Debanhi Escobar returns to her final resting place after being exhumed for third autopsy

After a quick forensic analysis that lasted less than a day, the body of Debanhi Susana was returned to her final resting place for the second time.

The body of the 18-year-old girl, who was found lifeless on April 21, was exhumed on Friday so that a team of independent forensic experts, headed by Guatemalan José Mario Nájera, could carry out a third autopsy to confirm conflicting causes of death presented by the autopsy carried out by the State Prosecutor's Office and an independent review ordered by Debanhi's family.

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