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Main celebrities from the Black neighborhood of America, together with pop titan Beyonce and tv host Oprah Winfrey, have expressed satisfaction over the responsible verdict for Derek Chauvin, the previous police officer accused of killing George Floyd.

The 46-year-old sufferer, George Floyd, is the person whose homicide on the hand of a policeman triggered an enormous marketing campaign towards racism ‘Black Lives Matter’ throughout the US and Europe.

On Tuesday, the court docket discovered 45-year-old cop Chauvin responsible of killing George Floyd. He was convicted of homicide and manslaughter after pinning Floyd to the bottom together with his knee in Minneapolis final 12 months – an incident that was caught on digital camera that led to countrywide protests.

“After too a few years of misguided justice, right this moment is an efficient day,” Beyonce released a statement on her website alongside a childhood picture of Floyd sleeping in his mother’s arms.

“I encourage all of us to continue to pray for George Floyd’s family and for all the families who seek justice for their loved ones who are victims of too many years of inequalities.”

As regards Oprah Winfrey, the celebrated television host said she was brought to tears when the verdict was read.

“Relieved—and emotional in ways I didn’t expect. I cried tears of joy as each verdict was read. I’m grateful to the witnesses and their testimonies,” penned Oprah Winfrey in her Instagram feed.

Winfrey also thanked Darnella Frazier – the teenager who filmed Chauvin pressing his knee on Floyd.

“Grateful to every Juror for seeing and acknowledging what the world saw on that tape. Thank you God for real! #GeorgeFloyd,” Oprah Winfrey added.

Voicing his assist for the decision, chart-topping singer Mariah Carey tweeted “Hallelujah!!!!!!!! A beginning.. a small grain of hope for our future.”

Many different celebrities expressed their viewpoint whereas voicing satisfaction over the decision. 



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