Sandra Blnd's Autopsy Revealed No Evidence of Homicide

Authorities said Thursday that the autopsy of Sandra Bland who was found dead in a Texas jail revealed no injuries that would suggest she was killed by someone else. Waller County prosecutor Warren Diepraam said the autopsy showed that the 28-year-old had no defensive injuries on her hands that would typically indicate a struggle. Some lacerations or abrasions were found on her wrists. Those were consistent with a struggle while being handcuffed. Diepraam said, the marks around Bland's neck were consistent with a suicide by hanging.