- Shannan Gilbert disappeared in May 2010; her remains were found in December 2011
- A medical examiner found the cause of her death to be undetermined
- Findings of new autopsy are "consistent with homicidal strangulation," expert says
- Her mother, Mari, says: "She does not deserve to be forgotten"
(CNN)The findings of an independent autopsy on Shannan Gilbert, a New Jersey woman whose disappearance in 2010 led to the discovery of 10 human remains, are "consistent with homicidal strangulation," according to a report released Friday.