BREAKING: Troubling Video Surfaces Of Daunte Wright, The Man Killed By Police In Minneapolis

Daunte Wright, a young black man was shot and killed after attempts to run from the police that pulled him over, according to Trending Politics.

Rioters, looters, and protesters took over the city of Minneapolis in response to the terrifying event.

Once Wright was pulled over as he allegedly had an outstanding warrant for his arrest regarding the possession of an unpermitted firearm.

“Court records show Wright was being sought for fleeing from law enforcement officers and for possessing a gun without a permit during an encounter with Minneapolis police in June.”

“In that case, a statement of probable cause said police got a call about a man waving a gun who was later identified as Wright.”

“According to a statement from Brooklyn Center Police, officers stopped an individual shortly before 2 p.m. Sunday after determining the driver had an outstanding warrant.”

“Police said when they tried to arrest the driver, the driver re-entered the vehicle and drove away.”

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“An officer fired at the vehicle, striking the driver. Police said the vehicle traveled several blocks before striking another vehicle.”

“Protesters walked to the Brooklyn Center police headquarters near 67th Avenue North and North Humboldt Avenue and were locked in a standoff with police in riot gear late Sunday night.”

“Officers repeatedly ordered the crowd of about 500 to disperse as protesters chanted Wright’s name and climbed atop the police headquarters sign, by then covered in graffiti.”

“Police used tear gas, flash bangs and rubber bullets on the crowd.”

“Scattered reports of looting were reported throughout the city.”

Among the stores looted were a CVS, a Wal-Mart, and a Foot Locker.

“All he did was have air fresheners in the car and they told him to get out of the car,” Wright’s mother, Katie stated.

“He got out of the car, and his girlfriend said they shot him. He got back in the car, and he drove away and crashed and now he’s dead on the ground since 1:47. … Nobody will tell us anything.”

“Nobody will talk to us. … I said please take my son off the ground.”

“I just want people to know that if you get pulled over, make sure you put your hands up and don’t make any sudden moves, and don’t have air fresheners in your car because that’s why he got pulled over,” she continued.

“And he was only 20 years old and he didn’t deserve to be shot and killed like this.”

“And I don’t want all of this, all of this. I just want my baby home.”

“That’s all I want is I want him to be home.”

“I don’t want everybody out here chanting and screaming, yelling, I just want him home, that’s it.”

From Trending Politics:

The suspect was shot after returning to his vehicle to flee, according to police. On Sunday night, residents of Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, which is located within the Minneapolis area, took to rioting and looting after 20-year-old Daunte Wright was shot and killed by police while he tried to escape an arrest.

This lit the fuse that erupted into yet more rioting in a metropolitan area that has been devastated by the Black Lives Matter protests over George Floyd’s death.

Tense altercations between protesters and police could be seen on several witness videos.

The protesters advocated for “justice for Daunte Wright.”

A Foot Locker shoe store was also looted, despite giving hundreds of millions to Black Lives Matter causes. (Caution: Graphic language.)

The police arrested several of the looters.

Tear gas and flash bang grenades were reportedly dispensed to break up the crowd. One protester yelled, “Feels like we at war.”

The police were wearing body cams, so these protesters could have waited for actual justice, which doesn’t entail committing crimes like looting stores and vandalism.

One police officer was injured in the attempted arrest of Wright and was transported to the hospital by helicopter.

Katie Wright, the mother of Daunte Wright, urged for protesters to remain peaceful. It seems that her plea fell on deaf ears.

Minneapolis is already a powderkeg set to explode as millions await the trial of Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd. Unfortunately, the Chauvin case is heading towards a potential ‘not guilty’ verdict that may light the fuse for more BLM-fueled rioting.