Hall continued to write that a gun found in the woods near the crime scene disappeared and wasn’t tested, Channel 2 reported. She also claimed a forensics sketch matched the description of the man she says shot her.
“I couldn’t understand why and how after being shot, I was (accused) of either shooting myself or protecting someone that shot me,” she wrote. Hall referenced her PTSD throughout the letter, Channel 2 reported, writing that “from day one I have suffered horrible symptoms of PTSD. I continue to ask for counseling.”
But investigators say the letter is a lie.
“The investigation has revealed that there is no, and never was, a suspect shooter at large in Jackson,” GBI special agent Joe Wooten told Channel 2.