EXPLAINER: Chauvin defense suggests prone position not risky

The attorney for the former officer charged with killing George Floyd says several studies suggest police can safely use their bodyweight to hold a handcuffed suspect facedown on the ground — or prone — as Floyd was in the last minutes of his life. But those findings aren’t universally accepted and have been contradicted by a parade of law enforcement […]The attorney for the former officer charged with killing George Floyd says several studies suggest police can safely use their bodyweight to hold a handcuffed suspect facedown on the ground — or prone — as Floyd was in the last minutes of his life. But those findings aren’t universally accepted and have been contradicted by a parade of law enforcement […]Read MoreThe Atlanta Voice

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