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I wish that I hadn't taken his fake note, shop cashier tells Floyd trial


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Cashier Christopher Martin (19) said that as he stood on the kerb a short time later, his hands on his head as he watched Mr Floyd's arrest, he felt "disbelief and guilt". (stock picture)

Cashier Christopher Martin (19) said that as he stood on the kerb a short time later, his hands on his head as he watched Mr Floyd's arrest, he felt "disbelief and guilt". (stock picture)

Cashier Christopher Martin (19) said that as he stood on the kerb a short time later, his hands on his head as he watched Mr Floyd's arrest, he felt "disbelief and guilt". (stock picture)

The convenience store cashier who sold cigarettes to George Floyd and was handed a counterfeit $20 note in return has given evidence at police officer Derek Chauvin's US murder trial as prosecutors laid out the sequence of events that led to Mr Floyd's arrest and death.

Cashier Christopher Martin (19) said that as he stood on the kerb a short time later, his hands on his head as he watched Mr Floyd's arrest, he felt "disbelief and guilt".


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