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Minneapolis, Minnesota / Police Action / Floyd Death / Chauvin Trial (Day 14) Closing Arguments #1313156

ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 19, 2021
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Minneapolis: Alex Perez) The trial of Derek chauvin in the death in Minneapolis of George Floyd that is going to the jury after closing arguments by the prosecution about Floyd & the defense about Chauvin featured; scenes shown from the court. [Prosecutor Steve SCHLEICHER@- states the case against Chauvin murdering Floyd, who was lying on the pavement.] [Defense attorney Eric NELSON@- outlines the struggle of Floyd against police with the crowd a threat.] [Prosecutor Jerry BLACKWELL - says a girl just said "get off of him."] The judge's warning & instructions to the jury discussed

(Studio: David Muir; New York: Dan Abrams) What the prosecution told the jury about the use of force & the potential factors for Floyd's death discussed.

Muir, David;
Perez, Alex;
Abrams, Dan

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