One Minneapolis Officer Charged in George Floyd’s Killing Released on Bond

In news from Minnesota, CNN is reporting former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin could receive more than $1 million in pension benefits even if he is convicted of killing George Floyd. In some states, public employees convicted of felony crimes related to their work lose their pensions, but that is not the case in Minnesota. Meanwhile, Thomas Lane, one of the other officers arrested in connection with Floyd’s killing, has been released on $750,000 bond. All four officers are scheduled to be next in court on June 29.