J. Alexander Kueng, age 26 years old, is charged with two felonies: aiding and abetting 2nd-degree murder & aiding and abetting 2nd-degree manslaughter of an Africa-American black man George Floyd in Hennepin County, Minneapolis, Minnesota, the USA on May 25th, 2020. He is the youngest of all the four officers arrested for George Floyd’s Murder.
Derek Chauvin, a 19-year veteran in the force, pressed his knee on George’s neck for 9 minutes straight, while the other three officers stood by and watched George Floyd dying, Floyd continuously said “I can’t breathe… I can’t breathe…”.
Chief of Police in Minneapolis, Medaria Arradondo, fired all the four convicts on the next day of George Floyd’s murder. He said, “Silence is an action—you’re complicit. You’re complicit,”. Arradondo said, adding “Mr. Floyd died in our hands and so I see that as being complicit,”.
Keith Ellison, Minnesota Attorney General, pressed charges against Alexander Kueng (badge number 1385) and three other former ex Minneapolis Police Officers (Tao Thou, Thomas Lane, and Derek Chauvin) on June 3rd, 2020.
UPDATE: [Viral VIDEO] Alexander Kueng Caught Grovery Shopping At Cub Foods Store, Plymouth
NOTE: In case you do not know, aiding and abetting for a 2nd-degree murder means up to 40 years in prison and for 2nd-degree manslaughter up to 10 years.
J. Alexander Kueng Involvement In Murder of George Floyd
On May 25th, an unknown person called 911 to report a ‘$20 counterfeit bill’ forgery at Cup Foods, Hennepin County. MPD officers Alexander Keung and Thomas Lane arrived at the scene at 8:08 PM and were told that the accused person is sitting in his car around the corner.
Thomas Lane asked Floyd to come out of the car, then handcuffed him and walked with him towards the sidewalk while Kueng interrogated the passenger sitting in the first seat. Lane explained that he was arresting Floyd for passing counterfeit currency.
Alexander Kueng walked Mr. Floyd to the squad car, asked him to sit inside the car. Floyd stiffened up, fell to the ground, and told the officers that he was not resisting but he is claustrophobic and cannot sit in the backseat.
Officers Tao Thou & Derek Chauvin arrived at the scene in a separate police vehicle. Derek pulled out Floyd from the passenger side of the squad car and pinned him down while still handcuffed. Derek knelt on Foyd’d neck while Alex Kueng held Floyd’s back.
Floyd repeatedly said, “I can’t breathe” and “Mama, Please, Mama”, Floyd even said “I’m about to die” but the officers did not back off. This continued for 9 minutes until Floyd stopped moving at 8:25 PM.
J. Alex Kueng checked for Floyd’s pulse, he said, “I couldn’t find one.” Floyd was taken to the Hennepin County Medical Centre and pronounced him dead citing, “cardiopulmonary arrest, complications law enforcement subdual, restrain and neck compression” as the principal reasons.
Read the entire Criminal Complaint – https://www.ag.state.mn.us/Office/Communications/2020/docs/Complaint_Kueng.pdf
J. Alexander Kueng Wiki – Early Life
J. A. Kueng, full name James Alexander Kueng, (born on October 8, 1993), is born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota, he completed his undergrad from Patrick Henry High School in Minneapolis. As a child, he loved playing soccer and played for Cruz Azul Minnesota as a Defensive Mid-fielder.
“He always lived within 10 miles radius of his childhood home, served as captain of the soccer team in high school, coached young players, and participated in a campaign to build a school in Haiti,” Alexander Kueng’s attorney said.
Alexander graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2018 where he enrolled himself in a part-time job of Campus Security Force. He also worked as a security officer at Macy’s for nearly three years before joining law enforcement. His personnel file reports that he can speak, read and write Russian also. Alexander Kueng is not married nor has any children from any woman.
- J Alexander Kueng Nationality – American
- J. Alex Kueng Minneapolis Police Officer Ethnicity – BLACK
- J. Alexander Keung Minneapolis PD Race – BLACK – The last name Kueng is of Chinese and Korean origin.
“Kueng is a Black Man, raised by a single mom who adopted him at the age of four”, his attorney Plunkett confirmed.
Read: Derek Chuvan Biography.
Alexander Kueng Career As A Minneapolis Police Officer
Alex Kueng joined the MPD in the summer of 2019. Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) hired him on December 18, 2017, but he was assigned his duty in August 2019.
He was appointed as an officer at the age of 25. He has no major accolades under his name, though he served clean for his time period as an officer. No disciplinary action complaints were registered for Alexander Keung from community members and citizens before Floyd’s arrest, unlike Tou Thao and Derek Chauvin who have numerous complaints in their service record.
J.A. Kueng got fired from his job on May 26th, 2020 for aiding and abetting the murder of George Floyd by the Chief of Minneapolis Police Department. He was arrested on June 3rd, 2020 by the state’s police and put in Hennepin County Jail with Thomas Lane and Tao Thou.
If Kueng pleads guilty or he is proven guilty, he will serve a prison sentence of 40+10 years. The prison sentence is, however, controlled by the Attorney General. It can be reduced if concrete pieces of evidence are provided which proves him innocent or if Kueng maintains a ‘good behavior’ in the prison.
Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane completed their probation period three months before making Floyd’s arrest.
Check: Tou Thou Wiki/Bio.
Who is J. Alexader Kueng’s Lawyer/Attorney
Kueng’s racially charged case is represented by Thomas C. Plunkett, one of the top-notch criminal defense lawyers in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Hennepin County District Judge, Paul Scoggin, announced on 5th June 2020 that the bail amount for each convict is $1 Million without conditions or $750,000 with conditions. Thomas C. disagreed with the judge’s statement and asked the judge to review the facts.
Thomas Gray and Alexander Kueng’s attorney, Plunkett demanded the court to decrease the bail amount, considering their clients had been police officers for only three months before Floyd was accidentally killed.
Beginning his remark with paying deep condolences to the victim’s family, Tom Plunkett indicated that Kueng had behaved like a more experienced guy from all the other rookies, even though, he just became a full-fledged officer in Dec 2019. He joined the MPD in February 2019 and it is required for a trainee to spend at least one year in probation with an experienced Senior Police Officer before they become qualified field officers.
“At all times Mr. Kueng and Mr. Lane turned their attention to that 19-year veteran,” Plunkett said. “[Kueng] was trying — they were trying to communicate that the situation needs to be changed.”
“Alex joined the law enforcement as he believed he can make it a better place,” Tom added.
J.A Kueng’s FBI Investigation
FBI is currently investigating the entire case as the Chief of Police found additional information from community sources. He expressed strong feelings that there is more context to George Floyd’s case.
J. Alex Kueng Social Media
The former police officer does not have any active social media Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter accounts as of right now. (read: Thomas Lane Biography.)
J Alexander Kueng Wiki/Bio
|Real Full Birth Name||James Alexander Kueng|
|Profession||Former Police Officer.|
|In the News For||Involved in George Floyd’s Death Case.|
|Age (As of 2020)||26 years old.|
|Birthplace/Hometown||Saint Paul, United States|
|J Alexander Kueng Ethnicity||N/A|
|Sun Sign (Zodiac Sign)||NA|
|House In||Saint Paul|
|Height||Feet & Inches: 5′ 11″|
|Weight||Pounds: 170 lbs|
|Body Measurements (Chest-waist-hips)||38-33-35|
|Shoe Size (UK)||8.5|
|Parents||Father: Joni L. Kueng, 56
Mother: John Dennis Kueng
|Relatives||No Information Available.|
|Personal Life Relationship|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Dating History?||Not Found.|
|Alex Keung Wife/Spouse Name||NA|
|Highest Qualification||Graduate College Degree.|
|School||Patrick Henry High School, Minneapolis|
|Last Modified||4 June 2020|
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