Autopsy inconclusive in death of Blackfeet boy
An autopsy has failed to determine conclusively the cause of death for a two-year-old boy from the Blackfeet Nation of Montana.

The autopsy of James Many White Horses found several signs of skeletal injuries, including a skull fracture. But a state medical examiner couldn't say how the boy died.

Summer Many White Horses, the boy's mother, faces trial on deliberate homicide and other charges. She pleaded not guilty.

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Autopsy fails to reveal cause of death of Many White Horses toddler (The Great Falls Tribune 1/31)
Judge rules Many White Horses' initial interview can be used during trial (The Great Falls Tribune 1/31)

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