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George Floyd appeared ‘high’ when he handed over fake $20 bill and ‘had difficulty forming words’

New video showing George Floyd (center in a black tank top) inside the Minneapolis Cup Foods store moments before his death was played in court on Wednesday at the start of day three of Derek Chauvin's murder trial

The third day of Derek Chauvin’s murder trial kicked off on Wednesday in Minneapolis

By LAURA COLLINS and MEGAN SHEETS

FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

New video of George Floyd inside a Minneapolis convenience store moments before his death was played in court today at Derek Chauvin’s murder trial as a witness said that his hands were shaking, he was unable to make conversation and he appeared to be under the influence of drugs.

Cup Foods clerk Christopher Martin, who was working on May 25, 2020, took the stand on Wednesday to testify about how staff called the cops on Floyd because they believed he used a counterfeit $20 bill.

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