The American Marshals Service imprisoned three people accused of having beaten the 17-year-old high school student Ethan Liming to death in front of the school that LeBron James funded in June.
These three males killed Liming and bragged about that in school to friends.
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Sources tell WKYC they and their family members were allegedly bragging about killing Liming, leading witnesses to tip off law enforcement https://t.co/CQ1kXchTx2
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Reports claim that Ethan Liming tried to calm the situation, but he got jumped and hit the head from behind. But, the suspects broke his neck.
From the police report, we can see that the suspects took Liming’s car and stopped his friends from driving him to the hospital.
He was declared dead in the parking lot.
The three men stomped on his chest so hard and left a shoe print on his chest. And on Friday, one Ohio Grand Jury indicted the three suspects on lesser charges after they killed Liming.
The New York Post covered this story:
The three young men accused in connection with the alleged beating death of Ohio teenager Ethan Liming have been indicted on lesser charges related to the fatal fight.
A grand jury in Summit County, Ohio, indicted brothers DeShawn and Tyler Stafford, ages 20 and 19, respectively, and their 21-year-old cousin, Donovon Jones, in connection with the early June incident fight that was allegedly started over the use of a water-bead gun.
Court papers from earlier this week show the grand jury indicted DeShawn Stafford on two counts of involuntary manslaughter – felonies in the first and third degree, respectively – and one count each of first-degree assault and fourth-degree aggravated assault.
Tyler Stafford was indicted on single counts of first-degree involuntary manslaughter and first-degree assault, while Jones was indicted on two counts of first-degree assault, records show.
Attorneys representing each of the three men did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment and additional information.