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Daunte Wright shooting: What to know about the fallout

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A demonstrator heckles police in Brooklyn Center, Minn., last night. Photo: John Minchillo/AP

A second night of protests over the police shooting of Daunte Wright unfolded in Brooklyn Center Tuesday, as a large crowd defied a curfew and pleas from city leaders to go home.

Driving the news: “We are goingto get to the bottom of this. We are going to make sure that there’s justice, that this officer is held accountable," Brooklyn Center Mayor Mike Elliott told demonstrators in an effort to calm tensions after dark.

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