Biden demanded justice in the case of Floyd

Former Vice-President and the likely democratic nominee for the presidency, Joe Biden has demanded justice in the case of the death of an African-American George Floyd, who died in police custody in the us city of Minneapolis.

He was called to bring the "bad people from the police" accountable.

In Minnesota and some other States this week began with mass protests and unrest after the emergence of online video Floyd detention on suspicion that he paid at the store with counterfeit cash. On black handcuffed me, threw it on the road. Police officer - white male - pushed him with his knee on the neck. Floyd shouted that he could not breathe but the police, as seen on the recording, do not pay attention to it. Shortly thereafter, the African American died at the hospital. The four officers who detained Floyd, was fired on may 26.

Began may 26 in Minneapolis the protests escalated into clashes with police, looting of shops and arson. The city declared a state of emergency. The Governor of Minnesota was brought in to maintain order soldiers of the National guard of the United States. On Friday, the Hennepin County attorney Michael Freeman said that the state government of Minnesota was charged with manslaughter ex-COP in connection with the death of Floyd after his arrest.