Cop Who Held George Floyd’s Legs Is Confronted in Grocery Store

June 23, 2020

J. Alexander Kueng, one of the three officers charged with aiding and abetting the murder of George Floyd, was confronted in a grocery store over the weekend by an angry woman who said she didn’t think he should be allowed to be in public. Kueng, who stood on Floyd’s legs as Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck, was freed on $750,000 bail. In the store, Kueng kept his cool. Separately, a statue of Theodore Roosevelt flanked by a Native American and an African man will come down.

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