Roommate, NYPD is not the only person who wants to talk to this person Statue of George Floyd Yesterday at Union Square. One of George’s brothers also wants to have a conversation with the person in question. Hoping to understand why the horrific activity took place.
Terrence Floyd says he wants to talk to the suspect to put the hatred behind him, heal him and move on. According to TMZ, Terrence said seeing his brother’s idol vandalized tells him that there is still hatred in their hearts and it has stuck to society. To be clear, Terrence wants the suspect to suffer the consequences of throwing gray paint on the statue, but he wants a chance to sit down with the suspect and get the hash thing out.
Following the news of George’s statue being defaced, Terrence advised TMZ that the Wei We Are Floyd nonprofit team reflected on why the incident happened after the statue was unveiled over the weekend. Confront Art featured statues of George with Brauna Taylor and John Lewis. The organization combines artists with social justice to create art exhibitions, the “See in Justice” exhibition.
For Terrence, it turns out that if he can reveal himself to Derek Chauvin, the man responsible for George’s death, he can have a conversation with the suspect. He spoke during the trial where Derek was convicted and sentenced to 22.5 years in prison for his actions. At the time, he spoke to The Independent and said he felt disgusted as he sat a foot away from Derek but had no intention of harming the former police officer.
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