After two weeks of screening, jury picked to decide whether George Floyd's death was murder

By Jonathan Allen (Reuters) -The jury in the trial of Derek Chauvin was seated on Tuesday, poised to weigh if something its members all said they had seen — the former Minneapolis policeman pressing his knee on the neck of a dying George Floyd in a bystander’s cellphone video — amounts to murder. More than 70 potential jurors were screened over two weeks, whittled down through wide-roaming questions on their jobs, their preferred local sports teams, their pets and their views on whether there is systemic racism in the U.S. criminal justice system. The process culminated in a jury made up of fo…

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