Autopsy

Report to the Deputy Attorney General

Inquest

This autopsy photograph of MC Doe was provided to the Museum from an unofficial source.  for enlarged high definition photo.


Identified: Not identified and not listed in identification table from the Justice of the Peace.

I. The May 7, 1993

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Summary and Comment: The September Autopsy Report states:

The coroners did not consider separating the head from the body to be a "tramatic injury."

II. The FBI's October 8, 1993 Report to the Deputy Attorney General on the Events at Waco, Texas (cached)

Summary and Comment: The DOJ Report states:

The FBI did not consider that separating the head from the body might have been a factor in the death.

III. The July 14, 1994

Summary and Comment: The Inquest Certificate states:

The Justice of the Peace did not consider that separating the head from the body might have been a factor in the death.

None of the official bodies remarked on the strange condition of the remains: that is:


Bone chart and medical glossary available on line.
Anomalies in the Forensic Process may also be helpful.