Autopsy photo MC Does 64-68 Autopsy photo MC Does 64-68 Autopsy photo MC Does 64-68 Autopsy photo MC Does 64-68
was part of a commingled mass of dismembered and decomposed bodies described in the exhibit, Dismembership and Agglutination. The phenomenon was noted on some reports, such as MC Doe 66, with the words: "this body originally emanated from commingled remains formerly annotated as MC 64-68C." These photographs were taken prior to separation of the remains, which in any event, was an imperfect process. They were provided to the Museum from an unofficial source. Click image for full-size photo.

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Summary and Comment: The autopsy report states:

The autopsy cover sheet erroneously states the autopsy was conducted on April 5, 1993, prior to the date of the alleged death.  The autopsists note indications of skull fractures from shrapnel, yet assign the death to smoke inhalation.

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 Report does not remark on the skull fracture from shrapnel wounds.

Summary and Comment: The Inquest Certificate states:

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