Making the Case: MN officer charged in death of Daunte Wright
Three days after the death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright, former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter has been arrested and charged with second degree manslaughter. The former police chief of the city's department who has resigned, claims that Potter mistakenly fired her taser instead of her gun, shooting Wright in the chest. Her charge carries a 10 year maximum sentence, something civil rights leaders claim is simply not enough. The News Edge Early Edition legal analyst Charles "Big Angry" Adams gives his take on the charge and describes what this charge would look like had the shooting happened in Texas.