sorry for the late response
thankfully, this is not a reletive
but a case i am researching and interested in
hello, thanks very much for your incite
can you explain further what you mean
so you are saying they are releasing the cause, but not the how, because of the criminal nature of the case?
how hard is it to receive that injury, and is it possible for someone to cause that injury on another person by accident? not meaning to kill them?
wold a break of that bone cause asphyxiation?
is there a large range as to how painful or cruel this form of death would be, or is it always a very lengthy and personal attack to cause death
can you explain the difference between choking someone and strangling them
but choking would not usually break that bone, but strangling would
so is it possible for the victim to die from swelling and damage to the throat even if the attacker stopped the attack
and if that were the case, would the medical examiner still descrbe the cause of death in such a way
can you speak to my question about the person dieing from injury after the stanglation even if the attacker stopped the attack
5 minutes is a long time though to hold a person down
and actually deprive oxygen
i think i need more information from the report to really understand what happened
thanks so much
it sounds like we are missing a lot of details
i was hoping she didnt suffer too much, but it sounds like the act was most likely deliberate and painful to endure
i know the police did label it a homicide