George Floyd's Brother Terrence Calls For Violent Protests To Stop
The brother of George Floyd has called for calm as violent protests, rallies, demonstrations and looting erupts across America.
Terrance Floyd told people at a makeshift memorial in Minneapolis, Minnesota, that all the violence and destruction wasn't going to help his family.
"Ya'll doing nothing because that's not gonna bring my brother back at all," he said. "It may feel good for the moment - just like when you drink - but when you are done, you're going to wonder what did you do.
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"My family is a peaceful family, my family is God-fearing. Yeah we're upset but we're not going to be repetitious.
"In every case of police brutality, the same thing has been happening. Y'all protest, y'all destroy stuff. And you know why they don't move? Because it's not their stuff, it's our stuff.
"So they want us to destroy our stuff. So let's do this another way. Let's do this another way."
Minneapolis has been the epicentre of the violent demonstrations as it's where George was killed. He died while being arrested by a white police officer who knelt on his neck for nearly 10 minutes.
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