(ABC News) – The family of a Michigan woman who was shot to death outside a home after a car accident isdemanding a conviction for the shooter, who has been neither arrested nor charged, as the woman’s autopsy results show that she died from a gunshot wound to the face.
Renisha McBride, 19, died early on the morning of Nov. 2 in Dearborn Heights, Mich.
“The family is more concerned in getting a conviction after he’s charged than just getting him charged,” McBride family attorney Gerald Thurswell told ABCNews.com today. “The only way justice will be served is by getting a conviction, not just by filing charges.”
Thurswell said he believes the prosecutor is reconsidering the request for a warrant. He said the prosecutor is reviewing the request and asking for toxicology reports on McBride, more ballistic information and McBride’s cellphone records.