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    Arrow Freedom and Rights: May 25th News reports may change America forever

    On surface these two May 25th 2020 news stories may appear to be routine. But with on going awakening of nation on domestic/foreign freedom and peace management, there are some early signs that America may never be same again after May 2020. History could be witnessing a major paradigm shift as we aim to reconcile our past, present and future as a nation while preserving rights, liberties and our way of life. Freedom Rights, Civil Rights and Civic leaders will have a major role in coming changes in the society.
    Hopefully no one thinks that these events would not lead to historic changes.

    Death of George Floyd

    On May 25, 2020, George Floyd, an African-American man, died in the Powderhorn community of Minneapolis, Minnesota. While Floyd was handcuffed and lying face down on a city street during an arrest, Derek Chauvin, a white American Minneapolis police officer, kept his knee on the right side of Floyd's neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds; according to the criminal complaint against Chauvin, 2 minutes and 53 seconds of that time occurred after Floyd became unresponsive. Officers Tou Thao, J. Alexander Kueng, and Thomas K. Lane participated in Floyd's arrest, with Kueng holding Floyd's back, Lane holding his legs, and Thao looking on as he stood nearby.[8][9] Preliminary results from the official autopsy found no indication that Floyd died of strangulation or traumatic asphyxia, but that the combined effects of being restrained, underlying health conditions, including coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease, and potential intoxicants in his system likely contributed to his death. An independent autopsy commissioned by Floyd's family found that Floyd's death was "a homicide caused by asphyxia due to neck and back compression that led to a lack of blood flow to the brain.

    Published May 25
    South Carolina soldier dies in non-combat related incident in Afghanistan

    An American soldier from South Carolina has died in a non-combat related incident in Afghanistan, the Department of Defense announced on Thursday.
    First Lt. Trevarius Ravon Bowman, 25, of Spartanburg, S.C., died Tuesday at Bagram Air Force Base, which is the largest U.S. military base in Afghanistan, The Spartanburg-Herald Journal reported.
    Though officials said Bowman did not die in combat, the Department of Defense did not elaborate in its press release on the details surrounding his death, which remains under investigation, the newspaper reported.

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