George Floyd’s Son Visits Site Where His Father Died & Speaks Out

Quincy said in a conference, “We want justice for what’s going on right now.”


Quincy Mason Floyd, George Floyd’s son, visited the site where his father died in Minneapolis last Wednesday.

Quincy said in a conference, “We want justice for what’s going on right now.” He added, “This is so emotional.” He added, “He went on to say that “no man or woman should be without their fathers.””

The Minnesota Attorney General’s office has finished its primary review in the investigation of four former police officers involved in the murder of George Floyd and has made a verdict regarding additional charges. Officials are expected to make a significant announcement later this evening.

One former officer, Derek Chauvin, has been charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter — but protesters claim that all of officers involved should also be charged.

What we do know while we wait to receive that news, is that Floyd will return home to Houston on Monday for a public memorial. “It’s going to be a big deal for our city to bring him home,” said Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo.

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