New footage from inside Cup Foods – the convenience store on the corner of 38th and Chicago in Minneapolis, where Floyd was taken into custody by police – is being played at the trial this morning.
Store clerk Christopher Martin is on the stand testifying while the video is being played.
In the video, Floyd can be seen inside the store. Martin, who talked to Floyd while he was in the store, testified that he believed Floyd was under the influence.
At one point, the video shows Martin selling Floyd a pack of cigarettes. Martin can be seen in the footage holding up the $20 bill that Floyd gave him for the cigarettes.
"When I saw the bill, I noticed it had a blue pigment to it, kind of like a $100 bill would have. I found that odd. I assumed that it was fake," Martin said.
Martin's testimony is ongoing.
Watch a portion of the surveillance video played during the Chauvin trial: