also told reporters that police are not treating the murder as a hate crime.
"We have explored that possibility and we don't have any evidence to corroborate that," he
"As the investigation goes forward, if that comes up again we will investigate that," suggesting that the fight could also have started as a traffic dispute.
"There was a lot of construction on Adelaide. [Skinner] may have been walking in the roadway and bumped into the car and they may have taken offence to that," Gallant
appealed to any other witnesses to come forward, noting that video evidence suggests that a number of taxi drivers may have seen the attack against Skinner as they drove past.
They are all culpable for the assault that happened outside of the vehicle," Gallant
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