Detroit Police Chief Ralph Godbee Jr. met the press yesterday to give the po-po’s “official” account of 25-year-old Adaisha Miller shooting death. The Chief said Miss Miller was dancing with Officer Issac Parrish. She was positioned behind him and “touched his waist.” Godbee reckons Miss Miller pulled the trigger through the soft Neoprene holster on the officer’s right side. Miller was killed by a single shot from the cop’s .40 caliber Smith & Wesson M&P—which wasn’t equipped with an external safety. “In most incidents, a weapon does not go off without the trigger being engaged in some manner,” Godbee admitted. What’s missing from this version: how a holstered gun can shoot up and backwards. Godbee ignored a question asking if the cop had been breathalyzed. Pending the results of an internal investigation, Godbee reckons we’re done here. “[The shooting was] not intentional at all,” Godbee said, extending his condolences to Miller’s family.