Christopher Michael Wright will be up for discussion in this post. We will tell you how he was beaten to death for refusing to allow his son to come out and finish a fight started in school.
Who was Christopher Michael Wright?
He was 43 year old Maryland dad. He was a family man who was married and had children.
The name of his partner is Tracy Karopchinsky. The 43 year old proud father died doing what every parent will do, protecting his children.
His children are said to have been involved in a school fight. A group of teenagers who were not satisfy with the fight in the school, proceeded to Christopher Michael Wright home to continue the fight.
The 43 year old then told the teenagers and an adult that his 14 year old son will not come out for them to continue the fight.
They then told him that if his son will not come out to continue the fight, then he himself will have to fight on his behalf.
The teenagers who were three along with two adults making five beat Christopher Michael Wright till he became so weak.
He was taken to a nearby health facility where he later died of “traumatic brain injury”.
Who are the 5 suspects who beat Christopher Michael Wright to death?
The five suspects who were made up of 3 teens and 2 adults were not named.
The suspects have not been arrested or charged yet.
His three children who are seen in the picture below were at home at the time of the brutal attack.
His wife spoke about the attack indicating that:“Just looking at the damage that was done to him, that wasn’t just punching that did that. Like, there’s no way that punching did that. The damage was done before the ambulance ever took him away. I mean, he’d had a seizure. It was done. There was nothing that the hospital could do.”
The unfortunate part of the 5 suspects is that the “deadly beating was caught on the security camera”.
She said she could not watch the brutal attack on her partner:
“My dad and I tried to go onto the camera to look, and the first video that comes up is my 12-year-old son screaming, ‘Daddy, daddy, daddy,’ and running out of the house into the street to go help his dad,” Adding that “And, I couldn’t watch anymore after that. I just couldn’t.”
“They didn’t just ruin our lives. Their lives are going to be changed forever. Their parents’ lives are going to be changed forever, and nobody thinks about that just from a fight,” Indicating that. “It is everywhere, and somewhere, we as parents are failing these children as parents. It’s not the school’s responsibility. It’s our responsibility.”