There are even more awaiting trial or sentencing in the killings of Black men.
Chyna Whitaker alleges her son Daunte Jr. has “not seen one single penny” from the Daunte Wright Sr. Memorial Fund.
Reports say he had a number of complaints filed against him over the span of the officer’s 10-year career.
Former Minneapolis police chief Tim Gannon claims his forced resignation was retaliatory and discriminatory
Kim Potter still faces heat even while she serves time for the murder of Daunte Wright.
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“This was strictly about Daunte Wright, Kim Potter, and the law,” the juror said
Former Minnesota Officer Kim Potter Found Guilty of Manslaughter For the Fatal Shooting of Daunte Wright
The former officer could face up to eight years in prison as per Minnesota sentence guidelines.
After two days of deliberations, jurors asked the court what would happen if they were unable to reach a verdict.
In closing arguments, the defense asserts that 20-year-old Daunte Wright caused his own death.
Former Minnesota officer Kim Potter spared no tears while performing her testimony before a mostly white jury.
Former police chief Tim Gannon testified that with “all the data in front of me, I saw no violation.”
"I miss him a lot, every day," Daunte Wright’s father, Arbuey Wright, said on the stand Wednesday.