Friday, January 19, 2007
Teen keeps bullet in head
Photos by Mark M. Hancock / © The Beaumont Enterprise
Joshua Bush, 18, points to the bullet that remains in his skull at his home in Port Arthur on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2007. Police officials want to have the bullet removed while Bush wants control over how and when it's removed. Police claim the slug is evidence of criminal activity. Bush claims another person shot him with a different calibre handgun than the police seek.
Joshua Bush, left, talks about the bullet that remains in his skull, as his sister Lakisha Bush, right, listens at the Bush home in Port Arthur. Bush plans to have the bullet removed after an upcoming trial and said the bullet slug will exonerate him.
Please read, "Teen says bullet in his head will exonerate him" by Ryan Myers.
UPDATE 13 May 2008: Please also read "Groves teen with bullet in head pleads guilty" by Ryan Myers.