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Ex-Prosecutor: ‘There’s Accountability’ in Kim Potter Guilty Verdict
Former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter has been convicted on all charges.
The 26-year veteran was found guilty of first-degree and second-degree manslaughter for shooting and killing Daunte Wright during a traffic stop in April.
She will be facing sentencing on Feb. 18. Potter was removed from the court in handcuffs, and a crowd outside the courthouse was celebrating the verdict.
It was a verdict that shocked some people who thought it would end in a hung jury.
Former prosecutor Marie Pereira joins guest host Kelly Wright on “BNC Live” to discuss the verdict and the prosecution of this case.
Read more about this story at Former Officer Kim Potter Found Guilty in Daunte Wright’s Death (bnc.tv).
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