Jelani Day's family suspects "foul play" and has ordered a third autopsy amid reports that the missing grad student's body was found missing vital organs along with his jaw "sawed out."
After Jelani Day’s body had been identified, his mother, Carmen Bolden Day, was not immediately allowed to view the body, which she discovered was missing virtually all its organs after a second autopsy was performed at the family’s request.
Dr. Bennet Omalu resigned his chief forensic pathologist position in San Joaquin County, California and accused the sheriff of interfering with his work to protect his officers.
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