A woman who learned of Derek Chauvin's guilty verdict standing near the Cups Food store, where George Floyd was killed, says the moment was bittersweet for her. She told CNN's Omar Jimenez that she was a friend of Sandra Bland.
"My feeling was, it's very bittersweet because his family, much like a good friend of mine, Sandy Bland, Sandy as I knew her, will never see him again, will never touch him, will never hug him and his daughter will grow up without a father. They will never see him again and he's still six feet under so justice in my opinion will never be served but it is very bittersweet. It's at least something. We're getting somewhere in this country. We're seeing some progress," she said.
Omar Jimenez speaks to Sandra Bland's friend: