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US jury sees George Floyd “I can’t breathe” 27 times as trial begins – BBC News




The trial of a former police officer accused of killing George Floyd in Minneapolis has begun. The prosecutor turned his attention to Floyd in the final minutes, breathing heavily into Mr. Floyd and repeatedly saying “I can’t breathe,” saying Officer Derek Chauvin was on his knees. The defense argues that Mr. Floyd’s health condition and drug use caused his death. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reports by Judge Aleem Macbool and North American editor Jon Sopel. Please subscribe HERE




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