• Mollie Tibbetts died from 'multiple sharp force injuries': autopsy

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    Preliminary autopsy reports show that murdered Iowa college
    student Mollie Tibbetts died of “multiple sharp force injuries,”
    according to multiple reports.

    The manner of death was homicide, according to the state medical

    Tibbetts’ accused murderer, Cristhian Bahena Rivera, a 24-year-
    old illegal immigrant from Mexico, is being held in lieu of $5
    million cash-only bail in Poweshiek County Jail.

    The ME released the following update through a statement on
    Thursday, according to the Des Moines Register:

    The Iowa State Medical Examiner conducted an autopsy yesterday,
    August 22, 2018, on the body confirmed to be Mollie Tibbetts,
    and drew some preliminary conclusions.

    The State Medical Examiner determined that the manner of death
    was homicide resulting from multiple sharp force injuries.
    Further examination may result in additional findings. Autopsy
    reports are confidential under Iowa law, except for the cause
    and manner of death. (Iowa Code § 22.7(4)(c)).

    Cristhian Bahena Rivera has been charged in the Iowa District
    Court for Poweshiek County with Murder in the First Degree. Iowa
    courts have established rules limiting the release of
    information regarding an individual who has been criminally
    charged in a state court. The rules are designed to protect a
    defendant’s interests in a fair trial that could be affected by
    media attention to the facts in the case. Court proceedings are
    open to the public, in almost all circumstances, and those
    formal proceedings are the primary method for communicating
    information about the case.

    Given that criminal charges have been filed in state court, the
    Division of Criminal Investigation does not intend to grant
    individual interviews with members of the media, and will
    conduct a limited number of press conferences while the case is
    pending in the Iowa District Court.

    It was also reported on Thursday that Rivera had a connection to
    Tibbetts: he fathered a child with Tibbetts’ former schoolmate.

    Tibbetts went missing on July 18; investigators believe Rivera
    abducted her when he saw her out on a run that day. Her body was
    only found on Tuesday, more than a month after her disappearance.

    https://nypost.com/2018/08/23/mollie-tibbetts-died-from-multiple- sharp-force-injuries-autopsy/

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