Accent Signage Shooting Victim Documentary Debuts
The shooting that left six people dead at Accent Signage Systems in Minneapolis last September is something that many will never forget.
Now a new mini-documentary will debut tonight. It will remember and honor one of the victims, UPS driver Keith Basinski. The eight minute film honors Basinski's nearly three decades serving the Bryn Mawr and Harrison neighborhoods. Filmmaker Deacon Warner interviewed many who called Basinski kind and generous.
The documentary will be shown at 7 pm. at Harrison Recreation Center on Irving Avenue North in Minneapolis.
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