NAACP CONDEMNS MINNEAPOLIS POLICE FOR “STATE-SANCTIONED MURDER” OF GEORGE FLOYD

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Minneapolis NAACP's Leslie Remond: “The cruel display of the state-sanctioned murder that took place in Minneapolis is yet another repugnant show of violence by the police."
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The NAACP calls the killing of George Chauvin (shown with fiancee) a "state-sanctioned murder."

The NAACP released the following statement regarding the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis Police Officers:

Leslie Remond, president, Minneapolis NAACP, stated, “The cruel display of the state-sanctioned murder that took place in Minneapolis is yet another repugnant show of violence by the police. The actions of the officers involved are inexcusable and warrant swift consequences. Their actions represent a dangerous precedent set forth by the racist, xenophobic, and prejudicial sentiment in our society against Black people. We witnessed a violation of our human rights, and we must hold all involved criminally accountable for the death of Mr. Floyd.”

Derrick Johnson, president and CEO, NAACP, stated, “The words, ‘I can’t breathe!’ echo louder and louder as we think back to 2014 when New York police officers killed Eric Garner in the same manner. Yet, here we are waking up to the untimely murder of George Floyd by police officers. The outrage we feel and the justice we demand will reverberate throughout Minneapolis and the country as a whole. We are done dying. This moment calls for us to unify, uplift the family, and pursue justice.”

Founded in 1909, the NAACP is the nation’s oldest and largest nonpartisan civil rights organization. Its members throughout the United States and the world are the premier advocates for civil rights in their communities.

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