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Ethan Liming Who Was Beaten to Death Outside of LeBron’s I Promise School Had a Broken Neck and Shoe Imprint in His Chest

There is a new update on the teen named Ethan Liming who was beaten to death at a high school founded by the Lakers’ LeBron James. According to the autopsy report, he suffered a broken neck and had a ‘shoe imprint in his chest wall’ when he died.

The Daily Mail got the details;

The 17-year-old who was beaten to death at a school founded by LeBron James suffered a broken neck and had the imprint of a shoe in his chest wall, a preliminary autopsy report has revealed.

The report released by the Summit County Medical Examiner (SCME) in Ohio documented the gruesome injuries Ethan Liming endured during his final moments in the parking lot of the I Promise school in Akron. The report also revealed blunt force trauma to the head.

The teen’s occipital bone, the major bone that connects to the cervical spine and protects the brain, had been broken, Akron Beacon Journalreported.

Amy Schaefer, one of the investigators at the SCME office told she was unable to provide further details on the case.

‘The investigation is still going on. The autopsy results and the death certificate are  pending and have not yet been finalized and could take several weeks,’ Schaefer said.

The preliminary autopsy also indicated that Liming had a black eye and a head laceration. A shattered cell phone was also found near Liming’s body, the news outlet reported.

On June 11, Donovon Jones, 21, and brothers Deshawn Stafford Jr., 20, and Tyler Stafford, 19, were arrested by US Marshals and Akron police officers in Liming’s death, authorities said.

On June 13, they pleaded not guilty at their arraignment in Akron Municipal Court. They have all been charged with murder and felonious assault, an Akron Municipal Court clerk told on Tuesday.

They are being held on $1 million bond at the Summit County Jail. The heinous act took place on June 2 when Liming, along with several friends, reportedly began shooting a water gel gun at people playing basketball near the I Promise School.

The school was founded by LeBron James in 2018 for at-risk kids.

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