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Minnesota man acquitted of killing 3 people, wounding 2 others in case that turned alibi defense

  • Ramsey County Judge Kelly Olmstead acquitted Antonio Dupree Wright of all charges related to a fatal shooting in St. Paul last year, citing insufficient evidence to prove his guilt.
  • Wright's defense argued that he had a solid alibi, being in Chicago at the time of the shooting. His mother testified that he was with her, and she identified him as the person seen on surveillance video.
  • While the judge acknowledged that the victims were intentionally targeted, the key issue in the case was the identity of the shooter. Prosecutors failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Wright was the masked man with a handgun.
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