The trial of a former US police officer who shot Daunte Wright starting December 6 | Black Life Essential Issues
Kim Potter, a 26-year-old ex-soldier, has been convicted of killing his friend by killing Wright near Minneapolis.
A former United States police officer has been charged killing a person by shooting a 20-year-old black killer Commitment Wright The parking lot near Minneapolis last month will be adjudicated from December 6, a state judge said Monday.
Kimberly Potter, 48, was caught on camera wearing a friend’s cap to capture Wright on a public display in Brooklyn Center on April 11.
Video showed A potter is approaching Wright as he stands outside his car while a police officer grabs him.
While Wright was fighting the police, Potter he shouted, “I’m selling you! I’m selling you! Taser! Taser! Taser!” Before firing a shotgun into his right hand.
Dangerous shooting, which came as a Minneapolis exams of former Derek Chauvin assassin George Floyd was inside, he insisted great shows at Brooklyn Center wants police to crack down on black people.
The police said Wright he was dragged on an exhausted truck, but wanted to catch him when he realized he had a license.
The order was that he had failed to appear in court on charges that he had fled from police and was in possession of an unlicensed firearm when he met Minneapolis police in June.
Former city police officer Tim Gannon said Potter – who resigned from the shooting – misused his rifle instead of his Taser.
The potter did not intervene in his own time first court appearance last month, and his lawyer did not respond to a request from Reuters for comment.
The trial date of December 6 was set for a brief hearing on Monday’s video, called the omnibus under Minnesota law, before Hennepin County District Judge Regina Chu.
The potter, dressed in black, appeared with his lawyer Earl Gray in his office. He just spoke to understand and did not dispute what had happened.
The shooting took place in the case of Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police constable who was convicted of stabbing his knee in Floyd’s neck for more than nine minutes in May last year.
Floyd’s assassination, which was captured on camera, sparked massive protests in the US and around the world demanding police brutality against blacks.
Chauvin was found guilty of premeditated murder and manslaughter on April 20, but his lawyer has said he has asked new trials, legal proceedings, and solemn judgments, among other things.
Chauvin and three other officers who were present at Floyd’s death were also present is facing civil charges violation of Floyd’s human rights.