Testimony began Monday in the wrongful death trial of two Minneapolis police officers who, in 2006, shot and killed a man believed to be having a nervous breakdown.
Dominic Felder's girlfriend, Tiana Wilson says on the night he was killed, Felder was not acting like himself.
She said he paced around their home afraid that dead people were out to kill him. Wilson says when officers Jason King and Lawrence Loonsfoot arrived, she told them not to shoot Felder.
She says he was "mental and didn't have anything on him" -- meaning he was unarmed.
Wilson says she stood across the street from where the officers confronted Felder. The officers have said Felder struggled with them and grabbed one of their guns.
But Wilson testified she saw the officers lift Felder off the ground. Seconds later seven shots rang out and Felder lay on the ground dead, with his hands behind his back.
The trial is expected to last until early next week.