"You're seeing the prosecutor's office, I think, looking at the fact that this was a police officer," Coates said. "What a reasonable police officer would have done, but also, whether this officer intended to get up this morning or have that interaction with Mr. George Floyd and cause his death." … [Read more...] about Why was ex-Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin charged with third-degree murder?
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The defendant pulled Mr. Floyd out of the passenger side of the squad car at 8:19:38 p.m. and Mr. Floyd went to the ground face down and still handcuffed. Kueng held Mr. Floyd's back and Lane held his legs. The defendant placed his left knee in the area of Mr. Floyd's head and neck. Mr. Floyd said, "I can't breathe" multiple times and repeatedly said, "Mama" and "please," as well. The defendant and the other two officers stayed in their positions. … [Read more...] about READ: The criminal complaint against ex-Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin
The slow mutation rate of the virus makes it hard to track, Worobey said. "It mutates so slowly that there are bound to be lots of times that the virus has moved from one country to another but you can't distinguish it because it looks like the identical virus. It does get tricky that way," he said. … [Read more...] about US missed early chance to slow coronavirus, genetic study indicates
"The data also suggest that cases of Covid-19 were not yet present in the eastern or midwestern states during the same time frame. However the findings do show that in late February, early March, there were several importations of the virus from Europe into California, northeastern United States and possibly elsewhere. Subsequent to that, nationwide spread of the virus occurred," Redfield said. … [Read more...] about CDC was ‘never blind’ to early spread of coronavirus within the US, director says
Nor would there be much benefit for some economies to ease restrictions early while much of the rest of the world remained under lockdown, experts add. Robertson points to Sweden, which adopted a different strategy to other European nations during the pandemic -- keeping most schools, restaurants, salons and bars open. It did, however, ask people to refrain from making long journeys, placing an emphasis on personal responsibility. … [Read more...] about Critics say lockdowns will be more damaging than the virus. Experts say it’s a false choice