Publisher's note: This post appears here courtesy of the LifeZette, and written by Popzette Staff.
One of the four cops who was involved in the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota
was just confronted while out shopping at a grocery store after he was freed on bail.
The New York Post reported
that J. Alexander Keung, 26, was freed on Friday night on $750,000 bail. The next day, he was spotted at Cub Foods in the Minneapolis suburb of Plymouth, where another shopper confronted him on camera.
"What's your name?"
the unnamed woman asked as she approached Keung.
"Oh, yeah, that's me,"
he replied calmly.
"So you're out of prison, and you're comfortably shopping in Cub Foods, as if you didn't do anything,"
the woman said, to which Keung responded, "I wouldn't call it 'comfortably.' I'd just say getting necessities."
"I don't think you should have that right,"
the woman fired back. "I don't even think you should be out on bail."
"I can understand that,"
responded Keung. "I'm sorry you feel that way."
Keung was working just his third shift as a police officer last month when he helped restrain Floyd as his fellow former cop Derek Chauvin fatally knelt on the man's neck. Keung, Chauvin, and two other officers have since been fired and arrested for their respective roles in Floyd's death.
The woman continued to confront Keung in the store as he checked out with his items.
"You don't have the right to be here,"
she said. "You killed somebody in cold blood."
The woman then asked Keung if he wanted to apologize or felt any remorse, at which time he said he just wanted to finish shopping and leave. The shopper, however, was not having any of it.
"We don't want you to get your stuff,"
she said. "We want you to be locked up."
The woman proceeded to tell Keung that his life in the outside world should be made miserable wherever he goes, and that he is "lucky" that his home address has not been released.
"You're not gonna be able to comfortably live in Minnesota, or anywhere,"
she told him. "And you will be going back to jail."