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Former Minnesota police officer Kim Potter sentenced to two years in Daunte Wright’s manslaughter

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Ex-Minnesota cop Kimberly Potter was sentenced on Friday to 24 months – ⅔ of the sentence in prison and the final ⅓ on supervised release – after a Hennepin County jury found her guilty of both first-degree and second-degree manslaughter on December 23, 2021, for the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, at a traffic stop on April 11, 2021. Judge Regina Chu said the sentencing was “an extremely difficult decision,” and said, “this is a cop who made a tragic mistake,” USA Today reports.


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