Man ID'ed As George Floyd's Drug Dealer Refuses to Testify For Fear He Could Be Charged With Floyd's MurderChris Menahan
Apr. 08, 2021
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Morries Hall, the man identified as George Floyd's drug dealer by Floyd's girlfriend Courtney Ross, refused to testify on Tuesday because his lawyer feared he could be charged with third-degree murder for drug delivery resulting in death.
From Law Officer, "George Floyd’s drug dealer concerned he may be charged with murder if he testifies":
“Your honor, I cannot envision any topic that Mr. Hall would be called to testify on that would be both relevant to the case that would not incriminate him,” Cousins told Judge Peter Cahill during Tuesday’s hearing, with the jury absent from the courtroom. “Mr. Hall’s testimony in these matters would specifically put him in the position of being in very close proximity to Mr. Floyd, in a vehicle where drugs were found during a search by police following Floyd’s death.”Hall also allegedly gave Floyd the fake $20 bill which was the trigger for his arrest.
It appears as though George Floyd's real killer is going to get away with it.
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