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reply to post by Pejeu
It's on page one. According to the chief detective.
“This girl was not shot in the back of the head while leaving the porch,” Serwatowski said “I don’t know where the family is getting this. She was shot in the front of the face, near the mouth.”
IT's not at all like it was initially reported. There is something strange going on.edit on Thu, 07 Nov 2013 15:23:55 -0600 by TKDRL because: (no reason given)
dear oh dear, what a paranoid hair-trigger nightmare the usa has become. good luck with that.
reply to post by ZombieJesus
Ok conflicting reports now. The case got really weird. Crashed and left the scene hours ago?
reply to post by pavil
your post perfectly illustrated my comment.
lawyer hired by the 54-year-old homeowner accused in the shooting.
"I'm confident when the evidence comes it will show that my client was justified and acted as a reasonable person would who was in fear for his life," Bloomfield Hills attorney Cheryl Carpenter said Thursday. She is representing the man with her father, attorney Mack Carpenter.
Cheryl Carpenter refused to elaborate on the incident that led to the death of Renisha McBride.
"What is believed to have happened aren't the facts and are not what happened that night," Carpenter added.
So a MAN shoots a lone unarmed WOMAN in the back of the head?
McBride was shot in the face, according to information released Thursday from a preliminary autopsy report from the Wayne County Medical Examiner's Office