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Killing of George Floyd

George Floyd was a 46 year old black African-American man from Houston, Texas. He died on May 25, 2020 during an arrest after Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin put him in a chokehold. Chauvin put his knee on Floyds neck for nearly nine minutes while Floyd was gasping for breath. Witnesses said Floyd told the officers, "I cant breathe" many times before he lost consciousness. This happened in the Powderhorn community in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The event was recorded on many mobile phones. Four officers involved were fired the next day. The Federal Bureau of Investigation announced a ...

                                     

ⓘ History of Minneapolis, Minnesota

  • Minneapolis is a large city in Minnesota next to St. Paul. St. Paul and Minneapolis are called the Twin Cities because they are right next to each other
  • Minneapolis - Saint Paul is the most populous urban area in the state of Minnesota United States, and is made up of 186 cities and townships. Built around
  • University of Minnesota 1981. Lebedoff, David. The 21st Ballot: A Political Party Struggle in Minnesota Minneapolis University of Minnesota Press, 1969
  • The Minnesota Timberwolves are a basketball team in Minneapolis Minnesota in the United States. They began playing in the National Basketball Association
  • is located in Hennepin County, Minnesota within ten miles of both Minneapolis and Saint Paul and serves Iowa, Minnesota Wisconsin, the Dakotas and Nebraska
  • The Minnesota Vikings are a professional American football team in Minneapolis Minnesota The Vikings play in the National Football Conference of the
  • public institutions. Minneapolis got the University of Minnesota Saint Paul became the capital, and Stillwater was chosen as the site of the territory s first
  • people lived there. Minneapolis was originally called Markley s Mills. It was renamed Minneapolis about 1871, after Minneapolis Minnesota A railroad was
  • The University of Minnesota Twin Cities U of M or The U is a public university. Most of the buildings are in Minneapolis and some more buildings are
  • BBC is a megachurch in Minneapolis Minnesota The church was started in 1871 as the First Swedish Baptist Church of Minneapolis Since 1980, their pastor
  • the U.S. state of Minnesota As of the 2010 census, 508, 640 people lived there, making it the second - most populous county in Minnesota The county seat
                                               

Elimination Chamber (2014)

Elimination Chamber in Germany) was a professional wrestling pay-per-view show made by WWE. It was held on February 23, 2014 at Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It was the fifth Elimination Chamber event held by the WWE. There were two main events. The first saw The Wyatt Family defeat The Shield and the second saw Randy Orton successfully retain his WWE World Heavyweight Championship in an Elimination Chamber match against Daniel Bryan, John Cena, Cesaro, Christian and Sheamus.

                                               

Judgment Day (2005)

Judgment Day was a professional wrestling pay-per-view show made by World Wrestling Entertainment. It was held on May 22, 2005 at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It was the seventh Judgment Day event held by the WWE.

                                               

SummerSlam (1999)

SummerSlam was a professional wrestling pay-per-view show made by World Wrestling Federation. It was held on August 22, 1999 at Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It was the twelfth SummerSlam event held by the WWF. The main event saw Mankind defeat Steve Austin and Triple H in a Triple threat match to win the WWF Championship. Mankind won the match by pinfall after hitting Austin with a Double arm DDT.