(CBS/AP) SAN DIEGO - A family spokesman says James Lee DiMaggio, the man killed during an FBI rescue of 16-year-old Hannah Anderson in the Idaho wilderness, had multiple bullet wounds in his chest and one in the side of the head.
Andrew Spanswick said Wednesday the body of the 40-year-old DiMaggio was flown to Los Angeles. He says DiMaggio's sister, Lora, saw the bullet wounds before the body was cremated Tuesday. An autopsy report is expected Friday.
Hannah Anderson went on social media earlier this week to answer questions about how she was kidnapped, how she survived six days of captivity and how she is dealing with the deaths of her mother and brother, who died in DiMaggio's burning home.
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The postings began Monday night, hours after her father publicly requested that the family be allowed to grieve and heal in private. Her account was disabled Wednesday.
Hannah was kidnapped Aug. 4 by DiMaggio, her father's best friend who was like an uncle to her and her brother, Ethan. DiMaggio had invited the children and their mother, Christina Anderson, 44, to his house in Boulevard, a rural town 65 miles east of San Diego.
Hannah said DiMaggio tied up her mother and brother in his garage. Their bodies were found after a fire destroyed the home. She said she didn't know they had died until an FBI agent told her at the hospital after her rescue Saturday.
Anderson acknowledged being uncomfortable around DiMaggio even before the abduction, saying he once told her that he was drawn to her.
"He said it was more like a family crush like he had feelings as in he wanted nothing bad to happen to me," she wrote in an online post.