In images ,making rounds on social media, the incumbent USA president Joe Biden is seen kneeling before Floyd's son. President Biden is in the same position that killed George. He is allegedly begging for forgiveness. This images have warmed the hearts of many with the Chauvin trial taking a new twist.
Joe's move coming as a surprise to many because of his position. He is a good hearted person and so such was expected of him.
The Minneapolis City Government, has since then, awarded Floyd's family with 27 million dollars. This happens as the nut is tightened on his killers with the prosecution ongoing.
A recent medical examination showing that Floyd would have died as a result of drug use or a heart disease. Would this be true?
The prosecution is on . We just hope that Justice will take its course. We are saying all lives matter and not only black lives matter. Black lives matter too.
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