‘Justice isn’t even a word to me’: Daunte Wright’s parents speak out after shooting

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The family of Daunte Wright expressed their grief and shock after he was shot dead by a white police officer in Minnesota last Sunday. His mother, Katie Wright, said it was impossible for her to imagine justice for her son’s death. ‘We’re never going to be able to see our baby boy again,’ she said. Wright’s father, Aubrey, said: ‘He was a good kid. And the way he was killed, he did not deserve that. Can you blame my son for being scared of the police?’

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