Police accused of George Floyd’s death, J.J. Alexander Kueng released on bail

The second of four Minneapolis police officers charged with the murder of George Floyd was reportedly released from prison after sending bail.

J. Alexander Kueng, 26, was liberated from Hennepin County Prison shortly before 19:30. $ 750,000 after meeting bail on Friday According to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Keung is now among the three officers who have been fired and are tasked with helping second-degree murder and helping with second-degree murder and helping mammals to help Floyd die before the Memorial Day.

His release came after the 37-year-old rookie cop Thomas Lane, who managed to send his $ 750,000 bail in an effort to crowd funding.

Lane was working on his fourth shift when auditor Derek Chauvin held a knee around his neck for almost nine minutes, holding Floyd’s legs.

Keung was also strong and fresh on his third shift when he helped hold Floyd during his deadly arrest.

Third officer Tou Thao is still imprisoned on $ 750,000 bail.

Chauvin continues with bail too, the bail faces $ 1.25 million in second-degree murder and second-degree murder.

If convicted of guilty, all four defendants were sentenced to 40 years in prison.

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