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let us remember that people that so let us remember that people that you castigated and attacked that marched — you castigated and attacked that marched in minneapolis and notched all of this_ marched in minneapolis and notched all of this country and we are not going _ all of this country and we are not going to — all of this country and we are not going to stop. one sentence does not solve _ going to stop. one sentence does not solve a _ going to stop. one sentence does not solve a criminaljustice problem. united _ solve a criminaljustice problem. united states senate must show the same _ united states senate must show the same courage that showed and held police _ same courage that showed and held police accountable for murder and make _ police accountable for murder and make them pay in the court of law maximum — make them pay in the court of law maximum for murder. not a token. not a donation _ maximum for murder. not a token. not a donation. but for the accountability for the actions that you did~ — accountability for the actions that you did. let us pray. dear god, we come to the same spot
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we bowed _ dear god, we come to the same spot we bowed at— dear god, we come to the same spot we bowed at the beginning of the trial asking to get this family strength and give them grace. and you've _ strength and give them grace. and you've brought us now to the end of this particular proceeding. they will say— this particular proceeding. they will say it— this particular proceeding. they will say it is more time than any time _ will say it is more time than any time in — will say it is more time than any time in history but we will say that history— time in history but we will say that history has— time in history but we will say that history has been long under serving its citizens — history has been long under serving its citizens. and we humbly thank you for— its citizens. and we humbly thank you for giving this family the strength to stand where other families— strength to stand where other families didn't even get a court date _ families didn't even get a court date we — families didn't even get a court date. we remember eric gardner today, _ date. we remember eric gardner today, we — date. we remember eric gardner today, we remember michael brown, we remember— today, we remember michael brown, we rememberjacob blake who is still with us _ rememberjacob blake who is still with us. we rememberto rememberjacob blake who is still with us. we remember to mail rice on his birthday _ with us. we remember to mail rice on his birthday. 19 years old would've been _ his birthday. 19 years old would've been the _ his birthday. 19 years old would've been the day. we remember breanna taylor, _ been the day. we remember breanna taylor, they— been the day. we remember breanna taylor, they never got a court date. we did _ taylor, they never got a court date. we did get— taylor, they never got a court date. we did get a — taylor, they never got a court date. we did get a court date, a conviction and some time. some will say conviction and some time. some will say that's— conviction and some time. some will say that's progress. i will say as
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malcolm — say that's progress. i will say as malcolm x — say that's progress. i will say as malcolm x said, if you have a knife in my— malcolm x said, if you have a knife in my back — malcolm x said, if you have a knife in my back six inches to take out for inches— in my back six inches to take out for inches is— in my back six inches to take out for inches is progress but i still have _ for inches is progress but i still have two— for inches is progress but i still have two inches of knife in my back. the knife _ have two inches of knife in my back. the knife is — have two inches of knife in my back. the knife is still in our back as long _ the knife is still in our back as long as — the knife is still in our back as long as these unresolved cases are there _ long as these unresolved cases are there and — long as these unresolved cases are there. and the floyd family and those _ there. and the floyd family and those of— there. and the floyd family and those of us in the civil rights community, the activist community will not _ community, the activist community will not stop untiljustice becomes a matter— will not stop untiljustice becomes a matter of federal law and no longer— a matter of federal law and no longer a — a matter of federal law and no longer a news story about the story that we _ longer a news story about the story that we know will follow. catch the us senate — that we know will follow. catch the us senate to see that they must make laws so _ us senate to see that they must make laws so that— us senate to see that they must make laws so that we will not have little children _ laws so that we will not have little children like george's daughter had to give _ children like george's daughter had to give a _ children like george's daughter had to give a judge a statement about the value — to give a judge a statement about the value of her daddy. but they understand that all of your children matter~ _ understand that all of your children matter. yes, black lives matter because — matter. yes, black lives matter because you made us all and we will because you made us all and we will be careful— because you made us all and we will be careful to be loyal and we will
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be careful to be loyal and we will be careful— be careful to be loyal and we will be careful to be loyal and we will be careful to live up to the collet you've _ be careful to live up to the collet you've placed on the lives of those that serve — you've placed on the lives of those that serve. and careful to give your name _ that serve. and careful to give your name to— that serve. and careful to give your name to praise, these blessings we ask in— name to praise, these blessings we ask in your— name to praise, these blessings we ask in your name. amen. let me bring on now. _ ask in your name. amen. let me bring on now. it's _ ask in your name. amen. let me bring on now, it's been a long journey and this is— on now, it's been a long journey and this is not— on now, it's been a long journey and this is not the — on now, it's been a long journey and this is not the end. this isjust one _ this is not the end. this isjust one stop — this is not the end. this isjust one stop on _ this is not the end. this isjust one stop on the highway towards full justice _ one stop on the highway towards full justice. none has been more courageous, none has been more consistent. — courageous, none has been more consistent, one has not been more unselfish _ consistent, one has not been more unselfish than the attorney general of black— unselfish than the attorney general of black america who is stood with his family— of black america who is stood with his family from day one. came even when _ his family from day one. came even when the _ his family from day one. came even when the cameras weren't there and stayed _ when the cameras weren't there and stayed with— when the cameras weren't there and stayed with the family and other families — stayed with the family and other families. let us bring, before we bring _ families. let us bring, before we bring members of the family attorney ben crom _ bring members of the family attorney ben crom. . ~ bring members of the family attorney ben crom. . ,, i. ~ ben crom. thank you, reverend al sharton ben crom. thank you, reverend al sharpton for _ ben crom. thank you, reverend al sharpton for leading _ ben crom. thank you, reverend al sharpton for leading this _ ben crom. thank you, reverend al sharpton for leading this family - ben crom. thank you, reverend al| sharpton for leading this family and
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this country in prayer as we continue to struggle to make the words of liberty and justice real in america. i stand words of liberty and justice real in america. istand here words of liberty and justice real in america. i stand here with a great legal team standing firmly with the family of george floyd. that is attorney chris stewart and attorney miller from atlanta, attorney chris stewart and attorney millerfrom atlanta, georgia, miller from atlanta, georgia, attorney millerfrom atlanta, georgia, attorney tony rahman new chief are maturely look back illinois and just stormed from minneapolis was up at present we have the brothers of george floyd philonise floyd, terrence floyd and rodney floyd as well as brandon williams. we have his cousins sherita tate and tara brown. and we know at home praying we have his sisters bridget floyd, judge floyd, latonya floyd and certainly his beautiful daughter
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chris tells me is smiling, saying that her daddy change the world. and he will talk more about that later. and we want to acknowledge all of his family. we want to acknowledge all of the people who used their voice to say his name. ear; all of the people who used their voice to say his name.— all of the people who used their voice to say his name. say his name! georae voice to say his name. say his name! george floyd! _ voice to say his name. say his name! george floyd! said _ voice to say his name. say his name! george floyd! said his— voice to say his name. say his name! george floyd! said his name! - voice to say his name. say his name! j george floyd! said his name! george flo d! george floyd! said his name! george floyd! today — george floyd! said his name! george floyd! today represents _ george floyd! said his name! george floyd! today represents an _ floyd! today represents an opportunity _ floyd! today represents an opportunity to _ floyd! today represents an opportunity to be - floyd! today represents an opportunity to be a - floyd! today represents an opportunity to be a turning j floyd! today represents an - opportunity to be a turning point in america. this is the longest sentence that a police officer has ever been sentenced to in the history of the state of minnesota. but this should not be the exception when a black person is killed by
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brutality by police. it should be the norm. and so when we think about realjustice, realjustice would be george floyd would still be here with his family. so what we got today was some measure of accountability and we understand that there is still federal charges pending. so as his brothers and his family ask for the maximum, we are still holding out both the maximum! we have to remember realjustice in america will be black men and black women and people of colour will not have to fear being killed by the police just because of the colour of their skin. that will be real justice. so we thank most of all the millions of americans who raise
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their voice, you all raise your voices and because you raise your voices, that is why we got the guilty conviction and that is why we got the longest sentence in the state of minnesota history! on behalf of the floyd family we want to say thank you to millions of americans who all said, until we get justice for george floyd, until we get accountability for george floyd, none of us can breathe. we can breeze just a little bit easier today —— breathe. and we thank you for that today. thank you all. and i will say this, we've got accountability on the civil side thanks to the leadership of the city leaders in minnesota. we now have gotten some accountability in the
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criminal level. but we need accountability on the policy level. so we say to the united states senate, passed the george floyd justice in policing immediately! immediately! immediately! at this time i give you one of the finest attorneys in the united states of america. i have had the pleasure of being with a team of lawyers reverend al, was second to none. and each of them worked tirelessly day and night from every corner of america, working on behalf of george floyd's family. and there is no way we could get to this point where we are on thisjourney we could get to this point where we are on this journey to justice without all of our brothers and
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sisters madeline simmons, michelle could go, all of those, all of them who are working. scott madison. they allowed us to come out front to be with the family today but they are not forgotten. and i know my brother just did wonderful things in louisiana in the bayou with altered sterling, chris stewart appreciates each and every one of the lawyers on our team. at this time you are going to hearfrom attorney our team. at this time you are going to hear from attorney chris stewart and attorneyjustin miller. first and attorney justin miller. first let me start — and attorney justin miller. first let me start by _ and attorney justin miller. first let me start by saying - and attorneyjustin miller. first let me start by saying roxie and gianna _ let me start by saying roxie and gianna couldn't be here but right now gianna is actually watching. she's— now gianna is actually watching. she's watching live. so let me tell you gianna. — she's watching live. so let me tell you gianna, you've done two things in this— you gianna, you've done two things in this case, — you gianna, you've done two things in this case, you started by saying my daddy— in this case, you started by saying my daddy change the world. i want you to _ my daddy change the world. i want you to know you change the world.
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because _ you to know you change the world. because today that statement that you gave _ because today that statement that you gave was notjust because today that statement that you gave was not just powerful but it was _ you gave was not just powerful but it was prophetic. you told us that his spirit— it was prophetic. you told us that his spirit is— it was prophetic. you told us that his spirit is still here. and people that are — his spirit is still here. and people that are doubting, people that are looking _ that are doubting, people that are looking at— that are doubting, people that are looking at these monuments covering up looking at these monuments covering up and _ looking at these monuments covering up and the _ looking at these monuments covering up and the statues coming up of george — up and the statues coming up of george floyd did not understand, you are understanding that his spirit is changing — are understanding that his spirit is changing things. it doesn't matter who the _ changing things. it doesn't matter who the man was, it matters who he is now _ who the man was, it matters who he is now there — who the man was, it matters who he is now. there are conversations happening _ is now. there are conversations happening between black and why that never would've happened before about policing _ never would've happened before about policing. their conversations happening between senators, we are pushing _ happening between senators, we are pushing and urging to stand up for what _ pushing and urging to stand up for what you _ pushing and urging to stand up for what you believe in. if you believe in law— what you believe in. if you believe in law and — what you believe in. if you believe in law and order and change then you will pass— in law and order and change then you will pass this bill because it protects _ will pass this bill because it protects everyone. nelson mandela once said _ protects everyone. nelson mandela once said if you change what you believe _ once said if you change what you believe depending on who you are talking _ believe depending on who you are talking to — believe depending on who you are talking to you are not fit to lead. so we _ talking to you are not fit to lead. so we are — talking to you are not fit to lead. so we are looking for leadership, we looking _ so we are looking for leadership, we looking for— so we are looking for leadership, we looking for the spirit of george floyd _ looking for the spirit of george floyd which is in every single person— floyd which is in every single person now. we are getting off the sidelines _ person now. we are getting off the sidelines and realising that if you
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critigue _ sidelines and realising that if you critique policing it doesn't mean you hate — critique policing it doesn't mean you hate every cop it means you want the bad _ you hate every cop it means you want the bad cops — you hate every cop it means you want the bad cops gone. and we only will change _ the bad cops gone. and we only will change things by leaving the sidelines and coming together in the middle _ sidelines and coming together in the middle no _ sidelines and coming together in the middle no matter what colour you are. middle no matter what colour you are and — middle no matter what colour you are. and that is the spirit of george _ are. and that is the spirit of george floyd. and yes, gianna has change _ george floyd. and yes, gianna has change the — george floyd. and yes, gianna has change the world. it's been an honour— change the world. it's been an honour and a privileged after this family _ honour and a privileged after this family it's— honour and a privileged after this family. it'sjust been an honor. first _ family. it'sjust been an honor. first and — family. it'sjust been an honor. first and foremost i would like to say to the family my condolences, my prayers from my family and everyone in atlanta. from scott masterson, madeleine simmons, lewis breeze by law firm putting a lot of work to help get us to the point where today. thank you to the family. i know that mr chauvin's mother didn't have any words for the family but we do and i know you guys do. so to the family, my condolences and i'm sorry. and we love you. and we love you because this is what it's about first and foremost love. second thing i'll say is this, on till
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things like this are not national news we haven't made it. we are still in the same place that we were 20 years ago and 30 years ago. we are all here talking about something that everybody sitting right here new what should happen. we knew from day one he murdered george floyd. we also are at. but we had to go through this for eight years to get to this point where this family can have some modicum, some amount of closure. a year, so i say this, until black and brown people in this country can get closure, can depend on the justice system, can know that what someone murdered somebody in broad daylight that they are going to be held accountable we've got a lot of work to do. and i will say to all you people, all you activists, all you people, all you activists, all you people that were fighting from day one, keep working, keep pushing, keep fighting. keep fighting. because we have a lot of work to do in atlanta, georgia. and
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in brookline, minnesota. brooklyn centre minnesota, i'm sorry. and in new york city. and in kenosha wisconsin and in north carolina and in los angeles, california and texas and chicago, we have work to do. so keep pushing. this is a victory and we are gonna celebrate it as a victory but it's one step and we have a lot more to go. so thank you guys for being with us through all of this. thank you guys are loving this family and pass the george floyd policing and justice asap. marat floyd policing and “ustice asap. now before we floyd policing and justice asap. now before we get to the some great lawyers — before we get to the some great lawyers from chicago, illinois, one of the _ lawyers from chicago, illinois, one of the best— lawyers from chicago, illinois, one of the best civil rights lawyers in america — of the best civil rights lawyers in america and a great lawyer who hails i’ili'it america and a great lawyer who hails right here _ america and a great lawyer who hails right here in — america and a great lawyer who hails right here in minnesota. without him
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giving _ right here in minnesota. without him giving us _ right here in minnesota. without him giving us the lay of the land there is no _ giving us the lay of the land there is no way— giving us the lay of the land there is no way we would have been able to achieve _ is no way we would have been able to achieve what we have accomplished. attorney— achieve what we have accomplished. attorney oh — achieve what we have accomplished. attorney oh antonio rahman newjeff storms _ attorney oh antonio rahman newjeff storms. good afternoon everyone my name _ storms. good afternoon everyone my name is _ storms. good afternoon everyone my name is tony— storms. good afternoon everyone my name is tony revenue g. what storms. good afternoon everyone my name is tony revenue g.— storms. good afternoon everyone my name is tony revenue g. what we saw toda was name is tony revenue g. what we saw today was the — name is tony revenue g. what we saw today was the final, _ name is tony revenue g. what we saw today was the final, the _ name is tony revenue g. what we saw today was the final, the graph - today was the final, the graph intercepted during that intersected the apex between justice and criminaljustice. what we now have today we have proof that black lives matter. that they are valuable and that when you violate policies you are going to pay and you are going to pay a lot of money and when you violate the law you are going to get prosecuted and you are going to go to jail. and you are going to go to jailfor a long time and to jail. and you are going to go to jail for a long time and those two lines cross today and george floyd now equals justice on both civil and
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criminal. but thejob isn't now equals justice on both civil and criminal. but the job isn't over, it's not over until we go state to state. ravenel, ben, you all set it so eloquently, we must have the george ford do not floyd policing bill passed. if that doesn't get past our justice bill passed. if that doesn't get past ourjustice could fall. the graph could fall. we need justice all over america. we wantjustice for george floyd, the floyd family, we continue to love you, we always will, we will always be a part of your lives. but there are so many other families that are here today that are also suffering and required that are also suffering and required that same justice. civil and criminal. that's what matters most. thank you all. ihlat criminal. that's what matters most. thank you all-— thank you all. not a lot to say that hasn't been _ thank you all. not a lot to say that hasn't been said _ thank you all. not a lot to say that hasn't been said but _ thank you all. not a lot to say that hasn't been said but as _ thank you all. not a lot to say that hasn't been said but as a - thank you all. not a lot to say that hasn't been said but as a local- hasn't been said but as a local minnesota lawyer ijust want us to remember— minnesota lawyer ijust want us to remember that we need all of you, we
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need the _ remember that we need all of you, we need the media, we need the activists— need the media, we need the activists because the second we turn around _ activists because the second we turn around and — activists because the second we turn around and leave we have to go back and ask— around and leave we have to go back and ask ourselves, how do we get more _ and ask ourselves, how do we get more justice for george floyd? how do we _ more justice for george floyd? how do we get _ more justice for george floyd? how do we getjustice more justice for george floyd? how do we get justice for dante more justice for george floyd? how do we getjustice for dante right? how do _ do we getjustice for dante right? how do we get justice for winston smith, _ how do we get justice for winston smith, how do we get justice how do we get justice for winston smith, how do we getjustice for the many— smith, how do we getjustice for the many families here who were regularly— many families here who were regularly fought for on behalf, people — regularly fought for on behalf, people like carraway and her group, nick eva _ people like carraway and her group, nick eva levy armstrong and her group, _ nick eva levy armstrong and her group, and — nick eva levy armstrong and her group, and without all of you we don't _ group, and without all of you we don't have — group, and without all of you we don't have the energy for that fight i’ili'it don't have the energy for that fight right here — don't have the energy for that fight right here. we need you all to keep turning _ right here. we need you all to keep turning it _ right here. we need you all to keep turning it out and we appreciate it because _ turning it out and we appreciate it because it's allowed the floyd family— because it's allowed the floyd family to get the most historic justice — family to get the most historic justice we've ever seen. but it's not enough. thank you. as justice we've ever seen. but it's not enough. thank you.- justice we've ever seen. but it's not enough. thank you. as we get read to not enough. thank you. as we get ready to bring _ not enough. thank you. as we get ready to bring up _ not enough. thank you. as we get ready to bring up the _
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not enough. thank you. as we get ready to bring up the floyd - not enough. thank you. as we get| ready to bring up the floyd family, i would be remiss if brandon as we heard the sentence leaned in and whispered in my air, "i got a text from breanna taylor's mother congratulating us on getting some justice, thejustice congratulating us on getting some justice, the justice that she never got". i have to tell you reverend al, derek children's mother was standing up there making her comments, i thought of tamika palmer, breanna taylor's mother and so is not enough until we get justice for all of our people who have been killed unjustly. i think... yeah, breanna taylor is with us. right now we are going to have you here from some of the floyd family members. you come to know
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him, he has been speaking at the us congress to united nations and everywhere saying that we demand justice for my big brother, george floyd. he sounds like a politician, river now. mr philonise floyd. filth. river now. mr philonise floyd. oh, i've not a river now. mr philonise floyd. 0h, we got a lot _ river now. mr philonise floyd. 0h, we got a lot of — river now. mr philonise floyd. oh, i've got a lot of emotion going through— i've got a lot of emotion going through my head right now. ijust find it— through my head right now. ijust find it profound that i felt that, i be- find it profound that i felt that, i beg for— find it profound that i felt that, i beg forjustice for my brother. some type of— beg forjustice for my brother. some type of accountability. the treatment that i thought that everybody should receive. it'sjust life, everybody should receive. it'sjust life. you _ everybody should receive. it'sjust life, you know, you can get that back _ life, you know, you can get that back we — life, you know, you can get that back. we all live together in this world _ back. we all live together in this world and — back. we all live together in this world and we all want to be able to work— world and we all want to be able to work together in this world. you
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have _ work together in this world. you have good — work together in this world. you have good police officers and you have _ have good police officers and you have bad — have good police officers and you have bad ones. the fact that you shouldn't— have bad ones. the fact that you shouldn't have to sort them out. the community— shouldn't have to sort them out. the community that i grew up in, it was a lot— community that i grew up in, it was a lot of— community that i grew up in, it was a lot of african—american people but the fact— a lot of african—american people but the fact that minnesota has a greater— the fact that minnesota has a greater amount of caucasian people i still think— greater amount of caucasian people i still think that everybody should be the same — still think that everybody should be the same. everybody should be neutral. — the same. everybody should be neutral, everybody should want to make _ neutral, everybody should want to make a _ neutral, everybody should want to make a difference and make sure that people _ make a difference and make sure that people when they come to minnesota, they don't— people when they come to minnesota, they don't think about george floyd, they don't think about george floyd, they should be able to think about how great— they should be able to think about how great minnesota is. not thinking about— how great minnesota is. not thinking about philander castille, and his mother— about philander castille, and his mother is— about philander castille, and his mother is still fighting thinking about— mother is still fighting thinking about dante right, many families i had to— about dante right, many families i had to console, you thinking about anthony— had to console, you thinking about anthony mclean, he was killed. all these _ anthony mclean, he was killed. all these peoples were shot in the back, most of— these peoples were shot in the back, most of them. the fact that i'm here
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and im— most of them. the fact that i'm here and i'm still— most of them. the fact that i'm here and i'm still standing in overa year— and i'm still standing in overa yearlater— and i'm still standing in overa year later and and i'm still standing in overa yearlaterand i'm i'm and i'm still standing in overa year laterand i'm i'm speaking out. times— year laterand i'm i'm speaking out. timesare— year laterand i'm i'm speaking out. times are hard. i have a family, we wake _ times are hard. i have a family, we wake up— times are hard. i have a family, we wake up every day and we don't see my brother~ — wake up every day and we don't see my brother. empty seats all around the house _ my brother. empty seats all around the house he would've been in. the fact that _ the house he would've been in. the fact that gianna will grow up knowing _ fact that gianna will grow up knowing that her father had made a difference _ knowing that her father had made a difference in the world but the fact that she _ difference in the world but the fact that she cannot have a sweet 16, she cannot— that she cannot have a sweet 16, she cannot have — that she cannot have a sweet 16, she cannot have him walk her down the aisle. _ cannot have him walk her down the aisle. she — cannot have him walk her down the aisle, she will not be able to have prom _ aisle, she will not be able to have prom with— aisle, she will not be able to have prom with the daddy dance. this is not something realistic, this is like a — not something realistic, this is like a dream but we all need to stand _ like a dream but we all need to stand up— like a dream but we all need to stand up for what is right. all these — stand up for what is right. all these activists and all these advocates, i thank you all. definitely i think you all. because if you _ definitely i think you all. because if you all— definitely i think you all. because if you all didn't speak out we wouldn't _ if you all didn't speak out we wouldn't of had a lot of help. but the fact— wouldn't of had a lot of help. but the fact that the world, you gotta think—
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the fact that the world, you gotta think about japan, you have to think about— think about japan, you have to think about germany, you have to think united _ about germany, you have to think united nations, you have to think italy~ _ united nations, you have to think italy~ i_ united nations, you have to think italy. i have so many different people — italy. i have so many different people i— italy. i have so many different people i spoke to africa, all around the world _ people i spoke to africa, all around the world and they all think the same _ the world and they all think the same way. your skin colour should not define — same way. your skin colour should not define who you are. it should never _ not define who you are. it should never be — not define who you are. it should never be a — not define who you are. it should never be a weapon. and the fact that we are _ never be a weapon. and the fact that we are standing here today still breathing, we are still fighting, ravenel— breathing, we are still fighting, ravenel says keep fighting. and that's— ravenel says keep fighting. and that's something i can't stop. i want _ that's something i can't stop. i want to— that's something i can't stop. i want to tell ms. carr, i love you. i know— want to tell ms. carr, i love you. i know it's — want to tell ms. carr, i love you. i know it's hard, that's eric turner's mom~ _ know it's hard, that's eric turner's mom i_ know it's hard, that's eric turner's mom~ i want — know it's hard, that's eric turner's mom. i want to tell breanna is taylor's — mom. i want to tell breanna is taylor's mum, i love you. i know it's hard — taylor's mum, i love you. i know it's hard i— taylor's mum, i love you. i know it's hard. i want to tell pamela term, — it's hard. i want to tell pamela term, that's baytown texas, this is not okay~ _ term, that's baytown texas, this is not okay. her daughter is walking around _ not okay. her daughter is walking around and i know she is in tears every— around and i know she is in tears every day— around and i know she is in tears every day thinking about her mother. her mother— every day thinking about her mother. her mother was killed at point—blank range _
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her mother was killed at point—blank range shot _ her mother was killed at point—blank range shot multiple times. so many different— range shot multiple times. so many different people all around the world — different people all around the world who didn't even have this type of technology. ijust world who didn't even have this type of technology. i just want to reiterate, notjust black lives matter — reiterate, notjust black lives matter all lies matter. we need to stand _ matter all lies matter. we need to stand up— matter all lies matter. we need to stand up and fight. can't get comfortable. because when you get comfortable. because when you get comfortable people forget about you. so the _ comfortable people forget about you. so the legend will still live on. george's— so the legend will still live on. george's not here but his spirit lives _ george's not here but his spirit lives here _ george's not here but his spirit lives here. breanna taylor is not here _ lives here. breanna taylor is not here but— lives here. breanna taylor is not here but the spirit still lives here — here but the spirit still lives here eric— here but the spirit still lives here. eric garner is not here, spirit — here. eric garner is not here, spirit is — here. eric garner is not here, spirit is still— here. eric garner is not here, spirit is still right here. but the fact that — spirit is still right here. but the fact that we are here fighting, i want _ fact that we are here fighting, i want you — fact that we are here fighting, i want you all to stand up and fight. thank— want you all to stand up and fight. thank you — want you all to stand up and fight. thank you all so much! next want you all to stand up and fight. thank you all so much!— want you all to stand up and fight. thank you all so much! next we are auoin to thank you all so much! next we are going to have _ thank you all so much! next we are going to have another— thank you all so much! next we are going to have another brother- thank you all so much! next we are going to have another brother of. going to have another brother of george who came all the way from new york, as we introduce him it's not lost on us as attorney stuart and i
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talked it's always a journey to justice. tony told me, look mcdonagh who was found his killer, the police officer that killed him shot in ia times in the back on video.16 officer that killed him shot in ia times in the back on video. 16 times in the back on video. and he was convicted of second—degree murder and he was only sentenced to six years. joan who in dallas, texas was killed in his own apartment the white police woman and mcgregor was found guilty of first—degree murder, river now. and she was only sentenced to ten years. and justin miller, where was it? walter scott in south carolina, same conviction, shotin in south carolina, same conviction, shot in the back, on video, convicted 20 years. so each step,
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each case we keep making progress. we came to far to stop now. we have to keep going forward. and so that's why all the energy we have in this courtroom, we have to take to capitol hill and we have to join senator cory booker, joined congresswoman karen bass, senator tim scott, we've got to say, you all we need meaningful police reform so we need meaningful police reform so we don't have to put up with these injustices. seems like ravenel, every other week there is a new hashtag. we can stop this, america. we are at the turning point. parents, terrence floyd brooklyn new york. let parents, terrence floyd brooklyn new york. . , ., parents, terrence floyd brooklyn new york. . . . york. let me hear you say change! chane! york. let me hear you say change! change! let _ york. let me hear you say change! change! let me — york. let me hear you say change! change! let me hear _ york. let me hear you say change! change! let me hear you - york. let me hear you say change! change! let me hear you say - york. let me hear you say change! i change! let me hear you say change! change! _ change! let me hear you say change! change! that's right that's like i
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heard _ change! that's right that's like i heard you — change! that's right that's like i heard you say change altogether that's _ heard you say change altogether that's all— heard you say change altogether that's all we can keep the change going. _ that's all we can keep the change going, together. fight, keep fighting. the way we got here is because — fighting. the way we got here is because of our fight, your fight together~ — because of our fight, your fight together. you all hit the street we thank— together. you all hit the street we thank you — together. you all hit the street we thank you for you all and i am overwhelmed. i'm overwhelmed. but i'm overwhelmed. i'm overwhelmed. but im to— overwhelmed. i'm overwhelmed. but im to tell— overwhelmed. i'm overwhelmed. but i'm to tell you a quick story. i had a dream _ i'm to tell you a quick story. i had a dream the — i'm to tell you a quick story. i had a dream the other night. i was in a field, _ a dream the other night. i was in a field, i_ a dream the other night. i was in a field, i was — a dream the other night. i was in a field, iwas in— a dream the other night. i was in a field, i was in a field in the south with my— field, i was in a field in the south with my family and i saw, i looked back and _ with my family and i saw, i looked back and i— with my family and i saw, i looked back and i saw a man coming up walking, — back and i saw a man coming up walking, walking and i'm trying to figure _ walking, walking and i'm trying to figure out— walking, walking and i'm trying to figure out who is that, who is at? i look, _ figure out who is that, who is at? i look. he _ figure out who is that, who is at? i look. he gets— figure out who is that, who is at? i look, he gets closer, all of a sudden _ look, he gets closer, all of a sudden i _ look, he gets closer, all of a sudden i see the hat cocked to the side like _ sudden i see the hat cocked to the side like this. anybody who knows me knows _ side like this. anybody who knows me knows who _ side like this. anybody who knows me knows who that is. that's my father. so he _ knows who that is. that's my father. so he got _ knows who that is. that's my father. so he got close to me and he gave me a smile _ so he got close to me and he gave me a smile and _ so he got close to me and he gave me a smile and he gave me a hug. terrence — a smile and he gave me a hug. terrence floyd the brother of george floyd given his reaction to the sentencing of 22 and half years to the former police officer derek
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shoaf and —— at chauvin. for the murder of george floyd the honour man. reverend al sharpton said one centring delete my sentence does not solve a criminaljustice problem. good evening. friday brought us a real mix of weather types. for some areas some sunshine broke through in other places we kept the cloud and the outbreaks of rain. this was the picture in whitby on friday where it was a much cooler today, about 12 degrees cooler than we had during on thursday. looking ahead towards the weekend spells of sunshine on offer, also a few showers around on saturday, more persistent rain in the south is likely to arrive on sunday but things will turn dryer further north. at the moment we've got this slow moving frontal system, not particularly active, still bringing in quite a bit of cloud around for this evening for the rest of this evening and overnight to and a few spots of rain for northern england.
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one or two heavy downpours could be the odd rumble of thunder particularly across parts of wales and also into the west midlands. further south you should state mostly drive to the lie. most places saying in double figures as we head to the early hours of saturday. the weekends weather then is going to be dominated by the fact that we still got this slow—moving area of low pressure close to the south. it's not going to be a particularly active weather front on saturday but it is going to bring us a fair amount of cloud certainly. less breezy than it was on friday, still some drizzly rain here and there. particularly through parts of northeast england, southeast scotland. a few showers also breaking out through wales, midlands, northeast later in the day. elsewhere some spells of sunshine especially towards parts of england and wales, northern ireland also seen some sunshine as is the northwest of scotland but still quite cool 13 or 11! for scotland, up to about 22 degrees in the warmer spots down towards the southeast on saturday. as we head towards the second half of the weekend still a little bit of uncertainty about the detail into sunday because we've got this frontal system, this area just
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pepping up the rain across parts of the southern and southwest england on sunday. looks like initially the rain could be affecting the aisles of silly, cornwall as well and then spreading further east anywhere south of the m4 corridor but they could be a bit of rain to the north of that too. most other parts of the uk avoiding the wet weather for much of the day with some sunnier spells and it will feel warmer on sunday compared to saturday for scotland and northern ireland. temperatures perhaps 21 or 22 degrees. it remains unsettled particularly in the south as we head to the first half of the new working week. most places looking a little bit drier and attach it warmer as we head towards the end of this coming week. bye for now.
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tonight at ten: borisjohnson accepts an apology from the health secretary, after pictures emerge of him kissing and embracing a colleague, in breach of covid guidance. matt hancock says he's "let people down" and is "very sorry", after the images showed him with gina coladangelo. seen here with her, labour says mr hancock should be sacked. unfortunately, this saga does seem, yet again, to indicate that there's one rule for the conservatives and another rule for everybody else. there are questions about how mrs coladangelo was appointed to the board of the department of health. also tonight: the court, you to the custody of
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corrections _ the court, you to the custody of corrections for a period of 270

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