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C. The Lack Of Blood Spatter
On The Windshield.

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. The Kenosha Police Department’s own criminalist, Officer Todd Thorne, agreed that absolutely no blood spatter was found on the windshield.