The body of the teenager who died at a Panama City Boot Camp is going to be exhumed.
Officials are digging up his body Sunday for another autopsy.
That is the same day the Florida NAACP will hold another meeting to discuss the investigation.
Relatives of the 14-year-old are disputing results of the first autopsy that says Anderson died of a blood disorder.
The incident was captured on a security camera and shows the teenager being kneed and dragged.
Anderson passed out during the ordeal and was taken to a hospital where he died the next day.
Another medical examiner and a former New York City pathologist will conduct the new autopsy.
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