The trial of the former US policeman who shot Daunte Wright will begin on December 6 | Black Life Issue News
Officer Kim Potter, 26, faces second-degree homicide for shooting Wright near Minneapolis.
Former U.S. police officer charged Manslaughter Fatal shooting of 20-year-old black motorist Daunte Wright The state judge said Monday that the trial will begin on December 6 at a traffic stop near Minneapolis last month.
Kimberly Potter, 48, was arrested on April 11 on a camera worn by a colleague in downtown Brooklyn, trying to arrest Wright with an excellent arrest warrant.
Lens display When another police officer arrested him, Potter was standing outside Wright’s car, approaching him.
When Wright struggled with the police, Potter call out“I will tease you! I will tease you! Taser! Taser! Taser!” Then he shot with the pistol in his right hand.
The police said Wright The expired label was detained, but they tried to arrest him after finding the minor’s arrest warrant.
The arrest warrant was due to his failure to appear in court. He was charged with escaping from the police during a meeting with the Minneapolis police in June and holding a gun without permission.
The city’s former police chief Tim Gannon said that Porter, who resigned after the shooting, mistakenly used her gun instead of her Taser.
Porter did not participate in the defense during her period First appearance last month, Her lawyer did not respond to Reuters’ request for comment.
The trial date on December 6 was set during a brief video conference hearing on Monday, which was called a comprehensive hearing under Minnesota law before Hennepin County Magistrate Regina Chu.
Potter in black appeared next to her lawyer, Earl Gray. She only said that she understood and did not object to the virtual holding of the lawsuit.
The shooting occurred during the trial in the Chauvin case of the former white white man in Minnesota. In May last year, he was convicted of murder for pressing his knee on Floyd’s neck for more than 9 minutes.
Floyd’s murder was captured by a camera, which triggered large-scale protests in the United States and around the world, demanding to stop police violence against blacks.
Chauvin and three other officers were also there during Floyd’s death Facing federal charges Violated Freud’s civil rights.