John Connelly 6/22/2020
Floyd's killer is hidden from dark-skinned prison guards
Dark-skinned prison employees became suspicious when the management changed a dark-skinned officer to a white one during the inspection of a prisoner.
In the US, dark-skinned prison guards were forbidden to approach the ex-police officer, the killer of George Floyd, Derek Chauvin. It is reported by ABC News.
In this regard, eight non-white employees of the Ramsey County correctional facility in St. Paul filed a discrimination lawsuit against the employer. According to them, the authorities hid them from any contact with the perpetrator of the crime for racial reasons.
The Warders are offended by this fact because they can not remember a case in practice when all whites were removed from any prisoner.
It is noted that for the first time the plaintiffs felt something was wrong when the management changed a dark-skinned officer to a white one during the inspection of a prisoner. After that, all dark-skinned prison guards were moved to the third floor, forbidding them to appear on the fifth floor, where Shawn is located, even in an emergency.
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