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 Protesters march around downtown Minneapolis near the courthouse calling for justice for George Floyd after closing arguments in the Chauvin trial has ended on Monday, April 19, 2021 in Minneapolis, MN. (Jason Armond / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)
One racial justice advocate said that there are "no victories today," for "justice would mean George Floyd is still with us."
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The jury verdict that former cop and unrepentant sociopath Derek Chauvin is thrice guilty for murdering George Floyd for the nine minutes and 29 seconds of filmed savagery we all saw brings some solace and hope: Finally, a killer cop is declared a killer cop. Alas, one case does not systemic change make. J u stice would be George Floyd still alive. Accou ntability, a heedful first step, is Chauvin being found guilty for why George Floyd isn't still alive.

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