No it doesn't. The thing required for 2nd degree murder is reckless conduct and a obvious disregard for human life. Sitting on someone's chest and neck for 4 minutes AFTER this person stops moving, talking and breathing and disregarding both bystanders and your own colleague who point to that fact qualify for that definition does it not?The verdict was BS, guilty on all 3 counts. Manslaughter should have been the charge he was convicted on. 2nd and 3rd Degree murder charges were not called for since both require intent to kill the victim, this was obviously not the case. Even more disheartening is the fact the media is trying to make Floyd some kind of hero. Fact is he was a convicted criminal with a drug habit and not a person to be looked up to.