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originally posted by: vonclod
Here's the thing, they should NOT investigate themselves..no matter what actually happened, alot of people are not going to accept it.
I'm not giving an opinion on the case itself, just that in these cases an outside entity should do the investigation.
"Mr. Scott's DNA was found on the slide of the gun and the grip of the gun," Murray said. The Charlotte police crime lab found Scott's fingerprints on the gun, but the state crime lab "did not find that print to be of value."
Murray said a Colt .380 semi-automatic was recovered at the scene with one live round in the chamber with the safety off. The gun was cocked.
"Mr. Scott illegally purchased the gun on Sept. 2," Murray said. The seller admitted to selling the gun to a third party on Facebook.
"Basically the seller saw, what we all saw, the video of the incident and said, 'I know that guy and I know that gun," Murray said.