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Kim Potter found guilty in Daunte Wright’s killing | full video

Former Minnesota police officer Kim Potter was found guilty of first- and second-degree manslaughter in the killing of Daunte Wright. Watch CBSN’s coverage.

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16 Comments

  • 2Uahoj

    This was all such nonsense. It was so obvious that it was a tragic mistake, completely unintended by the officer. The prosecution should be ashamed for ever bringing this to trial. The jury was hung until the judge pressured them to make a decision. Praying this is quickly overturned on appeal.

  • Joy Sawatzky

    Sad, sad for everyone. If Dante Wright had not resisted and tried to run, he would probably still be alive. Kim Wright would probably still be a police person with an impeccable service/work record.
    Also, I am sick of mothers acting like their children are angels when they are not. He knew when he called his mother and told her he had been stopped for a hanging air freshener, that the police had a bunch more reasons to stop and hold him than that. This is a sad day for everyone, including the black community and the people of Minneapolis.

  • Immauel Santana

    I know that she wanted to help your case by testifing, but she put your self in prison. When ask did you see a weapon she answered NO. Did he have a GUN. NO.
    Did he throw a punch. No Did he ever kick any one No. Mr. No put her a$$ in prison. The shooting was justifiable by law.

  • Oscar W. Sleight

    Many people argue that 26 years of experience in the force should have given her a solid notion of the difference between a taser and a gun, and I agree. But I also know that many people still confuse cellphones with TV remotes when trying to change the channel, and they feel familiar but they're nothing alike.

    I'm usually the first to judge bad cops, but I honestly think this was an accident.

  • NinthDensity

    Anyone with even a remedial understanding of law will realize that this is NOT a criminal case. It is a civil case. She should have never been charged with a crime. Just think, all the money that went into her defense could have gone to Wright’s family.

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