Police shot Michael Bell with a Smith and Wesson Model 4096. This weapon ejects spent shell casings to the right side. The spent shell casing from the bullet that killed Michael was found in a grassy area to the front right side of the car he was pinned against when he was shot. This evidence is consistent with eyewitness accounts and contradicts the police version of what happened. If the statements of the police were consistent with forensics, the shell casing would have been on the concrete driveway to the left of the vehicle.