Watch George Floyd’s family in Houston react to Derek Chauvin trial verdict

Watch George Floyd’s family in Houston react to Derek Chauvin trial verdict

Former Minneapolis Officer Derek Chauvin was convicted Tuesday of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd, and Floyd’s family in Houston are feeling a sense of relief.

The verdict arrived after about 10 hours of deliberations over two days, and was read late in the afternoon in a city on edge.

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51 Responses

  1. Maria Lisa says:

    I’m in tears watching this. May he finally rest in peace.

  2. C B says:

    As a member of law enforcement I was very happy to see your family get justice. Take care.

    • free markets says:

      First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out—
      Because I was not a socialist.

      Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out—
      Because I was not a trade unionist.

      Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—
      Because I was not a Jew.

      Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.

      Cops need to start calling out the injustice in its own department instead of pretending to care. Remaining silent of injustice is the same as remaining silent in a Holocaust

    • Nuh 1997 says:

      More police officers need to speak out like this

    • Big Woke says:

      it’s a shame they only show the bad things officers do, instead of the good ones

    • youtube bans me says:

      @Francesca Fournair you make me cringe try to have respect for yourself

    • Debbie Wolf says:

      @James Feldman Don’t engage with the snowflakes. Make a comment and leave it there. Ignoring them gives them no platform.

  3. Michelle Ferguson says:

    This should of never happened and I’m so happy that Justice is served. May you and your family have peace now. What a Victory and a Message to others that this will not be tolorated on our USA soil… May you now RIP George..

  4. Angalica Alabaster says:

    This family needed this. They needed to hear that this crime was not going to be ignored and that George Floyd’s life was not just another statistic. I cried with them

  5. Mrs. H says:

    Thank y’all so much for sharing this with the world! We’re all crying with you right now. FINALLY Justice has been served! I truly hope and pray that this will set a standard for future cases of police brutality.

  6. Jay Jay 106 says:

    You can see the one in the purple shirt really resembles George a lot. So glad for them

  7. LoveRacing_1979 says:

    I feel terrible for this family for no longer having George in their lives but also feel so happy for them to get the justice deserved ❤

    • littlesongbird1 says:

      @03 Baby Tim Exactly and the cop was arrested for him a counterfeit bill. I mean yes it’s a crime but it’s not like George was a murderer or a rapist. The cop didn’t need to take it to such an hateful and violent extreme. Hopefully, he will get the help he needs in prison and George’s family can find some peace.

    • william dolezal says:

      He had been resisting arrest prior to being put on the ground it took 3 officers to restraint him

    • Terrell Smith says:

      Should have helped him stay off drugs

    • SupraDeluxx says:

      your despicable.

    • ?Baddie? says:

      @TOMMY GOODWIN Source: “trust me bro”

  8. Angel C . says:

    So happy for the monumental verdict …May your family have peace and know that many people around the world stand with you …Rest in eternal peace George Floyd…

    • Sebas Sanchez C-137 says:

      He wasn’t an angel 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    • No Name says:

      Floyd said he couldn’t breathe LONG before he was pinned to the ground. People need to watch the entire video from the officers body camera. The entre event was over 25 minutes long, NOT 9 minutes.

      The racists win the unjust verdict but only because of continually playing the victim, deceiving the hearts of good people. It’s a sad day in America when someone is convicted of murder because of their skin color.

    • CueLash says:

      @No Name Nice angle, but it doesn’t work when people murder other people. If someone says they can’t breathe even before being placed in handcuffs, it’s not instantaneously indicative of someone on drugs. It could EASILY be the intense stress placed on an individual during an intense event like this one. Even IF your imaginary angle worked in this situation, if someone is saying that they’re having trouble breathing, why intentionally kneel on their neck? None of your points work in this regard. Please locate more chromosomes.

    • Lando says:

      @CueLash exactly. Look how hard they try to make you focus on Floyd instead of the studying police officer. This is the conservative way though – focus on the person and not the actions.

  9. samara kiely says:

    Watching from Australia with tears in my eyes, it’s great to see this family see justice, he was not lost in vain, his tragedy has opened so many peoples eyes and changed the world, so sad it took this to bring understand but ally very least it will show black community everywhere that we feel you see you and we are on your side for respect and equality

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    • Caitlin says:

      Same here and I’m crying for the family they finally get what they deserved, justice.

  10. Animal4lyfe89 says:

    This brings tears to my eyes. I am so happy they got justice but nothing will bring George Floyd back. Very bittersweet and very amazing moment for his family.

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