Newly-released transcripts of Minneapolis police body camera footage filed in state court Tuesday shed more light on the final moments before Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who faces second-degree murder and manslaughter charges, killed George Floyd in May. The transcripts were filed as part of an effort by another officer, Thomas Lane, to have charges that he aided and abetted Floyd's murder thrown out. At one point, the transcripts reveal that while Floyd was on the ground with Chauvin's knee on his neck, he said the officers were going to kill him. Chauvin then told Floyd to "stop talking, stop yelling, it takes a heck of lot of oxygen to talk." Chauvin seemingly dismissed Layne's concern Floyd was having a medical emergency. "Well, that's why we got the ambulance coming," he said, the transcripts show.

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