Minnesota will start investigating its police work over the past decade against the backdrop of the murder of African American George Floyd. This was announced on Tuesday, June 2, on Twitter by State Governor Tim Waltz.
He said the State Human Rights Office has been investigating the police department’s policies, procedures and practices over the past 10 years “to determine whether they have engaged in systemic discrimination.
Walz stressed that the state authorities would do anything to destroy “a generation of systemic racism in Minnesota.
Mass actions against police brutality have erupted in dozens of American cities over the death of 46-year-old African-American George Floyd.