Juror 52 in the case of the State of Minnesota v. Derek Michael Chauvin, offered his condolences to George Floyd’s family and said, “his name is going to live on.”
“His legacy is now cemented in history. It’s now become so much bigger than him as an individual,” Brandon Mitchell told ABC News’ Robin Roberts in an interview that aired Wednesday.
“He has become a legacy. And it’s a legacy that will forever be here and … it will hopefully create some change within society.”
He added, “His name will live on and what his name means now is so much more than what they probably imagined. It’s literally cemented in history.”
The 31-year-old basketball coach at North Community High School in Minneapolis appeared on “Good Morning America” to