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Darnella Frazier, teen who recorded his murder, today


The teenage girl who filmed the murder of George Floyd says she is still traumatized by what she witnessed a year ago.

“It’s a little easier now, but I’m not who I used to be. A part of my childhood was taken from me,” Darnella Frazier, 18, wrote in a statement posted to her Facebook page Tuesday.

Floyd, a Minneapolis Black man, died a year ago on Memorial Day during an arrest. Frazier, then 17 years old, was visiting a local convenience store with her 9-year-old cousin when she saw ex-police officer Derek Chauvin and several other officers restraining Floyd on the ground. She recorded the incident on her cell phone as she and other bystanders pleaded with them to get off Floyd, who repeatedly said he couldn’t breathe.



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