(ANSA) - WASHINGTON, APR 14 - Kim Potter, the white policewoman arrested for killing the 20-year-old African American Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center, a suburb of Minneapolis, apparently exchanging her gun for a taser, was released after paying a $ 100,000 bail. The US media reports.
Today the agent, accused of second-degree murder, an offender who provides a sentence of up to 10 years in prison, will make his first appearance in court via Zoom. The mayor of Brooklyn Center meanwhile has extended the curfew, after three consecutive trainings of clashes between demonstrators and police. (HANDLE).