LaVaughn Mosley, the friend Sandra called from jail, has said that he did not notice the two missed calls and message she left, until it was too late. Bland's voicemail says:
Hey, this is me. I’m, um—I just was able to see the judge. I don’t really know. They got me held at a $5,000 bond. I’m, I’m still just at a loss for words, honestly, about this whole process. How this switching lanes with no signal turned into all of this, I don’t know. Um, but I’m still here, so I guess call me back when you can. Bye.
Mosley has expressed guilt for not listening to the message sooner.
I just had to relive everything that had happened, and to hear her voice after I knew she was gone. Part of it was the guilt because I hadn’t listened to it.
Sandra Bland's family has ordered an independent autopsy. The results have not been revealed yet. Meanwhile, Sandra's mugshot is being circulated on the blogosphere with speculation that Sandra may have already been dead in the photo. That, I am not too quick to believe. I'm not an expert, but she does not look dead in the photo to me. She looks very upset, and she looks like she was crying. Also, a second dash cam video was released by ABC showing a different angle: Video.
|Sandra Bland's Buriel|
I didn't know Sandra, and I don't know what happened, but she didn't have to die.
My thoughts exactly. Texas authorities say, Sandra Bland gave inconsistent answers to jailer's questions and any contradictions in the jail documents, were a result of her inconsistencies. However, I believe that authorities had enough information to at least put Sandra on suicide watch. There should have been nothing in her cell. If this was not murder, then it was negligence.
Sources: Associated Press via Yahoo News: Prosecutor: Woman's autopsy revealed no evidence of homicide