SANTA ANA, Calif.—An autopsy of an Orange County deputy public defender performed in Mexico, where he died while celebrating his first wedding anniversary, characterized his death as an aggravated homicide, an attorney for his family said Feb. 9.
The autopsy done on 33-year-old Elliot Blair, who died last month, showed he sustained 40 fractures to the back of the skull as well as “road rash” on his knees and a toe injury, which indicated he was dragged, attorney Case Barnett said.
The results of the autopsy done in Mexico contradict statements from authorities indicating Blair died from a fall from a balcony at the Rosarito Beach resort where the couple was staying, Barnett said….
Source: The Epoch Times
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