Cop Involved In George Floyd’s Death Now Out On Bail

Friday, June 12, 2020, 1:39 PM GMT-5

The 4 officers that were involved in the incident that has raged the whole of the United States and the world were fired the very next day and faced further consequences.

As we all know, George Floyd, a black man, was brutally murdered by the Minneapolis officers and the footage of the scene went viral.


One among the four Minneapolis police officers concerning the death of the black American, George Floyd, has been released on bail.

Thomas Lane, 37, was freed from the Hennepin County jail on Wednesday at 5:08 p.m. on $750,000 (AU $1m) conditional bail. He will be supervised during bail, should not be involved in any law enforcement activities and may not carry a gun.

The amateur on the force was charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter and was held on $1 million without conditions.

The news has been confirmed by Lane’s attorney, Earl Gray, who verified that Lane was released on bail on Wednesday afternoon. He also told Star Tribune that lane is planning to file a motion to terminate the charges against him.

The next hearing is to be held on June 29.

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