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Before he was hired as a Minneapolis police officer, Thomas Lane worked a variety of jobs in the service industry and had a laundry list of criminal charges and traffic citations, according to records obtained by Insider.

  • Before he was hired as a Minneapolis police officer, Thomas Lane collected a laundry list of criminal charges and traffic citations, according to records obtained by Insider.
  • Lane was fired on May 26, one day after George Floyd was killed in police custody. Lane has since been charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter.
 

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Doesn’t matter, when they defund their dept they won’t have to worry about cops anymore... Of course they really won’t be anyone living there also
 

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If that’s true then the MPD were derelict in not doing a background check on him and denying him employment. Must be imbeciles running MPD.
 

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Oh yea. He was a regular walking crime spree Lmfao. Most were for disturbing the peace or something relatively minor. A few traffic citations. Ewwwwwww. B. F. D.
 
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