Autopsy

Tyre Nichols' autopsy results are consistent with claims he died from injuries sustained during a "severe beating" from Memphis police, his family's attorneys said.

A grieving family is demanding answers.

Autopsy results show the Grand Rapids cop who shot Patrick Lyoya "pressed" his gun into the back of the unarmed Black man's head while firing a single "contact shot," world-renowned forensic pathologist Dr. Werner Spitz said alongside Ben Crump.

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.

On Wednesday Collin County chief medical examiner, Dr. William Rohr, ruled that Scott's death was a homicide caused by "fatal acute stress response in an individual with previously diagnosed schizophrenia during restraint struggle with law enforcement." 

Autopsy results for Andrew Brown Jr. found police shot him five times, including "a kill shot to the back of the head" in Elizabeth City, North Carolina.

Frederick Cox, 18, was fatally shot in Nov. 2020 by a plainclothes Davidson County deputy after he attempted to usher funeral attendees to safety while shots from a drive-by shooting broke out.

Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump shared the details of the report during a Wednesday news conference, which showed the 22-year-old was shot in the back by La Marque cop Jose Santos on Dec. 9.

Robert Keegan's told authorities that he was struck in the face by Aidan Ellison before he fatally shot him on Nov. 23, but an autopsy proves otherwise.

A private autopsy of the 21-year-old EJ Bradford revealed that Alabama police shot him three times from behind.