TX Could Give Floyd Posthumous Pardon


A Texas board is recommending a posthumous pardon for George Floyd. It’d be for a 2004 drug conviction in Houston, where Floyd grew up and spent ten months in jail. He was arrested by a former police officer, who was later charged with murder and accused of lying to get a warrant.

Other convictions secured by that cop have been tossed. Floyd was killed last year by a former Minneapolis cop during an arrest.

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