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The owner shot him in the head and killed him

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I had to go to His brothers recovered, but he had got the house address wrong, and the owner, when he saw him, thought not twice: he raised a firearm and shot him in the head, killing him. A terrible story, the one in which it happened Kansas Cityin the state of Missouri, another tragedy related to weapons in the United States, a few days after Donald Trump announced – during the election campaign – the abolition of all gun limits decided by the Joe Biden administration, and even giving weapons in the hands of all teachers in schools.

Donald Trump: “All teachers must be armed, and I will remove all restrictions imposed by Biden.”

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It happened in Kansas City, Missouri, according to family members Ralph Paul Jarlwhose condition is defined as serious but is recovering. Kansas City police did not provide details of the person who opened fire, but attorneys for the family say it was a “white attacker.”

Immediately after the incident, the man was arrested, but 24 hours later he was released by the prosecution pending “an official announcement from the victims and collection of evidence.” For their part, the family’s lawyers demanded that the police “identify, arrest and prosecute the man responsible for this appalling and unprovoked act.” The incident caused protests from the African American community, where hundreds of people, along with the boy’s family, organized a rally yesterday in the neighborhood of the house where the shooting took place.

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The case is attracting nationwide attention, with politicians and celebrities calling on the authorities to take action. “My heart broke when I heard that a 16-year-old boy who accidentally knocked on the wrong door to get his brothers was shot in the head by a man who didn’t want him on his property,” actress Halle Berry wrote on Twitter. Although the police still do not officially report a racial motive, Chief Constable Stacy Graves admits there was a “racist element” to the case.

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