Sushant Singh Rajput Murder: New revelations by CFSL, no murder evidence found.

Use of both hands and partial hanging evidence found. If sources are to be believed, the CFSL analysis report has found that Sushant must have hanged using both hands.

Sushant Singh Rajput Murder: New revelations by CFSL, no murder evidence found.
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  • The official announcement of this report can be made by the CBI in one to two days.
  • After recounting the crime scene, CFSL found Sushant's death by hanging

Actor Sushant Singh Rajput's death seems to be solved now. According to CFSL or Central Forensic Science Lab sources, no foul play has been found in Sushant's death. After recreating the crime scene in the flat in Bandra, the CFSL found that Sushant died due to hanging. The CFSL has given this report to the CBI team. However, it can be officially confirmed by the investigating agency in one to two days.

According to the report, this is a 'partial hanging'

In the report, it has not been called 'partial hanging'. This means that the deceased's leg was not completely in the air. That means, his leg was touching to the ground or was hunged by something like bed or stool. The CFSL has prepared the report after recreating the crime scene in Bandra flat and strength testing of fabric hanging from the fan.

Sushant hanged himself using both his hands

If sources are to be believed, the CFSL analysis report has found that Sushant must have hanged using Ambidextrous. He used his right hand to hang himself. The position of the ligature mark on the neck is also mentioned in the analysis report. Only the right hander can be hanged in this way. The report also says that the clothes recovered from his room have been used for hanging.

CFSL has added these points in its report.

  • Applied Force Amount: The amount of pressure on the neck after hanging.
  • Duration of Applied Force: How long the man was alive after the noose on his neck.
  • Area of ​​Applied Force: How much of the throat was affected by the noose.
  • Analysis of force distribution: Analysis of the force on the neck due to sudden hanging