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Editorial: Fixing American policing: A year after George Floyd’s death, Congress can make progress

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New York Daily News

One year has gone by since former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin killed George Floyd by kneeling on his back and neck for nine minutes and 29 seconds. Floyd pleaded “Mama! Mama!” and eventually fell silent, while horrified onlookers watched and recorded on their phones. Those videos allowed the whole world to see the agony, the excruciating cruelty, of a Black man slowly having the life crushed out of his body. Last month a jury correctly convicted Chauvin for Floyd’s murder, meting out welcome justice. But just like the “Black Lives Matter” slogan painted in huge yellow letters on F…

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