Four Minneapolis police officers were fired after one of them kneeled on the neck of a black man who later died, Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo announced Tuesday. Video of the Monday incident shows a Minneapolis police officer kneeling on the neck of a black man, later revealed to be George Floyd, as he repeatedly told the officer "I can't breathe." Arradondo announced the unidentified officers' termination at a Tuesday press conference, and Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey tweeted that this was "the right call." Floyd was eventually taken to the hospital after the incident, and he later died. The FBI and Minnesota's Bureau of Criminal Apprehension are investigating.

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