Forensic team reveals status of slain cop’s second autopsy

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Indonesian Forensic Doctors Association (PDFI) chairman Ade Firmansyah Sugiharto. (Source: VIVA/Syarifuddin Nasution)

Jakarta, IO – The forensic team has completed a second autopsy of Brigadier J’s body at Sungai Bahar Hospital, Jambi, Wednesday (27/7). After about 6 hours, the forensic team found several wounds on the body that needed further confirmation.

“In the process, we found several injuries. We still have to carry out further examination to ascertain [the type of wound],” said the Indonesian Forensic Doctors Association (PDFI) chairman Ade Firmansyah Sugiharto, a reported by Viva, Thursday (28/7).

He revealed that the autopsy process focused on the wounds suspected by the family as not being caused by gunshot.

“Of course, it will be checked intravitally. Is it a wound before the incident or after the incident,” he explained.

In carrying out the autopsy, Ade Firmansyah admitted that his party faced several obstacles, among others, Ade said he saw a reddish or brownish color on the corpse that had begun to decompose, so an incision had to be made.