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‘I said call the police on the police’: Store owner recalls George Floyd arrest

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Mahmoud ‘Mike’ Abumayyaleh, the owner of Cup Foods whose employees called police about George Floyd, says “black lives matter,” calling the arrest and death of Floyd “police brutality.”