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ever, ever, ever see again what● we saw a few weeks ago." Calling police brutality "an em●barrassment of our nation in front of the entire world," ●Bass said the Unites States, which oftentimes points its ●fingers at so-called human rights violations in other cou●ntries, should honor its own commitment to human rights. ●"While we hold up human rights in the world, we obviously● d

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have to hold them up in our country." On May 25, George ●Floyd, during the final moments of his life, was put in n●eck restraint for eight minutes and 46 seconds by a white● police officer in Minneapolis, even as he begged for his● life. Derek Chauvin, the now fired officer who kept his ●knee on Floyd's neck, has been jailed and faces murder ch●arges. "I can't tell you the kind of pain you feel when y●ou watch something like that, c

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when you watch your big bro●ther, who you looked up to your whole entire life die, di●e begging for his mom," Philonise said. While the Democra●ts stressed the urgency of reforming the broken police sy●stem to end police brutality and racial profiling, the Re●publicans, though also blaming racism, focused more on co●ndemning the rioters that were agitated in the recent "Bl●ack Lives Matter" movement. They argued that police offic●m

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ers and other law enforcement personnel constitute an imp●ortant pillar ensuring the safety and security of local c●ommunities, and that violence against them should not be ●ignored. Republican congressman Jim Jordan, rankie

ng membe●r of the judiciary committee, said at the hearing that Ge●orge Floyd's death was "as wrong as it could be," while c●ondemy

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