George Floyd's brother condemns violent protests: 'My brother wasn't about that'

KABC logo
Monday, June 1, 2020
EMBED <>More Videos

George Floyd's brother, Terrence, talks about his reasoning for visiting the place George died and asks for peace instead of violence, saying his brother also stood for peace.

George Floyd's younger brother, Terrence, is asking for peace after his brother died in police custody.

Terrence told ABC News he condemns the violent protests happening and wants everyone to know George stood for peace.

"I'm outraged too," he said. "Sometimes I get angry. I want to go crazy. My brother wasn't about that. You'll hear a lot of people saying, 'He was a gentle giant.'"

Terrence said he wants to see first degree murder charges for Derek Chauvin, the officer seen on video kneeling on George's neck, and wants the other officers charged as well.

On Monday, he plans to visit the site in Minneapolis where his brother took his last breaths.

"I just had to come down here, and let people know, just channel your anger elsewhere," he said.