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Rochester police commanders urged city officials to hold off on releasing body cam footage of Daniel Prude’s suffocation because they feared blowback if the video came out during protests over the police killing of George Floyd, newly released emails show.

@James_Karn  Polls taken after George Floyd’s killing showed a majority of whites supported police reform. A big change in the several years body cam / cell phone footage has become common. There has been momentum building. The looting risks some of these gains.

The body cam footage of the third police officer involved in George Floyd’s death has emerged, and it shows the attempts of bystanders to save his life.

KILLED, NOT MURDERED? 🔊: Now that police body cam footage is out, Newsmax TV's @gregkellyfox5  explained why the 'irresponsible media' continue to ignore important defense points in the case of George Floyd's death.

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KILLED, NOT MURDERED? 🔊: Now that police body cam footage is out, Newsmax TV's @gregkellyfox5  explains why the 'irresponsible media' continue to ignore important defense points in the case of George Floyd's death.

Leaked police body-cam footage shows agitated George Floyd resisting officers

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Newly revealed body-cam footage from 2 of the police officers charged in George Floyd’s death reveal greater detail surrounding the horrific arrest that led to his demise

The George Floyd matter has set the country aflame without anyone in the public having seen the police body cam videos of the incident. Now, there are transcripts from two of the four officers' cameras. From WP:

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George Floyd’s final words, according to the police body-cam transcripts: “Come on, man. Oh, oh. l cannot breathe. Cannot breathe. Ah! They’ll kill me. They‘ll kill me. I can’t breathe. Can‘t breathe. Oh!” and “Ah! Ah! Please. Please. Please.” #georgefloyd 

OFFICERS CHARGED: Six Atlanta police officers are accused of using excessive force on two college students who say they became stuck in a George Floyd protest, with body cam footage showing car windows broken and a stun gun used. @SteveOsunsami  reports.

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