Joe Biden Calls For “Full-Blown Investigation” Into Daunte Wright Shooting After Police Chief Says Officer ‘Accidentally Discharged’ Weapon (VIDEO)

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Joe Biden called for a “full-blown investigation” into whether the Brooklyn Center police officer who fatally shot 20-year-old Daunte Wright did so intentionally or accidentally.

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Brooklyn Center, MN police on Monday released bodycam footage of the moments leading to the fatal shooting of 20-year-old Daunte Wright.

The bodycam footage showed the police were in the process of cuffing Wright during a traffic stop when he broke free and jumped in his car.

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The officer screamed, “Taser! Taser! Taser!” before she discharged her weapon.

Brooklyn Center Police Chief Tim Gannon called the shooting of Daunte Wright an “accidental discharge.”

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“It is my belief that the officer had the intention to employ their taser, but instead shot Mr. Wright with a single bullet,” he said.


Biden called for a full-blown investigation.

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“But I think we’ve got to wait and see what the investigation shows, the entire investigation. You all watched, I assume, as I did, the film, the bodycam, which is fairly graphic,” said Biden during a meeting in the White House.

“The question is, was it an accident, was it intentional? That remains to be determined by a full-blown investigation. But in the meantime, I want to make it clear again, there is absolutely no justification for violence. Peaceful protests? Understandable,” he said.


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