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Floyd’s family again asks for justice at his funeral: “Has the United States ever been great?”

June 9, 2020

The family of African-American George Floyd, who died two weeks ago from the Minneapolis police, returned to support justice this Tuesday during his funeral in the city of Houston, Texas, where Floyd grew up.

His niece, Brooke Williams, insisted during a short speech that “as long as I breathe, there will be justice,” and in a clear allusion to President Donald Trump’s campaign slogan, he wondered if “the United States was ever great “.

“Please, no more hate crimes,” he said before complaining that none of the four officers who were on the scene when Floyd died showed that they had “soul or heart”.

Floyd’s family again asks for justice at his funeral: “Has the United States ever been great?”Floyd’s family again asks for justice at his funeral: “Has the United States ever been great?”

“None of the agents showed remorse when he saw my uncle’s soul leave his body. He begged and begged for his life many times, but you pressed even more,” he said, referring to the agent kneeling on kicked his neck. Derek Chauvin, who is now charged with second degree murder. “Why does the system have to be so damaged?” He insisted.