George Floyd’s Brother to Chauvin: ‘What Was Going Through Your Head When You Had Your Knee on My Brother’s Neck?’

‘When you knew that he posed no threat anymore...why didn’t you at least get up?’


FLOYD: "On May 25, 2020, my brother was murdered. Everyone knows about Derek Chauvin. The facts of this case were proven beyond a reasonable doubt, and three guilty verdicts have been rendered. This situation has really affected me and my family. Any family member that has went to this, we are part of a fraternity of families, and it’s not one of those, you know, fraternities that you enjoy. I just — over this last year and months, I actually talk to a few people and I wanted to know from the man himself, why? What were you thinking? What was going through your head when you had your knee on my brother’s neck? When you knew that he posed no threat anymore, he was handcuffed. Why didn't you at least get up? Why did you stay there?"

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