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Judge Sets Bail At $750,000 Each For The Three Other Minneapolis Ex-Officers Accused Of Aiding And Abetting In The Death Of George Floyd

A Judge has just arranged the bail of the other 3 police officer who were charged with aiding and abetting in the killing of George Floyd at $750,000 each.

The officers identified as, Tou Thao, J. Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane made appearances in Hennepin County District court as friends, celebrities and relatives gather for the memorial service of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

According to reports the 3 officers were relieved of their duties along with Derek Chauvin who was charged with a 2nd degree murder and manslaughter case on.

If convicted, Derek Chauvin will be facing a maximum of 40 years in prison on murder count and a 10 years jail term for manslaughter. From the law of Minnesota, aiding and abetting a 2nd degree murder is equivalent to a 2nd degree murder charge, which means that the other 3 officers are supposed to face the same punishment as Derek Chauvin.

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