MOSCOW -- Russia's children rights ombudsman on Tuesday lashed out at U.S. authorities, denouncing as "hasty and biased" an autopsy report into the death of a 3-year-old Russian boy adopted by a West Texas couple.Max Alan Shatto, 3, died Jan. 21 at an Odessa hospital. His autopsy was performed by the Tarrant County medical examiner's office.The autopsy report released to the Odessa American this week said that Max had more than 30 bruises and other marks on his body that indicated that he was routinely injured by accident. His parents, Alan and Laura Shatto, told investigators that Max often injured himself.Pathologists could not find the specific injury that caused the internal bleeding leading to the boy's death, which was ruled accidental. An Ector County grand jury declined to indict the parents, who also adopted Max's half-brother, Kristopher.The ombudsman, Pavel Astakhov, said that Russia wants the Shattos to face justice. Russia "cannot accept this probe and its results as final and objective," Astakhov said.He said American authorities have not forwarded him the report.Max died Jan. 21 after Laura Shatto found him unresponsive outside their home in Gardendale.