George Floyd’s last words are hanging in the hands of the presiding Judge
Cahil refused to allow the media to publish the new footage. Media agencies filed a motion calling for the immediate release of the two bodywork camera videos.
The BLM protesters and other followers of the incident believed George Floyd’s last words were “I can’t breath.”
According to my in depth research, George Floyd’s last words from the viral videos are “man, I can breathe.”
The sobbing George Floyd is tired of respecting the officers and took to using the word “man” to make them see his seriousness. It didn’t work though, he later died of the pressure on his neck.
According to the new video released by the judge at the court session, the scripts changed as George Floyd’s last words were not “I can’t breathe.”
The media awaits the two footages, the footages will shed more light to the case and also boost the BLM protest as I believe the judge is hiding the video from the press to avoids another spike in the BLM protest.
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