Policewoman accidentally uses her gun instead of her taser, kills a driver | 7NEWS

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The American policewoman who accidentally shot a driver thinking she had grabbed her taser has now been charged with manslaughter. Kim Potter, who’s already quit, is now on bail and preparing to face court.

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