Transcript for More than 5,000 National Guard troops on duty in Minneapolis
Meantime, in Minneapolis tonight, the curfew is in effect for a third night now. More than 5,000 National Guard troops on duty. George Floyd's brother has now arrived in the city. His family seeking justice. And we talk with his brother right here tonight. He told our Alex Perez that the other three officers should be charged. As investigators there now look at new video, showing the moments before George Floyd's death. Alex Perez from Minneapolis again tonight. Reporter: Tonight, investigators looking at new video showing what appears to be the minutes before George Floyd was pinned to the ground and died. Floyd can't be seen in the video, but you can see one officer leaning into the police car, scuffling. Floyd's family speaking out tonight, calling for charges to be filed against the other officers involved. I want to see justice, I want to see all of them get punished to the full extent for what they did to my brother. Please! Please, I can't breathe! Reporter: Fired officer Derek chauvin, seen here in that horrific video, jamming his knee into Floyd's neck while he's pinned on the ground, handcuffed, now on suicide watch, charged with third degree murder. No charges so far for the other three officers involved. He's not responsive right now. Do you want to see the other three officers charged? Yes. I think, from what I've seen in all this, I do think that. I'll let the prosecutors and the folks decide. I do think that's warranted. Reporter: Tonight, authorities in Minnesota extending the evening curfew for a third night, shutting down freeways and mass transit. And deploying more than 5,000 National Guard troops. Last night, no major destruction or significant fires after dozens of buildings and businesses were reduced to rubble. The owner of this restaurant destroyed by vandals vowing to rebuild, saying she supports the demonstrations. This was the only way to get the attention of the people running the system, to bring justice, then so be it. Reporter: The community coming together tonight, breaking out brooms, determined to pick up the pieces. David, his brother, Terence, adamantly and emotionally condemns the violence. He says George stood for peace. He worries the violence will overshadow his legacy. David? George Floyd's family condemning the violence tonight with our Alex Perez. Alex, thank you.
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