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(NEWSER)– More documents previously held back, including a Justice Department-mandated autopsy, trickled out yesterday from the grand jury that declined to indict Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, the AP reports.

The autopsy conducted by the Armed Forces Medical Examiner System had similar findings to both the private autopsy commissioned by the Brown family and an autopsy conducted by the St. Louis County medical examiner: namely, that Brown "died from multiple gunshot wounds," with "severe injuries of the skull, brain, and right chest"; it mentioned the chest injury may have been an exit wound from a bullet that went into Brown's arm or forehead, as shown in the document on Mother Jones. The "strong likelihood" of soot at the site of the injury on Brown's right hand was also presented as an indication of a close-range shot.

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