The protests across America helped get the four officers involved in George Floyd's death charged. Chauvin, the man who kneeled on George Floyd's neck for nearly 9 minutes, was arrested on charges of second-degree murder while the three other cops were charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder.


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Two of the officers have been released from prison, Thomas Lane and J Alexander Keung, after posting $750K bail. Though Lane's attorney has attempted to claim his client is innocent, Keung is back to living life pretty regularly, it would seem. New footage emerged this morning of Keung at Cub Foods in Plymouth getting confronted by a woman. "Oh, what's your name?" The woman asked before he simply replied, "Oh yeah. That's me." 

"So you're out of prison and you're comfortably shopping in Cub Foods as if you didn't do anything?" She continued.

He replied, "I wouldn't call it comfortably. I'd say getting necessities or helping."

As the woman continued to call him out for the murder of George Floyd, he stood there saying that he was just going to get his Oreos and other "necessities" and be on his way. The woman pressed him even further about where he got his bail money and how he felt, though Keung remained quiet. Even though he tried to ignore the woman recording him, his attempt to look unbothered failed.

Check the video out below.