Prosecutors resume questioning Potter on every second main as much as, following Daunte Wright taking pictures
Eldridge: “So on April 11th, you reached out and drew your weapon right? … And you said, ‘Taser, Taser, Taser.’ So Officer Lucky and Sergeant Johnson would disengage, right?”
The prosecutor is now questioning Potter on her statements about her lack of reminiscence following the taking pictures.
Eldridge: “But didn’t you tell Dr. Miller that you remember seeing the gun in your right hand? You said that right?”
Potter: “I don’t remember my interview with him. I was distraught, wasn’t in a good place.”
Eldridge is now asking Potter about her actions, or alleged lack thereof, following the taking pictures.
Eldridge: “After you shot Dante Wright, you didn’t behave like someone who had just saved Sergeant Johnson’s life. Did you?”
Potter: “I was very distraught. I just shot somebody. I’ve never done that.”
Potter grows upset once more, and begins to cry. Eldridge continues her questioning:
“You’d agree that as a police officer, you have the duty to render aid and communicate information to other officers, right.?”
Eldridge: “And it’s part of your job to assist those who are hurt or injured, true? … And to communicate to other officers what you know about a particular scene, right? … Give them whatever information you can to help them do their jobs, to help render assistance, things like that, right?”
Potter says sure.
Eldridge: “But you didn’t do any of those things on April 11th, did you? … You didn’t communicate what happened over the radio, right? … You didn’t make sure any officers knew what you had just done right? … You didn’t run down the street and try to save Daunte Wright’s life?
Potter, through tears, says no.
Eldridge: “You have been targeted on what you had carried out since you had simply killed someone.”
Potter, near sobbing, says: I’m sorry it happened,” she says, as she audibly cries. “I’m so sorry .. I didn’t want to hurt anybody.”
After pushing additional, Eldridge turns the questioning over to protection lawyer Earl Gray for re-direct examination.
During their questioning all through the day, Eldridge and Potter have each briefly talked about that, following the taking pictures, Potter alleged mentioned one thing to the impact of, “I’m going to jail” or “I’m going to prison.”