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Mayor in the UNITED states: the Cop should be imprisoned for black man's death

A brutal arrest that led to a black man's death in the city of Minneapolis, have in recent days attracted much attention in the UNITED states.

the Case is about the arrest of the 46-year-old George Floyd.

He lost his life after a white police officer had been sitting with his knee on the man's neck for several minutes.

Wednesday calls on the mayor of Minneapolis, Jacob Frey, for the opening of a criminal case against the concerned cop.

he says at a news conference.

- Why are the man who killed George Floyd, not in prison? If you had done it, or I had done it, we would be sitting behind bars now.

I call on district attorney Mike Freeman to open a criminal case against the officer who made the arrest in this case.

the Officer and the other three involved officers were on Tuesday sacked.

The brutal arrest, which led to George Floyd's death, has once again, shot once in the racespørgsmålet in the UNITED states and the debate about unnecessary police violence. Photo: Kerem Yucel/Ritzau Scanpix

Footage from the episode, which can be seen at the top, shows that the black man was held down against the asphalt of the politibetjentens knees for several minutes.

the Man says repeatedly that he can't get air. He seems to lose consciousness, while the police officer continues to jostle him down, and the spectators shouting, that it must stop. Later lose the man life.

Already on Tuesday condemned the mayor Jacob Frey betjentenes actions.

- What I saw was so wrong on all levels. To be black in America should not be a death sentence, he wrote on Twitter.

According to police, opposite Floyd physically a cop, why he was put in handcuffs. He was allegedly suspected to have been running narkokørsel.

the Case of George Floyd in the UNITED states re-awakened debate about the racespørgsmålet and the use of undue police violence. The circumstances of Floyd's death draws traces back to Eric Garner, who in 2014 was brutally arrested in New York city.

Garner, who was black, also said, 'I can't breathe' several times, while he was held down against a sidewalk and later died.

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