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The family of an unarmed Detroit Black woman – who was killed by a White homeowner on his porch in 2013 as she sought assistance after a car accident – has reached a settlement with the convicted killer for an undisclosed amount, according to The Huffington Post.

Theodore Wafer was convicted of second-degree murder and manslaughter last year in the death of 19-year-old Renisha McBride, and shortly after, her family’s attorney Gerald Thurswell filed a $10 million wrongful death lawsuit against him, writes the news outlet.

A judge signed off on the settlement Friday, Thurswell told The Huffington Post on Monday. Meanwhile, Wafer awaits a hearing on an appeal of his conviction.

Per The Huffington Post:

Wafer will pay Renisha’s parents, Monica McBride and Walter Ray Simmons, an amount that will not be disclosed under terms of a confidentiality agreement.

They were pleased with the…

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