A cardiologist testified that George Floyd’s death was “absolutely preventable.” Another witness told the court that no reasonable officer would have used the force that was applied Floyd.
But as the prosecution wrapped up its case in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin on Monday, it was Floyd’s younger brother who provided the emotional testimony, breaking into tears as he described his older sibling’s relationship with their now-deceased mother.
“That’s my oldest brother George. I miss both of them,” Philonise Floyd told
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