June 25 will mark the one month anniversary of the horrific killing of George Floyd, who died after a former officer, Derek Chauvin, kneeled in his neck for nearly nine minutes.
Chauvin and the three officers who assisted him in the killing were fired from the police department, arrested and charged.
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The staggering two-minute encounter included the most important question asked to Kueng: “Do you feel any remorse for what you did?”
During the first court appearance on June 4 for the attorney’s representing the three officers involved in Floyd’s death, Thomas Plunkett, who represents Keung attempted to distance his client for Derek Chauvin’s actions.
Kueng joined the Minneapolis Police Department in December 2019 but May 25 was only his third full shift as a police officer.