'That Could Have Been' My Father: Floyd Killing Witness Delivers Testimony With Chauvin Feet Away 1

‘That Could Have Been’ My Father: Floyd Killing Witness Delivers Testimony With Chauvin Feet Away


Day two of Derek Chauvin’s trial has concluded. Chauvin is on trial charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of George Floyd. MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber recaps the proceedings and discusses the emotional testimony provided, including testimony from the woman who shot the video capturing Floyd’s death. (This interview is from MSNBC’s “The Beat with Ari Melber, a news show covering politics, law and culture airing nightly at 6pm ET on MSNBC. ). Aired on 03/30/2021.
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'That Could Have Been' My Father: Floyd Killing Witness Delivers Testimony With Chauvin Feet Away


  1. EMT: We’re here now, you can get up.

    Chauvin: I’m comfortable right here … while placing his hands in his pockets.

  2. America condemns countries where such violent acts happen. Here you have a case where cops held an American citizen down and tortured him to death as others stood by.

  3. “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”
    Too many people did nothing on that day. I hope the thought of what might have been will inspire people to take action in the future

  4. they should lock all four cops up in jail, and throw away the keys. it is shameful for members of law enforcement to have such a horrible disregard for a life, any life human or other wise.

  5. Everyone: “A case of murder so plain, even a child can see it.”
    Fox news: “What murder?”

  6. That cop killed George Floyd and a piece of each of those bystanders. They will never forget the sight of him dying in front of them.

  7. I’m just here to listen to the Klanservatives tell us that Floyd deserved it because he was guilty of committing a crime but the white cop who killed him is innocent until proven guilty…

  8. Let this clown cop keep taking notes every so often a police is made a example of Chavin is the next guilty on all counts.

  9. what Time did George Floyd DIE and under whose custody determines who killed George Floyd
    It doesn’t matter what he ate for breakfast, or what’s in his blood, nada, who is last seen with him as he died

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