Body cam video released of George Floyd arrest, killing
Minneapolis police allowed journalists to see body camera video of the police killing of George Floyd
new body camera video shown to CNN but not shared with the general public, is providing critical new context into the moments leading up to George Boyd's death. The call for officers began over a fake bill being used at a store in Minneapolis less than 40 seconds after finishing conversation with the store employees. The officers are at the door of this car. Floyd was in Officer Thomas Lane with his gun drawn, yelling to put your F ing hands up following an initial knock on the window with the flashlight. This is a crisis in black America, a public health crisis. After repeated asked to get out of the car, Floyd is seen on Lane's body cameras, sobbing his head on the steering, saying he's sorry, according to video reviewed by CNN. Please don't shoot me, Mr Officer, Please don't shoot me, man. Please, can you not shoot me, man Lane, step out and face away. I'm not shooting. Step out and face away. It's at that point. Floyd is forcefully pulled from the car is both Officer Lane and Officer J. Alexander. King struggled to handcuff in shortly after a big struggle to get Floyd into the squad car parked across the street. As Floyd says he's claustrophobic and refuses to get in. At this point, According to video viewed by CNN, Floyd is being pushed into the police vehicle from one side by King and pulled in from the other by Lane. I can't breathe. I can't breathe, Floyd says. All the while flailing and cuffs is, both officers are on top of him. Get him on the ground, Lane says. Let go of me, man. I can't breathe. I can't breathe At one point, Floyd just letting out a desperate scream for at least three second straight, according to video reviewed by CNN. About 30 seconds later, the other officers to town Derrick Show Vin are inside of Lane's body camera, and everybody falls to the infamously familiar position seen in this cell phone video. With Showman's knee on Ford's neck and already restrained, Floyd calls out for his mom a a show, then appears to increase pressure on Floyd's net, curling down from his initial upright position, according to body camera video viewed by CNN. About four minutes later, still cuffed and under the knee of show, Vin Floyd says, Please, please, please each please, seemingly weaker than the one before, according to video reviewed, Lane says, Should we roll him on his side? Show Vin. No, he's staying Put where we got him. Those were the last words listed in the transcript, but audio heard by CNN shows that seconds later, Floyd says, breathing right there, those would be his final words.