Ex-police officer Derek Chauvin’s legal team claims to have found a speedball with George Floyd’s DNA on it in the patrol car he sat in … 8 months after his death.
The revelation came out in court during questioning of Senior Special Agent James Reyerson, the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension officer who was in charge of investigating the incident.
While on the stand, Reverson said the Blue Mercedes SUV that Floyd was hanging out in before police arrived at the scene was taken into custody. They also seized Chauvin’s patrol car. Both were processed two days after Floyd died on May 25, 2020. No drugs were found in the vehicles.
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