MYSTERY: More media question story about Carey shooting

(WND Exclusive) -- For nearly six months, WND has reported on the unanswered questions concerning the  death of 34-year-old Miriam Carey, who was killed by Secret Service and Capitol Police in a car chase outside the White House and fled toward the Capitol building.

WND has reported the puzzling circumstances of her deaththe chaos when she diedclaims that she was innocent of crimes and an analysis that the shooting constituted murder.

Now, WJLA-TV in Washington, D.C., is highlighting the autopsy report released in the case indicating Carey was not on drugs.

The autopsy report supports allegations that the officers mishandled the case.

Members of Carey’s family have argued that police did not need to kill Carey. They insist that the officers who shot her should be prosecuted.

They cite the autopsy report showing the woman was struck by five shots, including four in the back or the back of her head.

Carey family attorney Eric Sanders told the station: “They know they blew it and they essentially killed an unarmed woman. That’s why we’re not hearing anything about it.”

Sanders said: “She was here like any other citizen, and now she’s dead.”

WND was first to report several days ago that Carey was shot in the back of the head by U.S. Capitol Police officers and uniformed Secret Service agents Oct. 3, 2013.

The official police investigation still has not been released. But Sanders obtained the toxicology and autopsy report, which indicated there were no drugs in Carey’s system, prescription or otherwise, when she was shot dead.

The report was prepared by Dr. Nikki Mourtzinos of the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for the District of Columbia.

After authorities discarded the possibility that it was a terrorist attack, media portrayed Carey as mentally unbalanced, reporting she was taking prescription medications.

Sanders spoke to WND at the Garfield traffic circle, on the edge of the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol, which is where the Carey family believes Miriam was fatally wounded before driving a few blocks further.

Sanders believes the autopsy report support’s the family’s theory, because it showed that Carey was severely wounded in the back of the head. Sanders suspects the head shot was fatal, but adrenaline allowed Carey to drive to Maryland Ave. and Second St., where her car crashed at a Capitol Police guard shack.

The video below shows officers fired at least seven shots at Carey in a crowded public space after they inexplicably failed to block her car at the traffic circle.

It became clear months ago that there was no good explanation for why Carey was shot, and the story disappeared entirely off the establishment media radar.

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