Ex-Minneapolis Cop Told Other Officers ‘You Shouldn’t Do This’ During George Floyd’s Arrest, Lawyer Says

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http://rongotaiapartments.co.nz/tips/rugby-world-cup-2011-tv-advertisments?wpmp_switcher=desktop As the court case against the ex-Minneapolis Cops involved in buy cenforce online uk George Floyd’s brutal killing continues, Attorneys for two of the officers, charged with aiding and abetting murder, claimed the men tried to express concern during Floyd’s deadly arrest.

Begoro One of the four former Minneapolis police officers, J. Alexander Kueng, tried to warn his fellow officers during the arrest, his attorney claimed in court Thursday.

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J. Alexander Kueng

The man, J. Alexander Kueng, hadn’t yet completed his third full shift as a police officer when the deadly arrest occurred, his attorney, Tom Plunkett, claimed. Plunkett said Kueng told his fellow officers as they were detaining Floyd, “You shouldn’t do that.”
Lane was also new to the job, having been on the force for only four days when the incident occurred, his attorney, Earl Gray, claimed. Gray said Lane twice asked Chauvin, a training officer, “Shall we roll him over?” He also expressed concern that Floyd may be in “delirium,” Gray said. “What is my client supposed to do other than follow what the training officer said?” Gray asked in court.

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A judge ordered Kueng, Lane and Thao held an unconditional bail of $1 million compounded with $750,000 of conditional bail. No pleas were entered.

All four of the former officers face maximum sentences of 40 years in prison, according to the criminal complaints.

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