One of the jurors who served on Derek Chauvin‘s murder trial is speaking out on mental toll of murder one week after he helped convict the former Minneapolis cop for killing George Floyd.

Derek Chauvin Juror On Mental Toll Of Murder Trial: We Had To ‘Watch A Black Man Die’ Every Day

Brandon Mitchell, juror #52 and one of four Black jurors who served on the trial, spoke with Gayle King during an interview televised on “Good Morning America” on Wednesday to offer some crucial insight into the deliberations process as well as the case as a whole. He and 11 other jurors on April 20 found Chauvin guilty of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter for using his knee to apply deadly pressure to Floyd’s neck for more than nine excruciating minutes recorded by a bystander. Read more about the Juror On Mental Toll Of Murder Trial.