Families Who’ve Lost Loved Ones To Police Violence React To Verdict In Derek Chauvin Trial

“It brought back memories of being in the courtroom when the decision came back in the Laquan McDonald case,” said Rev. Marvin Hunter, McDonald’s great-uncle.

Families Who’ve Lost Loved Ones To Police Violence React To Verdict In Derek Chauvin Trial
People hold signs, including one with an image of George Floyd, outside the courthouse in Minneapolis on Tuesday, April 20, 2021, after the guilty verdicts were announced in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin in the death of Floyd. Morry Gash / AP Photo
Families Who’ve Lost Loved Ones To Police Violence React To Verdict In Derek Chauvin Trial
People hold signs, including one with an image of George Floyd, outside the courthouse in Minneapolis on Tuesday, April 20, 2021, after the guilty verdicts were announced in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin in the death of Floyd. Morry Gash / AP Photo

Families Who’ve Lost Loved Ones To Police Violence React To Verdict In Derek Chauvin Trial

“It brought back memories of being in the courtroom when the decision came back in the Laquan McDonald case,” said Rev. Marvin Hunter, McDonald’s great-uncle.

Laquan McDonald. Rekia Boyd. Emmett Till. Reset talks with their families for reaction to the guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial.

GUESTS: Rev. Marvin Hunter, great-uncle of Laquan McDonald

Martinez Sutton, brother of Rekia Boyd

Deborah Watts, cousin of Emmett Till and co-founder of the Emmett Till Legacy Foundation