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Police erect barriers and fencing around cop’s house who shot Daunte Wright

Police erect barriers and fencing around cop’s house who shot Daunte Wright

Minneapolis police officers erected concrete barriers and fencing around the home of Kimberly Potter, the Brooklyn Center cop who shot dead Daunte Wright, NYT reported. Potter’s house is the suburb of Champlin. One of Potter’s neighbors told WSJ that the community was on the edge. Potter shot Wright, a 20-year-old black man, during a traffic stop last week. She has resigned from the police force.

Simone
Simone
Young Conservative
Young Conservative 4 weeks

Making Wright a victim is laughable, the cop was right to resign her mistake was ridiculous and if she was charged with manslaughter I wouldn’t think it unfair, however Daunte was not a victim. He was a violent criminal with a warrant out for his arrest who resisted arrest, jumped back in his car and tried to drive off while wrestling officers. Death is a tragedy but at the end of the day his death is no different than a home invader who gets themselves shot. It’s his fault.

Noobs
Noobs 4 weeks

The fact that you have to do this is insane. We shoukd not have to rely on mob justice. If mob justice is the only way out something has failed hard!

John W
John W 4 weeks

Sh💩t happens when you flee the police and reach in your car. Another question because the cop was female, did she lose control? Did she have the upper body strength to hold him? Did they lower standards to insure equality? If so the woke crowd, ca''t complain now.

David Foxfire
David Foxfire 4 weeks

Mrs. Potter should just flee from the city and possibly the country. I mean flee and leave the home to the looters. There is neither peace nor justice in that hellhole of a city.

Dave
Dave 4 weeks

Breaking News: "Police erect barriers around the home of the MURDERER who MURDERED a poor innocent BLACK person! This is her name, address, phone number, date of birth and favourite flavour of bubblegum. We hope nothing baaaad happens to her, which we would of course have to report in graphic detail. Stay tuned for updates, also please turn off your ad blocker."

D
D 4 weeks

These so called activists don't care if it was an accident, just another excuse to loot, destroy and burn. They don't care if one has a warrant for assault or anything. They don't take responsibility for how they have choosen the wrong path. They blame others for their actions.

good citizen
good citizen 4 weeks

The problem here is that, if she had been a civilian and accidentally discharged her weapon resulting in the death of anyone she would be facing some kind of charge. Being a police officer should not absolve her of adult responsibility

Janitor Jez
Janitor Jez 4 weeks

Why are the building a jail around her? Just stick her in an existing jail cell, charge her with involuntary manslaughter and wait for a court date.

Beijing Biden
Beijing Biden 4 weeks

No fence needed have a few friends or invite me to sit on the porch with a few beers and my AR 15.

Seekster
Seekster 4 weeks

BLM sure likes to riot for thugs don't they?

John
John 4 weeks

By stopping him driving off, the police potentially saved numerous lives. A speeding, fleeing car could have killed numerous people in a collision. Sad the young wanted criminal is now dead. Had he obeyed the officers who were lawfully arresting him, he’d still be alive.

Just Keep Scrolling
Just Keep Scrolling 4 weeks

No, the kid wasn't a saint, but a cop shouldn't just be able to take a life whenever they see fit. If she was incapable of subduing him, and he wasn't an immediate threat, let him go, and get a call out to other officers in the area. As for the "confusing the taser for the gun"...bull-s. They are purposely located on opposite hips, a gun is almost 3x heavier than a taser, and they operate differently, even just the safety, and they look different. If she couldn't, after 26 years on the force, tell the difference then she shouldn't have been in the field. I love cops, and I will support them until my dying breath, but no one can deny this was a crap cop. No matter if she was out for blood, burned out, or just a complete dunce, she needs to be held accountable (in court, not to the mob), for her actions, the same as the thug she was attempting to arrest should have been. Folks like her are why ALL officers have a much harder job to do.

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