(Minneapolis, MN) — There are quite a few people who are upset over the sentencing of a former Minnesota police officer who killed an unarmed Black man. The Daily Mail reports a crowd of about a hundred protesters were outside of what is believed to be Judge Regina Chu’s Minneapolis condo building on Friday night. On Friday, Chu sentenced Kim Potter to 16 months in prison and eight months of supervised release for killing Daunte Wright during a traffic stop last year. Chu called Potter’s case “highly unusual” and added she believes Potter “made a tragic mistake,” but did not have animosity toward Wright. Potter maintained she mistakenly pulled her gun instead of her taser.
About 100 Protesters Show Up To Judge Chu’s Minneapolis Home After Potter Trial
By Ashley Hanley|2022-02-21T04:43:39-06:00February 21st, 2022|