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Leaked bodycam footage shows George Floyd arrest and death

CBS News Monday, 3 August 2020
The public is getting its first look at bodycam video from two of the Minneapolis police officers who were on the scene the night George Floyd died in custody. For several agonizing minutes, Floyd is heard begging for help and calling for his mother. Jeff Pegues reports. (Warning: Some may find this footage disturbing).
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MINNEAPOLIS — Bodycam footage from two accused police officers in the case of George Floyd shows the harrowing moment-by-moment arrest, for the first time. The deeply disturbing footage shows how visibly distressed Floyd is as he begs the officer not to shoot him. In the video, Floyd's voice...

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