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Gunshot victim died from chest wound

Posted August 23, 2010

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— A man killed in a shooting last month in Linden died from a shotgun wound to the chest, according to an autopsy report released Monday.

Harnett County sheriff's deputies said Christopher Shane Brock shot and killed Michael Wayne Wright, on July 18 after Wright allegedly went to his home and threatened him.

The two had been fighting over an ex-girlfriend, authorities said.

Wright, 29, also suffered from shotgun wounds to the right arm, neck and head, the autopsy, from the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Chapel Hill, found.

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  • tjhiggs68 Aug 24, 2010

    Wow, peoples tolerance is very low lately. This is sad from all aspects.

  • cth1 Aug 24, 2010

    "TWO MEN WAS FIGHTING OVER THIS NOTHING..WILDCAT"

    Wow...you've stooped to a new low!! That's a strong opinion for someone you don't know!! And, the woman isn't always the cause of things like this. I've seen ex-boyfriends that snap just because their ex-girlfriend is with someone else. NOT because she played games with him. It's not your place to judge this girl and if you really felt the way you did about God you would know this!!
    God Bless!!

  • itsmyownopinion Aug 23, 2010

    Twelve out of 20, and WC takes the lead.

  • wildcat Aug 23, 2010

    GOD'S WILL IS EVERYTHING. HAVE A WONDERFUL EVENING ALL. GOOD DAY.

  • wildcat Aug 23, 2010

    I'm saying that if this was god's will then why should you blame the girl?
    boingc

    YOUR CHOICE AND BELIEF.

  • DeathRow-IFeelYourPain-NOT Aug 23, 2010

    wildcat, you're on top of it today. (sarcasm)

  • boingc Aug 23, 2010

    "One never knows how he/she is going to leave this earth. God is still in control. Thank God man is never in control."

    So god is really the one driving my car? No, man is in control of many, but not all aspects of his destiny. I can't stop lighting from striking me in a field, but it is my decision whether to go in the field in a storm or stay in my house. It is my decision to run a red light, and possibly god who would decide whether I lived or died as a result, but my decisions caused the accident in the first place, not god.

  • boingc Aug 23, 2010

    "wildcat -- You don't think this was god's will? boingc

    More than likely. :) Why you ask?"

    Well, wildcat, in your previous statement you said that this girl is bad news and cost this man his life. I'm saying that if this was god's will then why should you blame the girl?

  • wildcat Aug 23, 2010

    NOT WANT CONSTANT SORROW.
    latitude52n

    When the killings stops.

  • DizzyDaphnee Aug 23, 2010

    Four sentences in my book DON'T make a story. This is simply stating FACTS. If there had been more supporting information then I might see the story part.

    Kill today, kill tomorrow, when will we NOT WANT CONSTANT SORROW.

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