Daunte Wright: Family call for stronger charges after police officer charged with manslaughter

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Daunte Wright: Family call for stronger charges after police officer charged with manslaughter” – below is their description.

Daunte Wright’s mother, Katie, said the idea of “justice” for her son’s death was meaningless during a briefing at the New Salem Missionary Baptist Church in Minneapolis.

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