BREAKING NEWS: Derek Chauvin Speaks For The First Time In George Floyd Trial, Invokes His 5th Amendment Right

 Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin spoke in his trial in the death of George Floyd for the first time – to say he declined to testify. 

Chauvin on Thursday morning invoked his Fifth Amendment right not to testify in his defense, laying to rest speculation over whether or not he would take the stand. 

It appeared to be the only time Chauvin’s voice was heard in court, other than in videos played to the jury of him kneeling on Floyd during the arrest on May 25.  

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