[Ed. – Let’s get all the facts. This sounds pretty one-sided. Meanwhile: seriously. Has any police department been more hapless?]
According to the Riverfront Times, the bullet that doctors removed from Mya Aaten-White’s head in August has vanished and police claim she was gunned down by unknown assailants in a drive-by shooting.
On the night of August 12, Aaten-White says she was leaving an event in Ferguson in support of Michael Brown and remembers a group of people walking in front of her, then everyone diving for the ground as shots rang out.
“Oh my God, you’re shot in the head,” she remembers someone saying. A group of young men carried her to a house where they called 911. …
Now, Ferguson police are trying to blame those men for shooting her, calling the incident a drive-by shooting in which Aaten-White…was caught in the crossfire. Witnesses, however, claim that the volley of bullets came from Ferguson police.
Aaten-White was conscious in the ambulance, taking a selfie that went viral. Then in the hospital, doctors debated about whether it was safe to remove the bullet from her skull, which had stopped a bare millimeter from her brain.
When Aaten-White woke up from surgery, she repeatedly asked medical personnel when the police were going to come and interview her about the incident. No one came.
When she asked who has custody of the key piece of evidence in her case, the bullet, no one could tell her what happened to the slug they pulled from her forehead.