Alex Murdaugh’s gunshot wounds not self-inflicted, lawyer says

Alex Murdaugh’s gunshot wounds not self-inflicted, lawyer says

An attorney for Alex Murdaugh said on Thursday that the gunshot wound suffered by the South Carolina legal scion was not self-inflicted.

Murdaugh had entry and exit wounds and suffered a skull fracture and brain bleeding when he was shot in Varnville on Saturday – despite an initial report claiming he had no “visible injury,” his attorney Jim Griffin said, according to WIS.

Murdaugh’s shooting apparently at the hands of an unknown gunman drew headlines coming three months after the unsolved double murder of his wife and 22-year-old son.

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An incident report released early Thursday raised even more questions about the incident when a box was checked saying the victim had no “visible injury.”

Later that day, though, the Hampton County Sheriff’s Office released a corrected incident report that showed a box for “yes” was now checked for visible injury and an explanation was added saying “Other Major Injury,” The Post and Courier said.


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