Officer Diana Browne testified that, once the shooting ended and she moved in to handcuff the suspect, Davis told her, "You should have killed me, I didn't have any bullets in my gun." An expert with the department later testified that prints from Davis' right palm and middle finger were found on the handle of the weapon. The clip was indeed empty, according to testimony from one of the department's investigators, with no rounds discharged. But the officers' telling was far from air-tight. There were some holes, and outright contradictions, in their account of what happened in the summer. Since the shooting in June, Holsey, activists, and Davis himself have asserted that police chased the wrong man, that Davis was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time.