J. Alexander Kueng
The third anniversary since George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis, all four of the former-police officers involved in the kneeling killing have finally been fully held accountable for their actions and inactions on that fateful day.
J. Alexander Kueng admitted aiding and abetting the second-degree manslaughter.
The guilty verdicts for former Minneapolis police officers J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane and Tou Thao for violating George Floyd's civil rights should send a clear message to members of law enforcement who ignore their sworn duties, civil rights leaders said.
On behalf of the family of George Floyd, attorney Benjamin Crump is suing the city of Minneapolis as well as all four of the cops involved in the Memorial Day police homicide.
Moving George Floyd's case out of Minneapolis could mean less diverse jury pools that are more sympathetic to police officers, thus increasing the chances of acquittals or mistrials.
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