ESPN: The Philly district attorney who decided last wee...

ESPN: The Philly district attorney who decided last week against
charging Marvin Harrison in connection with an April 29 shooting
that left 3 people wounded did so despite being in possession of a
statement from a second victim who claimed he saw the Colts WR
gripping a gun during the altercation, a law enforcement source
said. The statement by Robert Nixon would apparently corroborate
the statement of Dwight Dixon, another shooting victim, and
contradict Harrison, who admits that he was in a fistfight with
Dixon but insists he was unarmed when gunfire erupted outside his
North Philadelphia car wash, Chuckie's Garage, following the
altercation. Three people were injured during the shooting. Dixon
was shot in the left hand. Nixon was struck in his back by one of
the shots that ricocheted up West Thompson Street. A 3rd victim, a
child sitting in a nearby car, suffered an eye injury from
shattered glass. At a news conference on Tuesday, Philly D.A.
Lynne Abraham said she would not bring charges against Harrison,
citing a lack of credible witnesses.

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