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The governor of Minneapolis, Minnesota, said he believed that if George Floyd were white, he would stay. Instead, the 46-year-old black man was arrested on charges of attempting to pay. A fake $ 20 restaurant bill just happened to be the case with a white policeman on his neck until he died. According to dailymail.

In a video posted on social media of the arrest of a black man, George Gray died last night Monday after White Police Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck for eight minutes. You watched the video and sparked protests and riots in Minneapolis.

In an interview with CNN on Thursday, May 28, Mahmoud Abumayyaleh, co-owner of Cup Foods deli, told that one of his employees Called the police after a store employee accused George Gray of offering counterfeit money on a bill. Food. “George Flay has already left the store after an employee noticed that the money he used was It was a 'fake' to make the call.

Abumayyaleh said: "My staff called the police to intervene and when police approached George. It was just outside the store that police officers approached him to arrest him. ”

The shop owner said he later saw no threat. That is, he did not see Mr. White against a police officer.

The owner of the restaurant said one of his family members, who saw George Flay outside, tried to intervene. Asking the officer to remove his knee from the man's neck.

The same shop owner added that I had watched the video and what I saw was awful. It is so sad and we wish to extend our condolences to the family and friends of George Gray.

When asked if he saw Floyd resisting arrest, "I have not seen this," Abumayyaleh said, claiming that the camera angles of our shop are exactly what you see. Outside taken. What I saw was what you saw in that video.

Abumayyaleh said Cup Foods deli has been in the community for more than 30 years and is now part of the Protested after Floyd's death, with backlash from a few locals who were angry and wanted answers from us.

Minneapolis has been provoking violence on the third night of Thursday following protests in the city. Into a riot.

State troops were summoned to intervene to prevent insurgents, and the governor asked for the National Guard's help after the robbery. A shock was shot and shops were set on fire and burned.

Thursday's shocking footage showed widespread destruction, including Wendy's, Target, Walmart, and Autozone. Stolen, and some burned.

Video shows a building surrounded by flames as insurgents watched and firefighters did not enter. Extinguish ៕

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