New Video And Testimony Show George Floyd Under Influence Of Drugs Just Prior To Death

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George Floyd “appeared to be high” when he handed over a counterfeit $20 bill in a Minneapolis convenience store, a clerk testified Wednesday — as never-before-seen surveillance footage shows him acting peculiar moments before his fatal confrontation with police.

The newly-released video from May 25, aired Wednesday during the murder trial of ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin, shows an animated Floyd inside the Cup Foods store with two companions, dancing and acting boisterous.

He also seemed to be acting fidgety and on edge at times, repeatedly counting money and reaching into his pockets.

Store clerk Christopher Martin, 19, testified that the 46-year-old victim had trouble speaking and appeared to be under the influence.

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