J. Alexander Kueng, a former Minneapolis police officer who faces criminal charges in the death of George Floyd, was confronted and questioned by a shopper in a Minneapolis grocery store over the weekend.
Kueng, 26, who worked alongside Derek Chauvin, the officer who pinned Floyd’s body to the ground, was charged with aiding and abetting murder and aiding and abetting manslaughter.
While Derek Chauvin and Tou Thao are still locked up, Thomas Lane, a fourth officer charged in George Floyd’s death, also — as of June 10 — has been released after making bail.
On Twitter, @jk3rd_ called Kueng the officer who “lynched George Floyd in cold blood.”
The FBI currently is investigating George Floyd’s death and has not yet released the officers’ bodycam footage of the incident.