BLM Hiding Truth Of Daunte Wright's Gangbanger Past

Written By BlabberBuzz | Thursday, 10 June 2021 22:00

Daunte Wright, the black man killed by a white police officer in Minneapolis, has been indicted for being connected to two separate shooting incidents before he was killed.

The new accusations against the 20-year-old black man have emerged just two months after he was shot dead by Brooklyn Center cop Kim Potter during an April traffic stop.

Potter, who left days after the shooting and is accredited with second-degree manslaughter, supposedly mixed up her Taser and her handgun when she started shooting Wright.

In the days after he was killed, it was reported that Wright had a warrant out for his capture and had previously appeared in court for attempted aggravated robbery charges after he supposedly strangled and held a woman at gunpoint for $820 in 2019.

Now, charges have surfaced in two different lawsuits filed against Wright's estate that allege he was involved in the shooting of two men, including one that left the victim permanently disabled and another that occurred just three weeks before his death. Wright was not charged in either shooting incident and police have not confirmed if he was a suspect in either case.

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The latest lawsuit was filed on Tuesday and claims that Wright was one of two men involved in a carjacking on March 21 that left the victim, Joshua Hodges, with a gunshot injury to his leg.

Hodges allegedly identified Wright because they had gone to the same middle school.

According to the lawsuit, Wright and the other man advanced on Hodges while he was resting in his car.

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The other man opened his car door and shot Hodges in the leg. Wright then leaned in and allegedly attacked him before stealing the victim's wallet and cellphone. Wright supposedly then also stole the victim's car. The lawsuit says Hodges spent two weeks in the hospital healing from his gunshot wound injuries.

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The second lawsuit, which was filed last month, links to the firing of Caleb Livingston back in May 2019.

It claims that Wright shot the then-teenager in the head and left him permanently disabled.

The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Livingston's mother, Jennifer LeMay, who claims her son, who is now 18, was once friends with Wright. The lawsuit alleges the pair had a "falling out" that came to climax after her son beat up Wright in front of a group. Wright supposedly paid back by shooting Livingston outside a gas station in Minneapolis.

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The shooting is still an open investigation and no one has been charged.

LeMay told the Star Tribune in a 2019 interview that her son spent 33 days in intensive care and had part of his skull separated to relieve pressure on his brain.

She said the medical costs had surpassed $545,000.

"I didn't ask for my child to be shot," LeMay said. "So I have literally liquidated everything that I have stored away for savings."

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