Callous, unrepentant LAPD officers shared a ‘Valentine’ image of George Floyd with the caption ‘You take my breath away’!

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  • LAPD on Saturday confirmed it had launched an investigation into the reports
  • An officer claimed ‘Valentine’ images of Floyd were circulated among the force
  • Chief Michel Moore said the officer would be interviewed on Monday
  • He said he had not yet seen any images being shared by officers
  • Moore said that, if the images were shared, ‘people will find my wrath’ 
  • Four Minneapolis police present on May 25 when Floyd died are awaiting trial 

Los Angeles Police Department has launched an investigation after an officer reported that a ‘Valentine’ image of George Floyd was being shared among police with the caption ‘You take my breath away’. 

Floyd, who was black, died on May 25 when a white Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin, knelt on his neck for nine minutes while arresting him. Footage showed Floyd told cops ‘I can’t breathe’ more than 20 times before he died.

Michel Moore, chief of LAPD, said on Saturday that he had not seen the offensive image, and that he would interview the officer who reported it on Monday.

‘Our investigation is to determine the accuracy of the allegations while also reinforcing our zero tolerance for anything with racist views,’ the chief said.

Moore said that, if the department confirms officers were circulating the image, ‘people will find my wrath.’

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9260431/LAPD-officers-shared-image-George-Floyd-captioned-breath-away-Valentines-Day.html?ito=social-twitter_mailonline

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1 Response to Callous, unrepentant LAPD officers shared a ‘Valentine’ image of George Floyd with the caption ‘You take my breath away’!

  1. Laura says:

    That card is hilarious! Why launch an investigation and make such a big deal out of a joke? Too many morons are triggered over stupid things.

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