Autopsy For Georgia Woman’s ‘Suicide’ Reveals Extensive Injuries Previously Unmentioned

  • Police found a gas cap nearby, scorched wood, burned personal items and the melted remnant of a plastic fuel jug.
  • An autopsy report obtained Monday by the New York Post reveals that the “charring” to her stomach was not a full description of the burns she’d suffered.
  • She had “second- and third-degree burns involving 80% of the total body surface area,” leaving her with “charred leathery skin.”
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