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Daunte Wright: Manslaughter charge is a 'good initial step,' family lawyer says, as ex-officer is due in court

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The family of Daunte Wright -- the Black motorist shot and killed by a Minnesota police officer during an arrest attempt last weekend -- sees a manslaughter charge filed against the officer as a "good initial step" toward justice, a lawyer for the relatives said Thursday. © Scott Olson/Getty Images BROOKLYN CENTER, MINNESOTA - APRIL 14: Demonstrators hold their hands up as they protest outside of the Brooklyn Center police station on April 14, 2021 in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. This is the fourth day of protests in the suburban Minneapolis city following the fatal shooting of 20-year-old Daunte Wright by Brooklyn Center police officer Kimberly Potter, who has since resigned from the force and today was charged with second-degree manslaughter. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images) Former Brooklyn Center police Officer Kim Potter, who was arrested and charged Wednesday with second-degree manslaughter, is expected to make a first court appearance by video on Thursday afternoon. Load Error "The charge is a no-brainer; I don't think anyone expected anything less," Wright family attorney Jeffrey Storms told CNN Thursday morning. Wright's relatives "believe that this charge is obviously a good initial step toward trying to get justice, but there ultimately is no such thing as whole justice in this case, because the family can't have their loved one back," Storms said.Wright's family intends to hold a news conference around noon CT Thursday, its attorneys have said.Wright's death on Sunday has roiled a Minneapolis metropolitan area scarred by other police-involved deaths, spurring days of protests and reigniting national conversations about policing and the use of force.Authorities said Potter and another officer initially pulled Wright over for a traffic stop in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center, then tried to arrest him after they learned he had a warrant for a gross misdemeanor weapons charge. Potter shot Wright as he resisted, police said; Potter's then-...
MSN     Apr 15, 2021