Minneapolis braces for conclusion of George Floyd trial
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Minneapolis (AFP) – Janay Clayton has no doubt there will be trouble in Minneapolis if the white ex-police officer accused of murdering George Floyd walks free — with soldiers patrolling the streets and shops boarded up in anticipation of a verdict. “We’re prepared for the worst,” Clayton, a resident of the US city, told AFP on Monday, at the start of the trial’s fourth week. The 62-year-old warned there could be fresh protests if Derek Chauvin is acquitted for Floyd’s death. The former officer was captured on video kneeling on the 46-year-old Black man’s neck for nine and a half minutes last…

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