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Cop who shot dead Wright can’t be charged under Minnesota law, attorney says

Cop who shot dead Wright can’t be charged under Minnesota law, attorney says

David Henderson, a rights lawyer, said Officer Kimberly Potter, who fatally shot Daunte Wright, can’t be charged with a crime under Minnesota law. Talking to CNBC, Henderson, ’I think the officer should have been fired immediately because there are points of no return with regard to making mistakes on your job,’ adding, ’I don’t think you can charge this officer with a crime under Minnesota law.’

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jamie
jamie 4 weeks

I would love to know how a veteran officer with that many years mistakes a Glock for a taser when they have to be worn on opposite sites. Now she clearly in video did think it was a taser and how does that even happen. That’s why it has to be on the non gun hand side

eddy yetty
eddy yetty 4 weeks

Can't even be charged? That is an injustice. Were all responsible for our actions and mistakes. Especially if you have a firearm. You are responsible for what your bullet strikes, even if it is a mistake. But, maybe there is some sort of evidence I have yet to see.

Mod Okay
Mod Okay 4 weeks

Well thats unacceptable.

Daniel
Daniel 4 weeks

Fired so she can move to a different agency and do it again. That or she can go for an early retirement by claiming PTSD like Officer Philip Brailsford did.

Randall
Randall 4 weeks

Carelessness caused by knowing you cannot be held responsible.

Randall
Randall 4 weeks

"Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely".

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