From trending hashtags to circulating an online campaign to increase media coverage, social media users are demanding answers in the case of Jelani Day, a 25-year-old Black graduate student who went missing in August before washing up in a river a week later.

The case took a twisted turn last week when the Chicago Sun-Times reported that an independent pathology report, commissioned by the family, found that some of Day’s organs and body parts were missing, seemingly contradicting an official autopsy. While Day’s family have not publicly addressed the contradictions, his mother clarified Monday that Day’s organs weren’t missing—but she nevertheless suspects foul play and is furious with the lack of media attention.

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