I don’t claim to be the smartest man alive but there is something awfully fishy about this story:
Teresa Carter just doesn’t understand what happened to her son Chavis in the back of a police car. Officers picked him up, said he had drugs on him, and missed a court date on more drugs charges.
“As protocol he was handcuffed behind his back and double locked, and searched”, said Sergeant Lyle Waterworth, Jonesboro Police.
Somehow minutes later police say they heard a thumping noised, turned around and found Chavis dead, shot in the head, in the back of the squad car.
“Any given officer has missed something on a search, be it drugs, knife, razor blades, this instance it happened to be a gun” said Waterworth.
So police officers arrested the man, search him, managed to miss a firearm, and the suspect shot himself? First I must inquire how a gun was missed during the search then I must inquire why the suspect shot himself. Either that or I have to inquire about other means in which the suspect was killed, say by an officer.
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I want to see someone retrieve a concealed gun and get into a position to shoot themselves in the head while handcuffed from behind. Because without the absolute loosest joints in the world I know it is impossible from an anatomical perspective. And a gun going off inside a car while you are driving would be a whole lot louder than a thump.
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