Breaking News : Fort Worth activist pushes to posthumously pardon George Floyd for 2004 Texas drug conviction

By | April 6, 2021

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Sixteen years before George Floyd died in Minneapolis police custody, he served prison time in Texas for a 2004 drug possession case. The charge itself was later determined to be bogus. One North Texas activist has been pushing to clear Floyd’s name. “Even in death, he is entitled to his good name back for the crime.”


Sixteen years before George Floyd died in Minneapolis police custody, he served prison time in Texas for a 2004 drug possession case. The charge itself was later determined to be bogus. One North Texas activist has been pushing to clear Floyd’s name.Read More.

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