A jury convicted former Minnesota police officer Kim Potter Thursday on two counts of manslaughter after 27 hours of deliberations. Potter shot Daunte Wright, 20, after reaching for her taser but drawing her gun. The April incident began as a traffic stop in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. There was a struggle as officers tried to arrest Wright on an outstanding weapons warrant. John Yang reports.
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