One of the four officers that were involved in the death of George Floyd has been released on bail terms.
The officer who is identified as Thomas Lane was charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and manslaughter and was told to pay a sum of $750,000 which he did.
Thomas Lane was released on Wednesday after meeting the bail terms with conditions from the Hennepin County Jail.
The other three police officers are still in Jail for the death of the black man whose death spikes the world to end Racism against the blacks.
Thomas according to report during the arrest of Floyd asked the officer Derek Chauvin if they should roll Floyd to his side twice because he was concerned about him, but Chauvin declined until Floyd passed out and died.