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The family of Rasheen Carter is calling for a federal investigation into his death after the results of his autopsy were revealed.

The 25-year-old father went missing in September of last year and his body was found in Taylorsville and Smith County one month later.

National civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump has joined the family in their pursuit of justice, claiming that a “lynch mob of white people” chased and murdered Carter.

According to Carter’s mother, he had received a text message from someone he worked with who he believed was responsible for any harm that may come to him.

Three truckloads of people were reportedly chasing Carter before he tried to seek help from the police.

After the autopsy, it was discovered that Carter’s head had been severed from his body.

The Smith County Sheriff has stated that he wants those responsible for any foul play in Carter’s death to be brought to justice.

Crump has written a letter to the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division asking for authorities to investigate the case.

The family and Crump are seeking justice for Carter’s death and are hoping that a federal investigation will bring closure to the case.

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