George Floyd's uncle wants justice, but frets about 'the system'

Minneapolis (AFP) – Deeply wounded and forever changed by the death of his nephew George Floyd, Selwyn Jones is apprehensive about the trial starting Monday of the police officer charged with his murder, his doubts fueled by a legal system that historically has been friendly to law enforcement. “I want justice to prevail,” said Jones, a maternal uncle to the Black man whose death under the knee of white Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin sparked outraged protests around the world.   “I obviously want conviction,” Jones told AFP. But he said he worries about “the system.” Chauvin, who kept his k…

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