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BREAKING: A judge dismissed the third-degree murder charge against Derek Chauvin for the police killing of #GeorgeFloyd.

But the judge upheld the more serious second-degree murder and manslaughter charges, meaning he faces up to a total 55 years in prison. pic.twitter.com/WRaOIulDps
On October 7, mere hours after Derek Chauvin was bailed out, youth in the Twin Cities organized a rally of hundreds of people that started at #GeorgeFloyd square and marched through South #Minneapolis streets.
“I’m a Black girl in America, it’s not a choice not to be active”

Youth Lead March Mere Hours After Derek Chauvin Bailed Out of Prison

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#Minneapolis #GeorgeFloyd pic.twitter.com/kNIk1VObcU
Judge dismisses 3rd-degree murder charge against Derek Chauvin in connection with George Floyd death, refuses to dismiss other charges ow.ly/XJwD30rgty6
The difference between Derek Chauvin's murder charges: ▪️ 2nd-degree: causing death without intent while inflicting bodily harm on victim. Up to 40 years. ▪️ 3rd-degree: when killing is "eminently dangerous to others and evincing a depraved mind." Up to 25 years. (Dropped.) pic.twitter.com/EsrgQYV6Rd
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