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The Brooklyn Center, Minnesota city has been relocated with the family of Daunte Wright, an unarmed black man who was killed by a police officer during a traffic stop last year for 3.25 million.

In April 2021, Wright was shot dead by then-officer Kim Potter, who said she wanted to reach for her stun gun.

In this screen grab in the police video, plaintiff Erin Eldridge shows evidence from Donte Wright's traffic stop as she made the state's inaugural statement on Wednesday, December 8, 2021, presiding over the trial in the former Brooklyn case at Hennepin County.  Donte Wright dies at the Hennepin County Courthouse in Minneapolis, Minneapolis, on April 11, 2021.

In this screen grab in the police video, plaintiff Erin Eldridge shows evidence from Donte Wright’s traffic stop as she made the state’s inaugural statement on Wednesday, December 8, 2021, presiding over the trial in the former Brooklyn case at Hennepin County. Donte Wright dies at the Hennepin County Courthouse in Minneapolis, Minneapolis, on April 11, 2021.
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The family’s lawyers said in a statement that a settlement would not be reached until an agreement was reached on police training on issues such as official intervention, implicit bias, weapons scandal, mental health crisis and a permanent memorial to Wright.

The Supreme Court has filed a lawsuit against the police force, including Minneapolis residents, requiring at least 731 officers.

File - This photo is provided by Ben Crump Law, PLLC.  Dante Wright and his son, Dante Jr., show up at his first birthday party.

File – This photo is provided by Ben Crump Law, PLLC. Dante Wright and his son, Dante Jr., show up at his first birthday party.
(Via Ben Crump Law, PLC, AP)

“A comprehensive settlement of this tragic case will provide a meaningful solution to the family’s responsibility for the loss of a son, sibling and father and they hope and believe that measures to change policing, policies and training will lead to significant improvements.” He said in a statement. “Nothing can bring him back, but the family hopes his legacy is positive and prevents any other family from suffering the kind of grief they will endure for a lifetime.”

Katie Wright, mother of Donte Wright, talks about the sentencing hearing of Kim Potter, a former Brooklyn Center police officer, on February 18, 2022 at the Hennepin County Government Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Katie Wright, Donte Wright’s mother, talks to Kim Potter, a former Brooklyn Center police officer, about the sentencing hearing at the Hennepin County Government Center on February 18, 2022 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
(Photo by Stephen Maturen / Getty Images)

Kim Potter’s sentence: Former police officer who killed Donte Wright, who was behind bars for 16 months

Potter was convicted of first- and second-degree murder and sentenced to two years in prison earlier this year.

Kim Potter stands with defense attorney Earl Gray as the verdict is read out on December 23, 2021, at the Hennepin County Courthouse in Minneapolis.

Kim Potter stands with defense attorney Earl Gray as the verdict is read out on December 23, 2021, at the Hennepin County Courthouse in Minneapolis.
(Court TV via AP, Pool, File)

Wright was dragged by an expired tag and an air freshener hanging in his mirror. Potter shot him when he jumped back into his vehicle as she tried to arrest him, but he realized he was on a non-criminal warrant. Potter shouted “Taser! Taser!” Before she could shoot.

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Family lawyer Jeff Stormes said there was no “true justice” for Wright’s family because “Donte never comes home” but the settlement in the city “demonstrates a commitment to responsibility for this small community.”

Damik Wright (C), Imajay Driver (R) and Dallas Bryant (2nd R) are awaiting the outcome of Kim Potter's trial on the death of Donte Wright outside the Hennepin County Courthouse in Minneapolis, Minnesota on December 23.  2021.

Damik Wright (C), Imajay Driver (R) and Dallas Bryant (2nd R) are awaiting the outcome of Kim Potter’s trial on the death of Donte Wright outside the Hennepin County Courthouse in Minneapolis, Minnesota on December 23. 2021.
(Photo by Kerem Usell / AFP) (Photo by Kerem Usell / AFP via Getty Images)

He said his goal in the lawsuit was to strike a balance between holding the city accountable, without “reducing the city’s economic stability or limiting the services it provides to its residents, many of whom are people of color.”

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Last year, Minneapolis relocated with the family of George Floyd, who was killed during the arrest, for $ 27 million.