George Floyd’s brother has traveled from his home in Brooklyn to Minneapolis to visit the place where his brother died in police custody.
Terence Floyd, 42, said: “I want to feel my brother’s feelings … reconnect with him. “Good Morning America” tells ABC News Monday.
Almost nine minutes into the process, he sighed heavily when he heard about the sight of his 46-year-old brother dead, tied to his neck by an officer.
“It’s devastating. I’m a little more emotional, ”Terence said of dealing with the death of his brother.
“He’s a gentle giant,” Terrence said of George. “He was all about peace and harmony … He was a quiet driving force.”
Part of the New York contingency is the Rev. Terence appeared on “GMA” with Kevin McCall, including civil rights lawyer Sanford Rubenstein, who traveled with him to Minnesota.
“We’ve been in New York … while dealing with Eric Garner,” McCall told the “GMA” of the Staten Island man, 43, who – like Floyd – died after pleading “I can’t breathe” when arrested. .
“We know what people are enjoying in Minneapolis. We’re here to call for peace and harmony,” McCall said, wearing a mask with Floyd’s photo, “we can’t breathe.”