First photos of the man who called the Minneapolis Police officers to arrest George Floyd before he was murdered has been sighted by Celebrities Buzz.

George Floyd death was basically caused by Mahmoud Abumayyale, the man who reported him to the Minneapolis Police that led to his grave.

Mr Floyd, who worked as a club security guard, died after he was pinned down in the street while being arrested by four police officers.

He was arrested after he allegedly tried to use a fake $20 bill at a corner shop on Monday night, and police claim he was “under the influence” in the driver’s seat of a car.

Witnesses have disputed the Minneapolis Police Department’s claims that he was resisting arrest.

A witness captured video of Mr Floyd begging to be freed as police pinned him to the street and witnesses screamed “get off him” before he lost consciousness.

He was later pronounced dead in hospital.

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The footage was posted on social media and quickly sparked outrage and calls for the officers to be charged with murder.

Protests have taken place in Minneapolis every night since Mr Floyd’s death and the National Guard has been activated to try to restore order in the Midwest city after peaceful rallies gave way to gunfire, arson, looting and vandalism.

The fallout from Mr Floyd’s death has overshadowed the man himself.

Celebrities Buzz after weeks of searching for his image finally got it.

An officer-involved in his death has been freed.

See His Photo Below:


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