“Come on, man. Oh, oh. I cannot breathe. I cannot breathe. Ah! They’ll kill me. They’ll kill me. I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe. Oh!” Floyd said in response to Chauvin, according to the transcripts.
Minutes later, Floyd was unresponsive and was later pronounced dead.
Authorities have not released the body camera footage and CNN has not been able to corroborate the transcripts. CNN has reached out to the court requesting the videos mentioned in the motion.
CNN has reached out to an attorney representing the Floyd family.
All four officers were fired.
Eric Nelson, an attorney for Chauvin, declined to comment on the transcripts on Wednesday.
Before Floyd was forced into the ground, he told officers that he couldn’t breathe, shared that he had suffered from Covid-19 and was claustrophobic, according to the transcripts.
Floyd was scared as officers tried to place him in a squad car, the transcripts detail, and told officers to “tell my kids, I love them. I’m dead.”
Later, as Floyd was pinned to the ground, Lane asked Chauvin if the officers should move Floyd to his side, raising concerns about a potential medical emergency, according to the transcripts.
“No, he’s staying put where we got him,” Chauvin replied, the transcript states.
According to the motion, Lane asked two times if Floyd should be moved to his side. Chauvin, a training officer and 20-year veteran, told Lane to keep him there until the ambulance arrived, according to the motion. Lane was assured by Chauvin that Floyd was fine and Lane was unable to see any “visible intentional infliction of harm,” the motion says.
Lane’s attorney, Gray, said in the motion that his client wasn’t aware that Chauvin was committing a crime while they were restraining Floyd. The attorney said the decision to restrain Floyd was reasonably justified, according to the motion.
CNN’s Nicole Chavez contributed to this report.