Prosecutors ask to keep details of George Floyd's 2019 arrest out of public view

MINNEAPOLIS — Prosecutors in the death of George Floyd have asked the court to take the extraordinary step of withholding case filings from public view for at least two days, including the most recent defense filing that detailed his 2019 arrest.Hennepin County District Judge Peter Cahill tentatively scheduled a hearing for Thursday on the prosecution’s request. A media coalition, including the Star Tribune, opposes the motion.At issue was a motion filed by Earl Gray on Monday on behalf of his client, former Minneapolis Police officer Thomas Lane, who held down Floyd’s legs when he was arreste…

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