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Memorial for George Floyd in North Carolina

The casket carrying the body of George Floyd is brought inside before a memorial at Cape Fear Conference B headquarters in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS

The casket carrying the body of George Floyd is brought inside before a memorial at Cape Fear Conference B headquarters in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS

The casket carrying the body of George Floyd is brought inside before a memorial at Cape Fear Conference B headquarters in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS
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Hundreds of cars line up as mourners arrive for the public viewing of George Floyd in the town where he was born in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

Hundreds of cars line up as mourners arrive for the public viewing of George Floyd in the town where he was born in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

Hundreds of cars line up as mourners arrive for the public viewing of George Floyd in the town where he was born in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake
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The casket carrying the body of George Floyd before a memorial in Raeford, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS

The casket carrying the body of George Floyd before a memorial in Raeford, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS

The casket carrying the body of George Floyd before a memorial in Raeford, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS
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Nakia Almond holds the hand of Erin Corner, after they prayed while meeting for the first time just after viewing the body of George Floyd during a memorial in the town where he was born, in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake  

Nakia Almond holds the hand of Erin Corner, after they prayed while meeting for the first time just after viewing the body of George Floyd during a memorial in the town where he was born, in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan...more

Nakia Almond holds the hand of Erin Corner, after they prayed while meeting for the first time just after viewing the body of George Floyd during a memorial in the town where he was born, in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake  
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Mourners view the coffin of George Floyd during a memorial in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  
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Mourners view the coffin of George Floyd during a memorial in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Pool

Mourners view the coffin of George Floyd during a memorial in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Pool
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A portrait of George Floyd is displayed during a memorial in Raeford, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS  

A portrait of George Floyd is displayed during a memorial in Raeford, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS  

A portrait of George Floyd is displayed during a memorial in Raeford, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS  
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People pay their respects during a memorial for George Floyd in Raeford, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS

People pay their respects during a memorial for George Floyd in Raeford, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS

People pay their respects during a memorial for George Floyd in Raeford, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS
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A group honoring George Floyd arrive on horseback at a public viewing of his body in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake  

A group honoring George Floyd arrive on horseback at a public viewing of his body in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake  

A group honoring George Floyd arrive on horseback at a public viewing of his body in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake  
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Mourners view the coffin of George Floyd in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Pool

Mourners view the coffin of George Floyd in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Pool

Mourners view the coffin of George Floyd in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Pool
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A mourner wears a shirt stating the duration that a Minneapolis policeman knelt on George Floyd’s neck, as she joins others in a line for the public viewing of his body in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

A mourner wears a shirt stating the duration that a Minneapolis policeman knelt on George Floyd’s neck, as she joins others in a line for the public viewing of his body in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

A mourner wears a shirt stating the duration that a Minneapolis policeman knelt on George Floyd’s neck, as she joins others in a line for the public viewing of his body in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake
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Mourners line up for the public viewing of George Floyd in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

Mourners line up for the public viewing of George Floyd in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

Mourners line up for the public viewing of George Floyd in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake
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Mourners line up for the public viewing of George Floyd in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

Mourners line up for the public viewing of George Floyd in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

Mourners line up for the public viewing of George Floyd in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake
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A group honoring George Floyd arrive on horseback at a public viewing of his body in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

A group honoring George Floyd arrive on horseback at a public viewing of his body in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

A group honoring George Floyd arrive on horseback at a public viewing of his body in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake
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A mourner wears a mask honoring George Floyd joins others in a line for the public viewing of his body in the town where he was born, in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

A mourner wears a mask honoring George Floyd joins others in a line for the public viewing of his body in the town where he was born, in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

A mourner wears a mask honoring George Floyd joins others in a line for the public viewing of his body in the town where he was born, in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake
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People pay their respects during a memorial for George Floyd in Raeford, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS

People pay their respects during a memorial for George Floyd in Raeford, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS

People pay their respects during a memorial for George Floyd in Raeford, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS
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People pay their respects during a memorial for George Floyd in Raeford, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS

People pay their respects during a memorial for George Floyd in Raeford, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS

People pay their respects during a memorial for George Floyd in Raeford, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS
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Mourners line up for the public viewing of George Floyd in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

Mourners line up for the public viewing of George Floyd in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

Mourners line up for the public viewing of George Floyd in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake
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Mourners line up for the public viewing in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

Mourners line up for the public viewing in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

Mourners line up for the public viewing in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake
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Nakia Almond hugs Erin Corner after they prayed while meeting for the first time, just after viewing the body of George Floyd, in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

Nakia Almond hugs Erin Corner after they prayed while meeting for the first time, just after viewing the body of George Floyd, in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

Nakia Almond hugs Erin Corner after they prayed while meeting for the first time, just after viewing the body of George Floyd, in Raeford, North Carolina, June 6.  REUTERS/Jonathan Drake
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The hearse carrying the body of George Floyd arrives before  a memorial in Raeford, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS

The hearse carrying the body of George Floyd arrives before  a memorial in Raeford, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS

The hearse carrying the body of George Floyd arrives before  a memorial in Raeford, June 6.  Ed Clemente/Pool via REUTERS
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