The man who mentored the 20-year-old Black victim accidentally shot by a white police woman says he is anguished by his failure to mention the law that led to fatal interaction.
He used to serve his country. Then he stood side by side with the Proud Boys as they stormed the the U.S. Capitol grounds.
Officer Kim Potter, a 26-year veteran of the Brooklyn Center Police Department, was identified as the person who fired a bullet into 20-year-old Daunte Wright’s chest.
Sheriff Earle Brown’s membership wasn’t enough to stop Brooklyn Center from dedicating buildings and festivals to him—and his name is still all over the town.
“He just knew how to make people feel better,” Philonise Floyd told jurors on Monday.
Attorneys for the disgraced movie mogul also said he had lost four teeth as they battled to keep him from being transferred to Los Angeles.
Daunte Wright, 20, was shot dead by cops outside Minneapolis during a traffic stop, triggering unrest across a city already on edge over Derek Chauvin’s trial.