The white policeman(Minneapolis) Kneels the Black man's Neck till he dies

Four members of the Minneapolis Police Department have been fired over the death of George Floyd, who was filmed by Daniella Frazier, being pinned to the ground by his neck by a white police officer moments before he died in custody.  
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo confirmed in a press conference on Tuesday that four officers have been terminated following Monday's incident.

'We know there are inherent dangers in the profession of policing but the vast majority of the work we do never requires the use of force,' Arradondo said.
The names of the four cops have not been released, but the two seen in the video have been identified by Floyd's family's lawyer as officers Derek Chauvin and Tou Thao.

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The pair were filmed in a video taken by a bystander on Monday which showed Floyd struggling to breathe on the ground as a white cop knelt on his neck for over six minutes. 
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey  also announced the firings on Twitter, saying, 'This is the right call.'  
The Minneapolis Police Department and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension did not respond to calls for comment.
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