George Floyd’s Brother Speaks Out On Chauvin Trial | MSNBC 1

George Floyd’s Brother Speaks Out On Chauvin Trial | MSNBC


George Floyd has sadly become known for the way he died. During this week's trial, we got to know more about the man himself — a son, father, friend and brother. NBC’s Joshua Johnson spoke with George Floyd’s brother Terrence and Floyd Family Lawyer Benjamin Crump about how the family is coping.» Subscribe to MSNBC:

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George Floyd’s Brother Speaks Out On Chauvin Trial | MSNBC


  1. Congratulations to Genevieve Hanson, witness for the prosecution. She has been nominated for 3 Daytime Emmy awards! Go girl!

    1. @Anne Jackson Yes, the white off-duty firefighter who wanted to check Floyd’s pulse, was refused by the cops, and kept on telling THEM to do it.

    2. @Anne Jackson what’s with liberals and their fascination with skin color all the time? Maybe because the media shoves black vs white in your face everyday? Yeah, they really did a number on the easily manipulated.

    1. @Anne Jackson why ? Because i refuse to let the liberal media to convince that the the Martyr of my generation is some methed out fentanyl long felon robing an killing his an my own people with poision in our community..that hes the new dr king…that im not smart enuff to be held accountable for my actions that im oppressed when i wrk hard an do pretty good for my self..that black men are a target when jus as many or more white men are killed by the if u are black u need to wake up.

    2. @SourDoughBill Iol You have to take of the facts into consideration not just the facts you agree with. I am not saying that Mr. Floyd got a pass. When you refuse to see that Mr. Floyd actions are a factor in the trial. You already gave
      Mr. Floyd a pass for his actions that day.

    3. @Rodney Bean Laugh at yourself all you want, Floyd didn’t get a pass and the fact is, nothing he did before or during his arrested warranted his callous murder, but nice try.

    1. @Crispin Fornoff
      Hey little Pushkin, at least use a different troll’ve burned this one up Komrade

    2. @Crispin Fornoff
      Hey I understand if I were a queen vladz troll clown? I’d deny it tooooooo after all ? Who wants to be a queen vladz trolling princess Pavlov?
      Even trolls don’t wanna be trolls

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    1. @SourDoughBill Deflect? So your deflecting from the fact that BLM and other groups participated in george floyd marches,then rioted and started looting afterwards. Come back and talk to me after you visit reality

    2. @Eric Nunez Robles Yes, son, deflect. This is about the trial of Chauvin for Floyd’s murder. You can try to make it about BLM and “other groups” rioting and looting, or even North Korea’s nuclear testing for all anyone cares, but you should at least know those are all deflections.

    3. He will be nominated for BLM sainthood along with Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Jacob Blake, etc. – all wonderful contributors to society!

    4. @SourDoughBill
      The deflection is bringing up faux oppression as an excuse for career criminals

  2. Write down your lovely comments & read them out loud in your churches or family gatherings. You believe in them enough to share them here.

    1. @Eric Nunez Robles So stay in your country. Why we having all these border problems, if ya’ll so proud. I didn’t migrate here.I was stolen.

  3. Lmaoooooo
    Queen vladz trolling GOLUBOI are chirping on cue for that extra ration of turnip soup

  4. I’ll start shedding tears for George Floyd as soon as I’m done mourning Goliath the Philistine.

    1. The GF also admits to previously being a source to both prescribed and street opoids for herself and Floyd. She also testified the guy Floyd was with on that day was another source for Opoid and that she did not like him. She also admitted to the fact that her nick name was mama on Floyd’s cell phone. This case us about cause if death and police policy one if the autopsy supports Floyd had Fentalyn in his system enough to have caused him to OD it also shows no brusing no injuries no broken bones to beck, back and shoulders. . Its wrong to constantly show one side of the story.

      The family settled for $27 million and its after MPD banned its police policy which permitted arm and neck chokes for resisting arrest. Why did the EMS take so long? May truth and justice prevail no matter the outcome!

  5. Watch all the videos back to back if they haven’t been deleted and you’ll see the lies and fraud.

  6. Like Millions of other less fortunate people, he was hooked on opioids and had a criminal record. But where was his community and family? If he had gotten some help things could have been different.

  7. A terrible sad way to die. I am angry how much sadness he has cost after his death. No one is a winner.

  8. Zimmerman is suing the Martin family & Crump over their having put up a fake main witness against him (Rachel Jeantel). When is that going to trial?

  9. I had my wife put her knee on the back of my neck. She’s 120 lbs. It had no effect on my breathing. I told her to put all her weight on the one knee. Still no effect. I turned my head sideways. Still no effect. A litle uncomfortable, yes, but never did I feel any problems with breathing. No, I didn’t have handcuffs on (I did have my hands held behind my back) and no, I didn’t have someone sitting on my middle back. But my unscientific test really surprised me. I thought for sure I would at least have SOME difficulty breathing. George didn’t suffocate to death. What else could it have been? This week should be real interesting.

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