Brooklyn Center Police Department
The Brooklyn Center police union leader praised the officer who detained and injured Katie Wright for filming the same kind of traffic stop that got her son, Daunte Wright, killed last year. Chuck Valleau called it a “professional response."
Potter's conviction for killing Daunte Wright, 20, came after four days of jury deliberation.
Former police officer Kim Potter testified in her own defense and appeared to cry when discussing her killing of Daunte Wright. However, her dry eyes suggested she was simply shedding "white tears" to angle for an acquittal.
Kim Potter, 48, was a 26-year veteran on the Brooklyn Center police force and was placed on administrative leave after the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright.
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