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Derek Chauvin murder trial hears George Floyd allegedly said ‘I ain’t do no drugs’ in arrest rather than ‘I ate too many drugs’ – ABC News

A lead investigator examining George Floyd’s death believes the 46-year-old US man says “I ain’t do no drugs” in police body-camera footage shot before his death….

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A lead investigator examining George Floyd’s death believes the 46-year-old US man says “I ain’t do no drugs” in police body-camera footage shot before his death.
Key points:

  • Defence lawyer Eric Nelson suggested Mr Floyd seemed to say “I ate too many drugs”
  • When a prosecutor played a longer clip of the video, a police investigator said he believed what Mr Floyd really said was “I ain’t do no drugs”
  • The investigator testified that Mr Chauvin’s knee was on Mr Floyd’s neck for two minutes after Mr Floyd…

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