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J. Capri autopsy results "in shrouded secrecy", family concerned Featured

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  Family members are seriously concerned that the results of the autopsy performed on the body of J. Capri last Saturday have not been released to the police, or the family.   

 

"We need to find out what is going on, the whole thing is in shrouded secrecy, all now I can't hear anything about the results of the autopsy, the police caan get it, I just went to the Matilda's Corner police station, and nobody caan get it. Why all the secrecy around this autopsy? It was performed on Saturday. I feel something is going on, but I am going to focus on burying my little girl. What is in the dark must come to light," Kenneth Phillips told one876 today. 

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