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Family Attorney Says Chilling New George Floyd Video Is 'Beyond Disturbing'

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Family Attorney Says Chilling New George Floyd Video Is 'Beyond Disturbing'

Family Attorney Says Chilling New George Floyd Video Is 'Beyond Disturbing'

A harrowing new video shows George Floyd's final moments from a different, and chilling, perspective.

According to Newser, it's that of onlookers urging police to let Floyd breathe as Officer Tou Thao stood his ground.

You're going to let him kill that man in front of you?

Onlooker to Officer Tou Thao Just a few feet away, Officer Derek Chauvin kept a knee on Floyd's neck for a total of eight minutes and forty-six seconds.

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A huge fan of US President Donald Trump has done her patriotic part in proving that justice is a dish best served cold. Newser reports the identity of a bomb-throwing protester in Portland, Oregon, remained obscure until someone claimed to know him. It was none other than Karla Fox, the 'Trump-loving grandma' of 18-year-old Gabriel 'Rico' Agard-Berryhill. Fox says she ID'd her grandson by the olive-colored vest she bought him with the word 'ICONS' on it. I love him to death.

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