A number of St. Paul police officers kneeled near a gathering of protestors at the Governor’s residence late Monday afternoon. While some saw it as a show of respect, many did not appreciate the gesture, including Kimberly Handy Jones, whose son Cordelle was killed by St. Paul Police in 2017.
“They went from pumping bullets in our kids to kneeling on our necks…I’d rather eat crumbs with bums then steaks with snakes.”
Protesters are calling for all of the officers involved in George Floyd’s death to be arrested and charged. So far only former officer Derek Chauvin has been charged.