Tyre Nichols Autopsy Shows He Died Of ‘Extensive Bleeding From Severe Beating’, Cities Bracing For Protest After Body Cam Video

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    We’ve been bringing you as many updates as we can about the death of Tyre Nichols at the hands of five Black Memphis police officers and it appears that it is only a matter of time, likely a few days, before the public has the opportunity to see the body camera footage from the officers involved.

    The video was initially set to be released on Monday following the family viewing but was stalled for unidentified reasons. However, sound logic and a little inside insight lead to a pretty reasonable conclusion. More on that in a moment.

    This is who Tyre Nichols was — a talented and dedicated skateboarder with SO much life left to live… He didn’t deserve to be tragically taken from his family and community! We will continue to fight for accountability for you Tyre! #JusticeForTyreNichols pic.twitter.com/hYwMnRRZEA

    — Ben Crump (@AttorneyCrump) January 23, 2023

    According to CNN, Tyre Nichols’ family has done their own independent autopsy and the results of that examination revealed that he died as a result of “extensive bleeding caused by a severe beating” as stated by the preliminary report. Attorney Ben Crump says the full report is not yet ready but will undoubtedly be released for public consumption as soon as possible.

    BOSSIP is told by our sources that the Atlanta Police Department is preparing for protests to break out this weekend once the aforementioned body camera video is public. It stands to reason that Monday’s delay

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