonable doubt that Chauvin abused his power as a police officer and treated Floyd with particular cruelty, among other aggravating factors that could lengthen the former Minneapolis cop's prison sentence.
Duane Chapman warned that more police would face lawsuits and potential charges if they continued using lethal force.
Chauvin was recently found guilty of the murder of George Floyd last May in Minneapolis. Now he could face another trial.
Derek Chauvin, Thomas Lane, J. Kueng and Tou Thao were indicted on additional charges related to the death of George Floyd.
"The problem is, most abuses are committed by officers who just aren't thinking. They're scared or they're angry, and those emotions can lead people to behave in irrational ways. Dramatically better and different training could help change this, but one trial probably won't."
Eric Nelson, Chauvin's lawyer, filed a motion for a new trial on Tuesday, citing multiple grounds, including allegations of errors made by the judge.
On April 20, a jury found Chauvin—a former Minneapolis, Minnesota police officer who killed a Black man named George Floyd—guilty of all three criminal counts related to Floyd's death.
Many Black and brown people still cannot breathe at all, as the nation struggles to reckon with the systemic racism that pervades policing and affects their lives.
Karra Crowley, a real estate agent, says someone sent the emails to the Sacramento chapter of Black Lives Matter to harm her business.
Last week a jury found Derek Chauvin guilty of murdering George Floyd. With that verdict, the trial of one police officer came to an end and a renewed conversation about policing in America and use of excessive force has begun.
"I think one of the lessons that people will learn over time is that there's no question there needs to be police," former President George W. Bush said during a recent podcast interview.
The 26-year-old died on April 19 in California after being pinned down by officers using their knees, elbows and arms.