A lead investigator examining George Floyd’s death believes the 46-year-old US man says “I ain’t do no drugs” in police body-camera footage shot before his death.
- Defence lawyer Eric Nelson suggested Mr Floyd seemed to say “I ate too many drugs”
- When a prosecutor played a longer clip of the video, a police investigator said he believed what Mr Floyd really said was “I ain’t do no drugs”
- The investigator testified that Mr Chauvin’s knee was on Mr Floyd’s neck for two minutes after Mr Floyd stopped moving
During sacked police officer Derek Chauvin’s murder trial, the lead Minnesota state investigator on the case, James Reyerson, initially agreed with Mr Chauvin’s defence lawyer.
Lawyer Eric Nelson suggested Mr Floyd seemed to…