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Derek Chauvin guilty verdict as we saw it on streets of Minneapolis

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Wednesday’s gorgeous front-page picture of a pair embracing in George Floyd Sq. after the Derek Chauvin verdict nearly did not occur.

Photojournalist Harrison Hill initially was a part of the media pack clustered in entrance of the Floyd mural, close to the Cup Meals retailer in Minneapolis, the place Floyd allegedly tried to use a counterfeit $20 invoice. A clerk who known as the police began the chain of occasions that ended within the Black man’s homicide by a white policeman.

After Tuesday’s verdict, individuals on the mural have been crying, celebrating. However the scene was cluttered, with photographers jostling for place. 

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