Prosecutors showed sufficient evidence that Theodore Wafer had no lawful reason to shoot and kill 19-year-old Renisha McBride on his Dearborn Heights porch in the early morning hours of Nov. 2, a judge ruled late this morning.
“The defendant’s first thought was to bring a shotgun to the door, not call for help,” 20th District Court Judge David D. Turfe said. “It suggests to this court that the defendant made a bad choice.
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The decision during the preliminary examination means Wafer will be bound over for a circuit court trial on charges of second-degree murder, manslaughter — death by weapon aimed with intent but without malice, and felony firearm.
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McBride, who was 5 foot 4, was knocking on Wafer’s screen door at 4:40 a.m., about three-and-a-half hours after she crashed her car. According to Wafer’s attorney, McBride was banging so violently on the front door that a reasonable person would have feared for his life and therefore been justified in pulling the trigger.
Wafer opened the front door and shot McBride through a locked screen door using a shotgun, killing her immediately. buy azithromycin generic https://blackmenheal.org/wp-content/languages/new/generic/azithromycin.html no prescription
Steve Neavling lives and works in Detroit as an investigative journalist. His stories have uncovered corruption, led to arrests and reforms and prompted FBI investigations.
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