Since his premature release from prison for abetting the murder of George Floyd, Alexander J. Kueng has been dominating the headlines.

And now, his mom has spoken out and has revealed his family's unexpected stance on his arrest...

On May 25th, a defenseless and unarmed black man was killed while in a police restraint.

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And, ever since, the world has been alight with anger.

George Floyd died unlawfully at the hands of these officers.

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The independent autopsy confirmed that he had passed away as a result of "asphyxiation from sustained pressure" after his neck was knelt on for over 8 minutes. This pressure had cut off blood flow to his brain, the autopsy concluded.

This kind of unjust police brutality towards black men and women has been happening for centuries now...

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But George's death has sparked an outrage like never before.

Thousands upon thousands of people have been taking to the streets in protest...

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And they are all marching for one thing: For the blatant racism and injustice in this country to be brought to an end.

Yet, despite the global attention George's death has gained, justice is yet to be served.

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In the days following the incident, there was an overwhelming demand for the 4 police officers involved - Derek Chauvin, Thomas Lane, J.A. Kueng, and Tou Thao - to face criminal charges for their actions.

The day after George's death, it was announced that all 4 officers had been fired...

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But there was still no sign of any criminal charges.

Steadily, the anger began to build...

And, as the days went on, more and more people began questioning why none of these officers were being made to face up to their actions.

However, 4 days after George's death, some justice was served.

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Derek Chauvin, the man who had knelt on George's neck, was finally arrested.

Chauvin was taken into custody and was charged with murder in the second degree and manslaughter...

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And people were elated with the news.

But what about the other officers?

Let's not forget that, while Chauvin is the man primarily responsible for George's death, 3 other police officers - Thomas Lane, J. Alexander Kueng, and Tou Thao - also played a significant role in the incident.

Well, at the start of the month, we all got the news we'd been waiting for.

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As reported by the New York Times, it was announced on June 3rd that Thomas Lane, J.A. Kueng, and Tou Thao had all been formally charged with aiding and abetting murder in the death of George Floyd.

Finally, there was some justice in this awful situation.

As people rejoiced, the mugshots of all 4 police officers were released shortly after their arrest. Remember these faces.

However, this is America, and justice will always be just out of reach.

One of the officers, J. Alexander Kueng, made his bail of $750,000 and was released.

Yep, this man is free once more.

Welcome to America, folks.

But, of course, people aren't going to let this man enjoy his freedom too much.

Last week on June 21st, an angry customer decided to confront him when she recognized him shopping in a Cub Foods in Minnesota.

Sporting a beard and a grey cap, Kueng evidently believed no one would recognize him...

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But how wrong he was.

In a video posted onto YouTube, Kueng can be seen standing quietly as the woman filming exclaims:

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"He has the nerve to literally come outside thinking that we don't know what he looks like. How dare you! You will be going back to jail. Trust."

Even though Kueng and the other officers deserve to be called out...

Their families are the ones who are living through this unbelievably difficult time coming to terms with what their loved ones have done.

Kueng's mom, Joni Kueng, has now spoken out about her son's arrest...

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And she explained how his siblings believe that he should be serving his time behind bars.

She spoke exclusively to The New York Times...

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And she started by explaining how heartbroken the entire family is over what Kueng did.

Joni explained how her son, who is from a black family, joined the police force to try and make a difference.

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"He argued that diversity could force change in a Police Department long accused of racism. He had also seen one sibling arrested and treated poorly, in his view, by sheriff’s deputies. He had found himself defending his decision to join the police force, saying he thought it was the best way to fix a broken system. He had clashed with friends over whether public demonstrations could actually make things better."

Given his background, Kueng thought he had the ability to bridge the gap between white and black worlds.

But little did he know what his third day on the job would bring, and little did he know how little he would do to try and save a man's life.

His mom didn't expect this, especially because he comes from a racially diverse family.

"It’s a gut punch," Joni said, "Here you are, you’ve raised this child, you know who he is inside and out. We’re such a racially diverse family. To be wrapped up in a racially motivated incident like this is just unfathomable."

His siblings, Taylor and Radiance, have even joined in with the protests.

Radiance posted a video of George Floyd’s arrest on social media writing, "Just broke my heart." She believes her brother should have stepped in when Officer Chauvin had his knee of George’s neck. She said, "I don’t care if it was his third day at work or not. He knows right from wrong." She plans to change her last name to cut all ties with her brother.

When will justice be served?

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Keung is due to appear in court at the end of the month. It's just the question of when the justice system in our country will finally take responsibility and do the right thing.