JESSE WATTERS: Keith Ellison knows a lot more than we do, Dana, and he's got investigators looking into the relationship between the officer and Floyd. Because if you think about it, I'm only speculating, you don't just jam your knee under the neck of a guy that you don't know for no reason. Yes, maybe he's some insane racist that just wanted to kill a black man. It's possible. It's just not likely in my opinion. From what we know, they worked at the same club together a nightclub which had a lot of suspicious activity. People should be looking into the nightclub. Was it a front for something? Was there any sort of trafficking going on? They worked closely on a regular basis. Also, Floyd rumored to have moonlit in another industry which is kind of provocative.
There could be a lot of reasons that their relationship became controversial, let's just put it that way. And maybe Floyd knew something he wasn't supposed to know. Maybe there was an operation that we're not aware of that soon was going to be investigated. Because if you have a guy kneeing a guy in the neck like that over a counterfeit 20 and you have the rest of the crew standing around and watching, it looks like a premeditated hit. And then when you have the first report to say oh, no, he didn't die that way. He had a bad ticker he was on methamphetamine, all sorts of narcotics in his system. That's highly suspicious because then other reports came out afterward contradicting that. So there's a lot of things at play. You can find at the end of the day, this is not racially motivated at all. This was some sort of criminal thing that went haywire and this was a hit that was executed extremely poorly. And they thought that they were going to get away with it.