(Minneapolis, MN)  --  More testimony today (Wednesday) from L-A-P-D use of force expert Sergeant Jody Stiger in the trial of ex-Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.  Stiger was asked by the state if George Floyd posed an immediate threat to officers while he was restrained?  Stiger said he did not because "Floyd was in the prone position, he was handcuffed, he was not attempting to resist, he was not attempting to assault the officers, kick, punch or anything of that nature."  Stiger did say when Floyd was initially being placed in the backseat of the police squad car, he was actively resisting officers, but once he was cuffed and on the ground, officers should have slowed or stopped the restraint.