Trial witness and MMA fighter Donald Williams took the stand last week to explain why he "called the police on the police" and shut down the defense's line of questioning: "You can’t paint me out to be angry."
These four witnesses, who watched George Floyd plead for his life and still cope with regret a year later, were too young to be shown on camera. Let that sink in: Too young to be shown on camera but witnesses in a murder trial.
Genevieve Hansen, a firefighter with EMT training, says she was prevented from helping Floyd: “There was a man being killed ... I would have been able to provide medical attention to the best of my abilities. And this human was denied that right.”
Genevieve Hansen, a firefighter with EMT training, says she was prevented from helping Floyd. She’s back in court today.
Floyd's Girlfriend Takes the Stand
We'll leave you with this powerful moment. Courteney Ross, George Floyd’s former girlfriend, recounts the first time she met him. She was upset while waiting in a lobby. Floyd asked what was wrong and said “Can I pray with you?”