He is the young man police say shot himself, while handcuffed in the back seat of a squad car in Jonesboro.
A group of protesters march through the streets of Jonesboro, chanting.
"Jonesboro, Arkansas stink with injustice," said Maxine Thomas of Commission for Race and Religion.
The group says they are outraged over an autopsy report released Monday by the state crime lab, saying that 21-year-old Chavis Carter's death was caused by a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
And a toxicology report reveals carter had meth along with trace amounts of oxycodone and marijuana in his system.
And in the opinion section, suicide listed as the cause of death.
"We don't believe anything, don't have any confidence in any investigation, any report coming out of Jonesboro police department," said Isaac Richmond, National Director for Commission on Race and Religion.
Authorities claim Carter shot himself in the head after being arrested, searched, handcuffed and placed in the back of a police car on the night of July 29th.
"Our ruling is that their ruling is a cold calculated premeditated lie to deceive."
Jonesboro Police released dashcam video of the night Carter was arrested.
Police also released a reenactment video of how someone could possibly shoot themselves while handcuffed.
"I saw it. It didn't say anything, didn't show anything as to who murdered Chavis Carter, now I understand there are a lot of minutes missing."
The group says that evidence is necessary for the investigation into the death of Carter to be complete.
"So where do you go from here?, they're asked. "We're going to the end of the world to try and put this state on trial for the violation of human rights of African American people," they respond.
We tried to contact the Jonesboro Police and didn't get a response.
On Wednesday, the Reverend Jesse Jackson will hold a news conference in Memphis and Jonesboro at the site of Chavis Carter's arrest.