Autopsy Exposes the Truth Behind 11-Year-Old Audrii Cunningham’s Death

Medical examiners determined that Audrii Cunningham, an 11-year-old Texas girl whose body was discovered in a river, died from blunt trauma to the head.

According to the Harris County Medical Examiner’s Office, Audrii’s death was a homicide caused by “homicidal violence,” as found by an autopsy.

The 11-year-old was reported missing on February 15 following her absence from school. Don Steven McDougal, a family friend, was deemed a person of interest in the girl’s abduction and arrested on an unrelated assault allegation.

At a press conference on Monday, Polk County Sheriff Byron Lyons stated that McDougal was the last person to see her. According to Lyons, McDougal would occasionally take Audrii to school and acknowledged leaving the house with her that day.

Autopsy Exposes the Truth Behind 11-Year-Old Audrii Cunningham's Death

Lyons also claimed that McDougal was affiliated with the Aryan Brotherhood, one of the United States’ oldest and deadliest white supremacist prison gangs, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Audrii’s body was found on Tuesday. McDougal was charged with capital murder in connection to the girl’s death.

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According to criminal documents acquired by KHOU News, authorities discovered Audrii’s body in the Trinity River, attached to a large boulder.

Police said the rope was similar to one found in McDougal’s car during a previous traffic encounter.

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Audrii’s mother, Casey Matthews, told KHOU that her daughter was “a great child who was smart.”

“She should be at home where we know she’s safe, and she’s warm, and she’s fed, and she should be with her little brother,” Mr. Matthews added. “She should be doing what Audrii does ― smiling, laughing, making everybody else smile and laugh.”

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