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Guzman was listed in critical condition, and Benefield was in stable condition; both men survived the shooting.
Bell pitched baseball for John Adams High School in Ozone Park, and in his senior year he had an 11-0 record, with a 2.30 E. Thinking a shooting was about to take place, an African American plain-clothes officer named Gescard Isnora followed Bell and his companions.
According to the Isnora, the officer who initiated the shooting, claimed later that he saw a fourth man in the car who fled the scene, possibly with the alleged weapon.
It was speculated that one of Bell's friends, Jean Nelson, was the fourth man.
Sean Bell was shot in the New York City borough of Queens, New York, United States, on November 25, 2006.
Three men were shot a total of 50 times by a team of both plainclothes and undercover NYPD officers. He also studied acting in Flushing, Queens and worked odd jobs after the birth of his daughter, Jada, on December 16, 2002.
The attorney representing the Bell family, Nicole Paultre, and the two other occupants of the vehicle who were wounded during the shooting denounced this development, saying, "We expected them to throw dirt at us, and they are throwing dirt at us." NYPD Internal Affairs Bureau detectives say the dealer's tale has no direct bearing on the police shooting of Bell, though some legal experts Attorney General Andrew Cuomo promised to keep a watch on the criminal proceedings.