Three Suspects Who Killed Ethan Liming, Stomped On His Chest, Broke His Neck and Took His Car Are Indicted on Lesser Charges
The U.S. Marshals Service arrested three men accused of fatally beating 17-year-old high school student Ethan Liming to death outside the school founded by LeBron James in June.
The three men beat Liming to death and later bragged about it to friends.
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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According to reports, Ethan Liming, whose father is a pastor, tried to calm the situation in the parking lot when he got jumped and hit in the head from behind. The suspects broke his neck.
We learned from the police report that the suspects took Liming’s car and prevented his friends from driving him to the hospital.
Liming was later pronounced dead in the parking lot.
Via Jack Posobiec.
It was later reported that the attackers broke Liming’s neck and Ethan Liming had a shoe print on his chest when he died.
The killers stomped on him so hard they left a shoe print on his chest.
On Friday an Ohio Grand Jury indicted three suspects on lesser charges after killing Liming and stealing his car.
The New York Post reported:
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.
Now imagine for one second if the victim would have been black?