DAILYKENN.com -- Casey Chadwick last summer after being stabbed 15 times in her face and neck.
Arrested for the crime is Jean Jacques who is being tried for Chadwick's murder.
There is no international media circus as surrounded the self-defense death of Trayvon Martin in 2012.
The crime occurred in New London, Connecticut.
Casey Chadwick received 15 slash and stab wounds to her neck and face, according to a medical examiner who examined her after her June 15 slaying.
Dr. Gregory Vincent, of the state Chief Medical Examiner’s Office, testified Friday on the fourth day of the murder trial of Jean Jacques in New London Superior Court.
Vincent, who performed a June 16 autopsy on the 25-year-old Norwich woman, said a deep stab wound on her neck cut two major blood vessels and led to her death.
He said that with her jugular vein and carotid artery cut, Chadwick lost at least 40 percent of her blood, and she would have been unconscious within 30 seconds to a minute after the stabbing and dead in minutes after losing consciousness.
Vincent’s testimony was accompanied by graphic photos of Chadwick taken during the autopsy. Chadwick’s mother, Wendy Hartling, who was in the courtroom along with about a dozen other of Chadwick’s family members and friends, buried her head in her hands as the photos were displayed on a screen.
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