Autopsy of Charles Leiter

Notable results of the autopsy of Charles Leiter.

The deceased did suffer a massive heart attack.

The gut flora was all dead, for unknown reasons.

The optic nerves had been burned, and were blackened and withered.

The eyes had been, for lack of a better word, boiled, becoming nothing more than whitish-gray masses of clotted, colorless tissue.

The body, at time of death, had evidently been wracked by violent muscle contractions and organ failure.

Conclusions: His heart did fail, but that does not explain everything. Perhaps chemicals?

Autopsy of Charles Leiter

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