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Last week, former police officer Derek Chauvin was sentenced to 22.5 years for the May 2020 killing of George Floyd. While his sentence marked a historic court ruling, those closest to Floyd are still coming to terms with his loss. Stephen Jackson is one of those people, and during a recent podcast, the former NBA player became emotional while discussing the tragic death of his childhood friend.


Derek Chauvin and his legal team have reportedly been negotiating a federal plea deal that could provide some context to the cryptic message that the convicted murderer gave George Floyd's family in court during his sentencing.

The jury in the Derek Chauvin trial found the former officer guilty on all counts and they have remained anonymous until now.

In case you missed it, Dr. Freddie Hayes dropped by to discuss the guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial. Replay the conversation inside.


The weeks long trial had captivated America as Minneapolis braced for a verdict in a death which shook up the globe.


On the sixth day of Derek Chauvin's trial for the death of George Floyd, a very senior chief at a Minneapolis police department testifies on the excessive use of force used last May. In her testimony, Inspector Katie Blackwell confirms that the kneeling technique is against training policy.

The eyewitness testimony of Donald Williams was at once confident, emotional and unflappable as Derek Chauvin's defense lawyer tried in vain to discredit him and get under his skin.

Derek Chauvin was released from a maximum security facility after posting a $1 million bond


Unbeknownst to many, George Floyd was honored not just with murals, tribute songs, and marches in his honor, but with a hologram that toured the country.

The celebration of George Floyd's life featured gospel heavyweights, local pastors and most of all - a word of God.

Celebrities, supporters and more came to pay their final respects to George Floyd on Tuesday.