WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Two chairs now sit in front of the makeshift memorial for Julius 'Juice' Sampson, the father of three and newlywed who was shot to death in front of BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse Tuesday.

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The chairs encourage those who didn't even know Sampson to pay their respects. Many are stopping by the memorial of flowers, cards and candles to pray for a man they heard did so much for the Winston-Salem community.

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"I had no idea who he was," one man said. "And for someone to lose their life to hear that, period, is sad and it hurts."

"I think it's important to respect those that really have a legacy and have an influence within the community," another said.

New cell phone video from witness Evarsito Guerrero shows the moments Sampson's accused murderer is pinned down until Winston-Salem police arrive.

In the video you can see that BJ's workers frantically called 911 and waved down help.

There are parts of the video Sampson's wife Keiya never wants to see. 

"I don't want to see him laying, slaying anywhere," she stated.

Keiya says the loss of her husband, who she calls a 'gentle giant,'is unbearable. 

"I would give anything, for just five more minutes."