The former cop convicted of manslaughter after shooting Daunte Wright dead has been shifted to a unique prison that gives inmates a chance to bloom.
Kim Potter was reportedly escorted under high security and protection as she was transported to the Correctional Facility in Minnesota on Wednesday. And that’s right after she was found guilty of killing Daunte Wright.
The mega-prison is renowned as a place that gives inmates a chance to embark upon various activities that allow them to groom themselves while serving their jail sentence.
Here is where inmates can participate in a number of different programs that focus upon rehabilitation, fellowship, education, and finding God.
In the same way, promotional activities also show inmates sewing and studying as well as gardening to make products that are given off to different community members in need.
For those who may not be aware, the facility also serves as jail while being the first prison to offer pipeline projects that enable inmates to even pursue higher degrees of education such as law degrees, despite being behind bars.
At the moment, the famous facility is caring for nearly 650 female inmates, allowing them to participate in the programs of rehabilitation as reported by the Prison Fellowship.
For this reason, prisoners from Shakopee are known to view things in a different context than others, allowing them to fight the light at the end of a tunnel, as soon as their time is up at the facility.
“We have come here because we have done something wrong,” explained one inmate named Angelina, during the facility’s promotional video. “And to be able to have this second chance at life means everything in the world to us,” she added.
26-year-old Potter, who is a veteran of the force, says she mistakenly reached for her gun instead of her taser, which resulted in the tragic shooting and killing of Daunte Wright.
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