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Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez on Tuesday said that law enforcement brutality is one of the most serious and systematic violations of human rights in the United States.
On Twitter, the Cuban foreign minister pointed out that it is also alarming the more than 1,000 people who die every year in the United States due to police firearms.
Rodriguez gave as an example of disrespect to the most elementary human rights, the deaths of the African-American George Floyd, in May 2020, and recently of Tyre Nichols, both examples of racism and violence by some police officers, according to the U.S. media.
Police brutality is one of the most serious and systematic human rights violations in the US, as it happened with George Floyd and most recently with Tyre Nichols. Equally alarming are the more than one thousand persons shot and killed by police in that country every year. pic.twitter.com/fZiHyCMttJ