Moses J. Moseley death, which the cops had believed to be death by suicide may not be so. As the cops are no longer sure the shooting was by suicide.
There has been an investigation into the shooting that led to the death of Moses J. Mosely, the actor in “Walking Dead” movie. It took a dramatic turn recently even though the cops believed he took his own life. A new evidence has suggested otherwise and possibly foul play.
In January 26, Moses J. Moseley’s body was found in his car, with a bullet wound to his head and a gun sitting in his lap. Cops began investigating the death as a possible suicide. Captain Randy Lee of the Stockbridge, GA PD says, “During the preliminary investigation, the potential of the death being a suicide was considered while not ruling out any other possibilities. As investigators progressed, their investigation and more evidence was processed, reviewed and analyzed, other possibilities have presented themselves including accidental.”
According to TMZ news, the family member of Moses J. Moseley said that investigators pointed to evidence of blood splatter, the way the bullet entered Moses’ skull and his grip on the gun as not necessarily aligning with suicide. They also said that, the bullet entered below Moses’ eye and never left his skull, whereas people who shoot themselves usually will put the gun to their temple (and the bullet exits on the other side) or in their mouth. He also had a “loose” grip on the gun, as if someone had put it in his hand.
Moseley’s family believed there was something fishy about his death from the onset. They think possible he had been kidnapped and murdered.
The case is still ongoing, stay glued as we bring you more updates.