It’s “unbelievable” Derek Chauvin deliberately killed George Floyd


Wednesday’s Pro Football Hall of Fame Brett Favre said he felt “unbelievable” that former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin intended to kill him. George Floyd Floyd was arrested last year.

“It’s hard to believe, and I’m not defending Derek Chauvin. First of all, it’s hard to believe he intended to kill George Floyd,” Fabre said in a podcast. Boring with Favre..

“That said, his actions weren’t required,” added a 20-year NFL veteran. “I don’t care what color the person is on the street. I don’t know what led to that video we saw where his knees were on the neck, but the man Threw a towel. “

Favre’s comment came one day After a jury convicted Chauvin of two murders, three murders, and two manslaughter charges.

In the arrest video, Chauvin can be seen kneeling on Floyd’s neck for more than nine minutes, even after Floyd loses consciousness.

Soccer Legends stepped into a heated discourse about Floyd’s death just a week after Floyd said he wanted politics from sports. He said last week he believed that political involvement in athletics had hurt the game and agreed with those who decided to stop watching sports.

On Wednesday, Favre defended his comments on politics and sports after a backlash: “I gave my opinion. Despite some people thinking, I’m certainly not a racist. As you know, I’m for unity. Yes, I feel there is a better way to unite our country. “

“That said, there’s a lot to stop,” Favre said.

Meanwhile, the NFL said in a statement Tuesday that it supported the Chauvin verdict.

“Today’s results at the Derek Chauvin trial in Minneapolis do not undo the loss of life,” the statement read. “Mr. George Floyd should be with us today. We understand that our hearts remain in the Floyd family and that the pain, anger, and frustration that come with justice will not go away. “

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