More than 60 people were arrested in Portland, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago, amid the growing unrest throughout the country…


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Potter and her husband, a former Fridley police officer, fled the residence after the address was shared on social media.

A riot was declared in Portland for the second consecutive night, after the police union headquarters in North Portland was swarmed by around 100 people and set on fire.

Smoke engulfed the street as the flames erupted next to the letters “ACAB” spray painted on the building – meaning “All Cops Are B******s”.

NIGHT OF RAGE

Daunte Wright rioters burn down police building and force cop Kimberly Potter to flee her home after address leaked

Catherina Gioino, Olivia Burke Updated: 14 Apr 2021, 17:18

A THIRD night of riots erupted following the death of Daunte Wright that lead to protesters burning down a police building and forcing a cop to flee her home after her address leaked.

More than 60 people were arrested in Portland, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago, amid the growing unrest throughout the country after 25-year veteran officer Kim Potter shot and killed Wright during a traffic stop on Sunday.

Protesters also descended on the home of officer Kim Potter, who shot Wright, 20, after allegedly mistaking her gun for a taser.
The 25-year veteran of the Brooklyn Center Police Department’s home was barricaded up on Tuesday night as crowds gathered outside her five-bedroom house.
Potter and her husband, a former Fridley police officer, fled the residence after the address was shared on social media.
A riot was declared in Portland for the second consecutive night, after the police union headquarters in North Portland was swarmed by around 100 people and set on fire.

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One response to “More than 60 people were arrested in Portland, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago, amid the growing unrest throughout the country…

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