The case against four former police officers accused of the killing of the African-American George Floyd, on 8. March 2021 start. Previously, it to on 11. September, a hearing on procedural questions, such as judge Peter Cahill announced on Monday. Cahill, judicial authorities, defence, and members requested that in addition to silence.
In the past few weeks had referred to, among others, police chief Medaria Arradondo and Minnesota Governor Tim Walz Floyd's death under the knee of the white police officer Derek Chauvin at the end of may as a "murder". Also the defenders of Chauvin and his former colleague, Thomas Lane, J. Alexander Kueng and Tou Thao, were indicted for manslaughter or aid, as well as Floyd's members had publicly speculated about the upcoming procedure. "The court will not be happy to hear more on the three topics, facts, evidence and guilt or innocence," said Cahill. He threatened to move the process further indiscretions in another district.Updated Date: 30 June 2020, 12:19