Protesters gathered outside the home of Derek Chauvin, a 44-year-old former white cop implicated in the death of an unarmed black man identified as George Floyd.
Derek knelt on the victim’s neck for eight minutes during his arrest on Monday, despite the man begging him to stop and bystanders warning him he was ‘killing’ him.
People descended on his home Wednesday morning and scrawled the word ‘Murderer’ on his driveway, as protests over Floyd’s death entered the second day in Minneapolis.
According to DailyMail, the protesters also propped up at the end of his driveway reading ‘People don’t kill people, cops do’ as calls mounted for the fired cop to face murder charges over Floyd’s death.
Other demonstrators carried signs and wore T-shirts reading ‘I can’t breathe’ – some of the last words Floyd said as he begged the police officer for his life.
Some held signs reading ‘Black Lives Matter’ and pictures of Floyd as they marched on the property.
They were then met by a wall of police officers who had set up security around Chauvin’s home.
Chauvin, a 19-year veteran of the force, was fired Tuesday after footage surfaced online of Floyd’s arrest.
The video taken by a bystander on Monday showed Floyd struggling to breathe on the ground as Chauvin knelt on his neck for several minutes and later died in hospital.