Posted on: March 31, 2021 Posted by: Anna Lee Comments: 0

MINNEAPOLIS — A witness who glimpsed the early moments of George Floyd’s arrest final Memorial Day broke down sobbing on the witness stand Wednesday afternoon within the homicide trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.

Charles B. McMillian, 61, took off his glasses and wiped the tears from his eyes, saying “oh my god” after seeing video of Floyd calling for his mom and saying “I can not breathe.”

During the last three days, jurors have heard from 11 witnesses to Floyd’s loss of life, and a number of other have damaged down in tears on the stand describing their makes an attempt to intervene on his behalf. Tuesday’s witnesses included a firefighter, 911 dispatcher, a cashier working throughout the road, a combined martial arts fighter, the teenager who recorded the now viral video of Floyd’s loss of life and her 9-year-old cousin. 

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