The latest autopsy found that someone was beheaded.
According to the Associated Press on December 6, an American soldier from the Fort Bragg base was found dead on a coast in North Carolina this summer. The latest autopsy found that he was “beheaded”.
According to the report, according to the Department of Forensic Pathology of the Brody School of Medicine of the University of East Carolina, the sergeant named Enrique Roman-Martínez died in his killing, but the cause of his death has not been determined, because only his head has been examined for the time.
“While the beheading itself is generally fatal, in this case, the rest of the body [of the deceased] cannot be examined, so other potential causes of death cannot be ruled out,” the department said in its report. The department said that the autopsy findings included “evidence of multiple head cuts” and at least two chin fractures.
Roman Martinez, 21, a paratrooper of the 82nd Airborne Division of the United States Army, disappeared on May 23 this year, when he was on Memorial Day holiday weekend, camping with his friends on the Cape Cowang National Coast.
According to the US Mission and Target website on December 6, the local police searched for 10 days after Roman Martinez disappeared until a “human remains” were washed on the beach.
The U.S. military has said that it offered a reward of $25,000 to find clues to the murder of Roman Martinez, but no one has been arrested so far.