BALTIMORE (WJZ) – Kalim Satterfield, the Baltimore man charged in the murder of a former University of Maryland football player, was found not guilty by a jury Thursday.
Satterfield’s attorney argued that he was misidentified by witnesses.
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Police found David Mackall Jr, 28, shot in the torso and head in West Baltimore on May 29, 2019. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
About a month later, Satterfield was charged with first- and second-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault, and multiple handgun violations in Mackall’s death.
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Mackall, who is also from Baltimore, originally acted as a prep for the University of Maryland and played on special teams in 2010. He played for the University of Delaware for three years. He went to Gwynn Park High School.
Mackall is also a former Edmondson High School football player. Former Edmondson head coach Dante Jones said in 2019 that Mackall was “always fun” and “tense with the game.”
Mackall also played basketball and lacrosse at Edmondson.
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“He was just working to raise his son,” Jones said. “That’s all he talks about, his kids, being a good father.”
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