George Floyd Resisting Arrest; If He Complied He Would Be Alive Today
Supposedly leaked body camera footage from two of the Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd’s death shows the moments leading up to his fatal confrontation. The videos, which were leaked to the Daily Mail and published Monday, come from the cameras of former Officers Alex Kueng and Thomas Lane. Both men were fired and are facing charges in relation to Floyd’s May 25 death. The video shows that George Floyd resisted arrest by saying he was claustrophobic and refused to be placed in the back of a patrol car. He likely have been alive today if he would have just complied with police orders and sat in the back of the police car while police investigated the situation.
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