Prosecutors Seek 3 Month Delay in Trial of Cops Charged In George Floyd’s Death

The trial for the Minneapolis cops involved in the death of George Floyd may be facing a setback, as prosecutors are asking for a three-month delay for the trial. The trial for the cops—Derek Chauvin, Tou Thao, J. Alexander Kueng, and Thomas Lane, was supposed to start on March 8, as all of the cops were to be tried together. However, COVID-19 was cited as a reason for delay, with the prosecution filing a motion to put off the trial until June 7 so that there can be a balance…

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Black Entrepreneur Creates App to Help Film Police Brutality and Alert Family Members

Washington, DC — Meet James A. Samuel, Jr., founder and CEO of a new app called ANJEL Tech that allows users to immediately began live streaming and transmitting footage to their family members when they are in any type of dangerous situation. The app, developed by a DC-based Black-owned company, appeals to the African American community because of what has been happening across the nation in regards to police brutality. However, the app can also be used to alert loved ones of other personal safety issues such as domestic abuse, elderly abuse, etc.…

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