REQUIRE AN UNBIASED POLICE REVIEW PROCESS
C. The Lack Of Blood Spatter
On The Windshield.
- According to both Officer Gonzales and Lieutenant Krueger, Officer Gonzales was standing at the front of the Nissan vehicle at the time he shot Bell.
- According to both Officer Gonzales and Lieutenant Krueger, Officer Gonzales angled the weapon towards the windshield of the car and away from the other officers just prior to shooting Michael.
- Given the purported direction Officer Gonzales’ gun fired and given a clear exit wound, the chief investigating officer, Lieutenant Tom Vieth, agreed that there would have been blood spatter on the windshield of the car.
- The Kenosha Police Department’s own criminalist, Officer Todd Thorne, agreed that absolutely no blood spatter was found on the windshield.