Probe into George Floyd's death finds discrimination by police | USA TODAY
An investigation launched after George Floyd’s killing has determined that the department engages in a pattern of race discrimination.
A state investigation launched after George Floyd’s killing in the custody of four Minneapolis police officers has determined that the department engages in a pattern of race discrimination.
Minnesota’s Department of Human Rights announced the finding of the nearly two-year probe on Wednesday. The department has the power to enforce the state’s Human Rights Act, which makes it illegal for police departments to discriminate against someone due to their race.
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