Limited evidence provides insight into shooting
Fragmentary access to the investigative and medical records of Antwun "Ronnie" Shumpert's June shooting death cast doubt on at least some claims made in a wrongful death suit. These records include photos of Shumpert taken by law enforcement after he was shot by Tupelo police officer Tyler Cook as well as second hand accounts of medical records that inventory Shumpert's injuries.
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#1 Aug 21, 2016
If drugs were not against the law protecting the profits of the pharmaceutical industry we would not of had the cops wasting their time in the first place.
#2 Aug 23, 2016
This published article had no author. This is typical of the Tupelo daily paper. Publishing nothing that matters and has meaning. Just another opinion that is worthless. George would fire the entire staff starting with Create and then all the editors and sweep out south Green with a broom and mop.
#3 Aug 24, 2016
The shooting was a product of a drug investigation.
#4 Aug 24, 2016
This is so truthful it is hilarious. The daily paper is afraid to publish the name of the writer and is afraid that someone would find them in an alley downtown off main with his man friend too drunk to walk.
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