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George Floyd and Derek Chauvin Worked Together at a Nightclub

NYTimes.com Saturday, 30 May 2020
The episode began with a report of a $20 counterfeit bill. It ended in a fatal encounter with the police, which the authorities have described in detail for the first time.
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