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Justice for Amari Boone

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"Let's Talk Fort Worth" will cover the Amari Boone story. Three-year-old Amari Boone was admitted to Cook's Children's Hospital on April 10, 2020, and later died on Easter Sunday. Amari's grandmother told WFAA that Amari had 10 broken fingers, two broken arms, bleeding on the brain, and bruises. Amari's cause of death was blunt force trauma of the head and his death was ruled a homicide, Fort Worth police said.

A Tarrant County grand jury indicted two men in connection with the death of 3-year-old Amari Boone. Joseph Delancy was indicted on one count of injury to a child serious bodily injury and four counts of injury to a child-bodily injury. Deondrick Foley was indicted on seven counts of injury to a child-bodily injury, Tarrant County officials said in a release. Rodney Boone, Amari's father and community activist Malik Austin will be our guests.

 

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