William 'Marc' Wilson was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the manslaughter of Haley Hutcheson, who he says was shot after the car in which she was riding repeatedly swerved at him while occupants called out racist slurs.
The former Minneapolis cop convicted of killing George Floyd and violating his federal civil rights was moved from a state prison, where he was often held in solitary confinement, to a federal facility.
Kelly Goodlett faces up to five years in federal prison, and is assumed to be cooperating with federal prosecutors in the cases against other officers involved in the fatal raid on the EMT's apartment.
Travis McMichael, the man who fatally shot Ahmaud Arbery in a Georgia neighborhood after chasing him with two others, his father Greg McMichael and neighbor William Bryan, was sentenced to life in prison for committing a federal hate crime.
Former Louisville officers Joshua Jaynes and Brett Hankison, along with current officers Kelly Goodlett and Sgt. Kyle Meany have been hit with federal civil rights charges for the deadly raid that took Breonna Taylor's life in 2020.
“Once again, our judicial system favored people that should be locked up forever,” George Floyd’s uncle, Selwyn Jones, said about the two ex-Minneapolis cops sentenced for violating his nephew's civil rights this week.