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New forensic reports suggest that Jiah Khan was murdered

Forensic report says fragments of human flesh found under actor's fingernails, which experts say is usually a sign of struggle.



The findings of a forensic report that Mumbai police have strangely ignored so far has raised a strong suspicion that actress Jiah Khan's death could be a case of murder. The Kalina Forensic Laboratory report of August 16, which Jiah's family has now asked the Juhu police team reinvestigating the case to take into account, says that fragments of human flesh were found under Jiah's fingernails and that her underwear had bloods stains, clear signs of struggle before her death.

Jiah was found dead in her Juhu apartment on June 3 this year. According to the police, she hung herself from the ceiling fan in her room. Jiah's mother Rabia Khan, who has all along maintained that her daughter did not commit suicide, has now demanded that her body be exhumed and re-examined. In a letter written to Additional Commissioner of Police (west) Vishwas Nangre Patil, she has accused the police of turning a blind eye to the FSL report and "stage managing" the case. The Juhu police had arrested Jiah's boyfriend Sooraj for abetment a week after her death. He was released on July 2 after the Bombay High Court granted him bail.

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I made a post about her death in June. They found a letter after her death, where it seemed like her abusive POS ex-boyfriend drove her to suicide. He was even arrested at one point. Jiah’s mother always claimed she was murdered.

And now this.
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