WHAT’S BEING CLAIMED:
- J. Alexander Keung, one of the ex-cops charged with the murder of George Floyd, was accosted while grocery shopping in a supermarket.
- After posting bail of $750,000, Keung went shopping for necessities to be given an earful by a fellow shopper.
- The female shopper tells Keung that his life outside prison would be miserable and that he should be back in jail.
While out shopping for necessities, J. Alexander Keung, one of the former officers fired and charged with George Floyd’s murder, was accosted by a fellow shopper.
Keung, who was on his third shift as a cop when the Floyd case happened, was also just freed after posting bail of $750,000 when the encounter with the shopper took place.
josiah (@jk3rd_), the woman who took the now viral video of the supermarket exchange, tweeted, “look who my sister caught at Cub Foods in Plymouth. J. Alexander Keung, one of the officers who lynched #GeorgeFloyd in cold blood.
In the video, Keung appeared bewildered but calm while the customer asked his name and barraged him with a piece of her mind while another shopper videotaped the exchange.
The woman said, “So you’re out of prison, and you’re comfortably shopping in Cub Foods, as if you didn’t do anything,”
Keung stopped briefly to talk with her. “I wouldn’t call it ‘comfortably.’ I’d just say getting necessities,” answered Keung, holding a package of Oreos in his hands.
The woman added that Keung should not have the right and should not even be out on bail for killing somebody in cold blood.
To which Keung replied, “I can understand that. I’m sorry you feel that way.”
The woman kept on with her not wanting Keung to get stuff and wants him to be locked up and further vows that Keung’s life on the outside would be made miserable wherever he tries to go. She added that Keung was “lucky” that his home address isn’t public knowledge.
“You’re not gonna be able to comfortably live in Minnesota, or anywhere,” she said. “And you will be going back to jail.”
Keung and 2 others were charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter in the George Floyd case which has sparked worldwide protests.
Source: New York Post