New York Medical Examiner’s Office Releases Autopsy Report on the Murder of Suspect in the Garner Case

An autopsy report released by the New York City Medical Examiner on Tuesday said the death of the man who allegedly shot and killed a Black man in the Bronx is an apparent homicide.

The report, obtained by The Associated Press, said the autopsy found “no evidence of a struggle or struggle” between the suspect and the victim.

The New York Post reports that the man is an unarmed man, ages 24-26, who was arrested in August in connection with the death.

Police say the unidentified man was found at the apartment where he lived with his mother and two younger siblings.

He is believed to have been shot at least three times and died in his apartment.

He was shot twice and died from a single gunshot wound to the chest.

The AP previously reported that the NYPD has been reviewing a potential murder case against the man, and a grand jury has been convened to investigate.

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