Ali Mohammed’s Family Requests Autopsy Report

Above: Ali Ahmed Mohammed’s parents are asking for more
details from the District government about their son’s death.

Tadias Magazine
News Update

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Washington, D.C. – The family of Ali Ahmed Mohammed, the young man who died outside the DC9 bar in October, has requested for a copy of the autopsy report from the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Washington City Paper reports.

According to the paper: “The family of Ali Ahmed Mohammed wants more details from the District government about how Mohammed died outside DC9 on Oct. 15. A source close to the family tells City Desk Mohammed’s relatives have requested his autopsy report from the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. OCME spokesperson Beverly Fields couldn’t immediately confirm the request, but says, ‘That would be routine. I wouldn’t be surprised if they had’…The medical examiner reported last week that Mohammed’s death was a homicide, with heart trouble, alcohol, physical exertion and restraint among the contributing factors.” Read more.

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