October 18, 2021

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George Floyd’s 6-year-old daughter appears next to her crying mother

George Floyd's 6-year-old daughter appears next to her crying mother

George Floyd’s 6-year-old daughter was standing next to her crying mother At a press conference on Tuesday The woman recalled how Floyd went to Minnesota to support them – and her lawyers demanded that all police involved in her police-brutal case be brought to justice.

“He’s a good man – that’s the proof,” said Roxy Washington, the mother of Floyd’s young daughter, Gianna, who was standing next to a little girl in Minneapolis, who was killed May 25 in a traumatic case.

“He loved us so much.” I want people to know that these cops took it from me, ”Washington said.

“Kiana has no father. He’ll never see her grow up, graduate. He would never walk her down the aisle. “

Minneapolis, Minn., From Floyd Houston, Washington.

Floyd, 46, died after a policeman was accused of kneeling for almost 9 minutes in his neck, a horrific incident caught on video and sparked national and global protests. Three other officers were on the scene at the time, two of whom reportedly fell on Floyd’s back.

Roxy Washington embraces her daughter Gianna Floyd
Roxy Washington embraces her daughter Gianna FloydStephen Mature / Getty Images

“Images last forever. But justice will never be true, time and time again, we are fighting these cases, ”said Chris Stewart of Atlanta, one of Washington’s lawyers.

“Everyone at home wonders why there is riots and why there is resistance. This is because such circumstances have not gone unnoticed, ”he said.

“Nobody says every police officer out there is trying to kill someone,” Stewart said. “But when someone does something, when someone crosses the line, they have to go through the system and take responsibility.

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“How unfair is that?”

Justin Miller, Stewart’s lawyer, added: “Today, we wanted to show the world that George Floyd is not just a name, but also a memory, not something to be chanted.

“George Floyd is a real person, a good person, and there are people who loved him.”

Former NBA player Stephen Jackson was among those who loved Floyd.

“I’m here to get justice for my brother,” said the former New Jersey Nets player. “We demand it.”