“‘He said, ‘Don’t you think that that needs to be done from the inside?’ his mother, Joni Kueng, recalled him saying after he watched protesters block a highway years ago. ‘That’s part of the reason why he wanted to become a police officer — and a black police officer on top of it — is to bridge that gap in the community, change the narrative between the officers and the black community.'” In the NYT, Kim Barker zooms a now global story down to a single family. The Black Officer Who Detained George Floyd Had Pledged to Fix the Police. “Mr. Kueng’s sister Radiance posted a video of Mr. Floyd’s final minutes on Facebook. ‘Just broke my heart,’ she wrote … ‘I don’t care if it was his third day at work or not,’ she said. ‘He knows right from wrong.'”