Gov. Wolf joined hundreds in Harrisburg to condemn the killing of George Floyd

06.04.20 | Bob Price

Gov. Wolf, saying Wednesday, he was proud to show his support along with protestors and the need for change.

Floyd died in police custody in Minneapolis on May 25th. All four former officers involved have been charged in the death of George Floyd. One now faces a second-degree murder charge while the others have been accused of aiding and abetting.

 

Civil rights attorney, Devin Jacobs, says change begins with laws being passed to loosen immunity for police and prosecutors.

The protest in Pennsylvania's capital remained relatively peaceful.

However, a person was shot during Wednesday's rally prompting protestors to call for an end to "black on black" violence.