Boston Police Commissioner William Gross says the four Minneapolis police officers involved in the death of George Floyd should be held accountable for their actions.
George Floyd, a black man, was pulled from his car by four white officers. Video shows one of the officers kneeling on Floyd's neck. Floyd was taken to a hospital and died.
The Minneapolis officers have been fired. Gross says nowhere in any police manuals does it say to kneel on a suspect's neck to subdue him.
"In 21st century policing, you have to keep in mind de-escalation, right?" Gross said. "Procedural justice and fair and impartial policing, I don't think any of that was shown in Minneapolis and for those four officers, they should be held accountable."
Gross says departments should use this as a teachable moment — so that it's never repeated.