Ex-police officer Kim Potter weeps, says she's 'sorry' as she recalls fatally shooting Daunte Wright
Former police officer Kim Potter, who has said she mistook her firearm for her Taser when she fatally shot Daunte Wright during a traffic stop near Minneapolis, broke down on the stand Friday -- apologizing and insisting she "didn't want to hurt anybody."
"I was very distraught. I just shot somebody. I'm sorry it happened," Potter cried as a prosecutor asked her about her behavior moments after the fatal shooting. "I'm so sorry."
Asked whether she knew deadly force was "unreasonable and unwarranted," Potter cried: "I didn't want to hurt anybody."