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On Monday evening, Minneapolis police arrested Floyd because he allegedly matched the description of someone who attempted to pass off a counterfeit $20 bill at a store to buy cigarettes.
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This was always counterfeit.
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Floyd, who had worked security for Minneapolis nightclubs, had been suspected of trying to pass counterfeit money to buy cigarettes on Monday evening.
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Chauvin handcuffed and pinned Floyd down over reported suspicions Floyd passed a counterfeit $20 bill, which was recorded and shared widely on social media.
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Floyd had been arrested on suspicion of using a counterfeit $20 bill at a store.
The China Post
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It led to the firing Tuesday of the four police officers who were arresting Floyd on for suspicion of passing a counterfeit bill and to third-degree murder and manslaughter charges being filed Friday against the officer who used his knee to pin Floyd down by his neck for more than eight minutes, even as Floyd pleaded for air and went limp.
The New York Times
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On Monday, a worker at a store in Minneapolis called 911, claiming that George Floyd had used counterfeit money.
The New York Times
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The fatal encounter began just before 8 p.m. on Monday, when Mr. Floyd entered Cup Foods and a store clerk claimed that he had paid for cigarettes with a counterfeit $20 bill.
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Floyd, a Houston native who had worked security for a nightclub, was arrested for allegedly using counterfeit money at a store to buy cigarettes on Monday evening.