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Police camera footage of NBA star Jaxson Hayes, who was detained on grounds of domestic violence in Los Angeles, USA, and electrocuted with a shock gun by the police for resisting, was shared yesterday.
In the footage of the incident, which was publicly known as the ‘The George Floyd Incident in the NBA’, it was seen that Hayes said “I can’t breathe” several times.
The Los Angeles Police Department, which opened an investigation after the lawyers of Jaxson Hayes (21) stated that the actor put his knee on the neck of the police while he was being detained, and that he was out of breath, shared the police camera footage of the incident yesterday. In the footage, it was found that the famous New Orleans Pelicans player put his knee on the back of the policeman’s neck during detention and the player said “I can’t breathe” several times.
Los Angeles police stated that they went to Jaxson Hayes’ home after a report of domestic violence and that they used stun guns because Hayes resisted detention. Police also stated that the investigation is ongoing and could take up to a year.
DEAD OF GEORGE FLOYD
In Minneapolis, Minnesota, 46-year-old black American George Floyd pleaded for minutes, “I can’t breathe”, as 44-year-old police officer Derek Chauvin pressed his knee to his neck for 9 minutes and 29 seconds when he was detained on suspicion of fraud on May 25, 2020. .MOBILBAHIS GIRIS ICIN TIKLAYIN
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It was stated that Floyd died in the hospital where he was taken by the emergency medical teams who came to the scene, and the images related to the incident inflamed the debate on police violence against black people in the country and caused violent protests.
Chauvin, accused of causing Floyd’s death, was taken into custody 4 days after the incident. Chauvin, who was charged with 2nd and 3rd degree murder and 2nd degree manslaughter, was arrested.
Chauvin was released from prison in Oak Park Heights, where he has been held since May 29, 2020, on a $1 million bail on July 10, 2020.
Chauvin, whose bail was released at his later hearing, was arrested and put in prison.
The other three former police officers found at fault in Floyd’s death had previously been released pending trial upon the payment of the bail amount of $750 thousand to the balance.
The trial of three former police officers on charges of aiding and abetting murder and manslaughter by the state is expected to begin in August.
Flash development in the George Floyd case!
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