Feds help family search for justice . . .
The FBI said as part of a continuing federal investigation into the death of Alonzo Brooks, his body was exhumed and taken to Dover Air Force Base for examination. The examiner’s report concludes that the case was a homicide. “We knew that Alonzo Brooks died under very suspicious circumstances,” said Acting U.S. Attorney Duston Slinkard. “This new examination by a team of the world’s best forensic pathologists and experts establishes it was no accident. Alonzo Brooks was killed. We are doing everything we can, and will spare no resources, to bring those responsible to justice.”
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KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The death of a Kansas man whose body was found in a creek in La Cygne, Kansas, in 2004 was a homicide, according to a new report by a federal forensic examiner.