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Medical Examiner Releases Autopsy Report For Carina Saunders

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Police found Carina Saunders' dismembered body on October 13, 2011. Police found Carina Saunders' dismembered body on October 13, 2011.
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The Oklahoma Medical Examiner's Office has released the autopsy of murder victim Carina Saunders, and it lists some disturbing details about what was done to the teen's body.

Saunders' body was found in a field behind a Bethany grocery store on October 13, 2011. The medical examiner ruled her cause of death as "violent death" and the manner of death homicide. According to the autopsy, Saunders' body was dismembered. The body parts were wrapped in plastic wrap and placed in a laundry bag and a duffle bag.

Read autopsy report. WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT

The medical examiner used dental records to identify the 19 year old.

Police say Luis Ruiz and Jimmy Massey killed Saunders. Both men have been arrested and charged with first-degree murder.

7/23/2012 Related Story: Two Accused Killers Charged With Murder Of Carina Saunders

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