Amid the second day of protests over the police killing of Daunte Wright and the continuation of the trial of former Minnesota cop Derek Chauvin—who is accused of murdering George Floyd last May—relatives of the two slain unarmed Black men and their attorney on Tuesday held an emotionally charged press conference outside a downtown Minneapolis courthouse.\u0026nbsp;\u0022My nephew was a lovable young man. His smile, oh Lord, the most beautiful smile. Y\u0026#039;all took that. My nephew\u0026#039;s blood is on your hands.\u0022\u0026nbsp;—Naisha Wright, auntStanding outside the Hennepin County Government Center—where the defense phase of Chauvin\u0026#039;s trial began Tuesday—civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump, who is representing relatives of both Floyd and Wright, introduced numerous members of both families.\u0026nbsp;Katie Wright, Daunte\u0026#039;s mother, wept as she recounted how she spoke with her 20-year-old son during a Sunday traffic stop—reportedly over expired plates and air fresheners that blocked his rearview mirror—just moments before he was killed, allegedly by veteran Brooklyn Center, Minnesota police officer Kimberly Potter.\u0026nbsp;\u0022I never imagined this was what was going to happen,\u0022 she said.Wright said Daunte\u0026#039;s girlfriend, who was in the car with him, called her back via FaceTime after he was shot.\u0022She was crying and screaming and she said that they shot him,\u0022 said Wright. \u0022Then she pointed the phone toward the driver\u0026#039;s seat and my son was laying there, unresponsive. That was the last time I\u0026#039;ve heard from my son. And I\u0026#039;ve had no explanation since then.\u0022Chyna Whitaker, the mother of Wright\u0026#039;s 2-year-old son, said the boy will never again celebrate a birthday with his father.\u0026nbsp;\u0022I feel like they stole my son\u0026#039;s dad from him,\u0022 she lamented.\u0026nbsp;Naisha Wright, Daunte\u0026#039;s aunt, said that Potter\u0026nbsp;\u0022murdered my nephew.\u0022\u0026nbsp;\u0022My nephew was a lovable young man,\u0022 she said. \u0022His smile, oh Lord, the most beautiful smile. Y\u0026#039;all took that.\u0022Wright added, \u0022My nephew\u0026#039;s blood is on your hands.\u0022 She then called for Potter\u0026#039;s prosecution.\u0026nbsp;\u0022Put her in jail, like they would do any one of us,\u0022 she said. \u0022They would put us into that jail cell. [It] would be no \u0026#039;accident.\u0026#039; It would be murder.\u0022\u0026nbsp;\u0022My nephew was a lovable young man. His smile, oh Lord, the most beautiful smile. Y\u0026#039;all took that\u0022: Aunt of Daunte Wright breaks down in tears as she speaks to reporters. pic.twitter.com/zPsHSQ0bMQ— CBS News (@CBSNews) April 13, 2021Philonise Floyd, who on Monday testified in the trial of the man accused of killing his brother, said that \u0022the world is traumatized watching another African American man being slain.\u0022Floyd compared Wright—who Potter allegedly killed with a pistol she\u0026nbsp;claimed\u0026nbsp;she thought was her Taser—to Oscar Grant, who was shot dead in 2009 while laying restrained on the ground by a California transit cop who also claimed to confuse his pistol for a stun gun.\u0022There was no need to even Tase him,\u0022 Floyd said of both men.\u0026nbsp;Crump said that after 26 years—the amount of time Potter was a police officer prior to her resignation Tuesday—\u0022you would think that you know what side your gun is on and what side your Taser is on.\u0022\u0022You would think that you know what side your gun is on and what side your Taser is on.\u0022—Benjamin Crump, attorney\u0022You know the weight of your gun, and you know the weight of the Taser,\u0022 argued Crump. \u0022You know the gun is black, you know the Taser is going to have some reflective color on it. And so it is unacceptable.\u0022Also resigning Tuesday was Brooklyn Center Police Chief Tim Gannon. Commenting on that, Jeff Storms, Crump\u0026#039;s co-counsel, said that \u0022you know this isn\u0026#039;t just one officer.\u0022\u0026nbsp;Crump added that \u0022there is an issue that goes beyond policy, and I believe that\u0026#039;s implicit bias.\u0022\u0026nbsp;A third night of protests began Tuesday in Brooklyn Center, Minneapolis, and in\u0026nbsp;cities across the nation.