US Police committed to ending all killing of unarmed black men, on camera

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Police in the US have today vowed to end all killing of unarmed black men by their officers, on camera.

With news emerging last night of former officer Derek Chauvin’s guilty verdict for the murder of unarmed black man George Floyd last year, authorities in the US have reiterated their commitment to change with a pledge to end all such killings and violence against black civilians, on camera.

Police Spokesman Chuck Williams revealed, “The time has come to stop… being caught on film.

“We hope this is a turning point for all police officers in the US and brings home the importance of how we as officers treat members of the public, whilst being recorded by mobile phones.

“There is absolutely no excuse for the brutal killing of an unarmed black man by police officers in America, to be actually caught on camera, and our officers need to ensure that this never happens again, on camera.

“We are therefore instructing all of our officers to refrain from any form of unnecessary force, violence or murder of any black individuals, on film, for the foreseeable future, or at least until all this blows over in the next few weeks.”

Asked if the violence and killings can continue off film we were told, “No comment. But yes.”