Alonzo Brooks’ Death Ruled A Homicide After Almost 17 Years

In 2004, Alonzo Brooks went missing after attending a party with friends. More than 16 years later, his death was ruled a homicide after federal authorities exhumed his body to investigate his death as a possible hate crime. Brooks’ body was exhumed last July from a Topeka cemetery and transported to Dover Air Force Base for an examination by by the Armed Forces Medical Examiner. “We knew that Alonzo Brooks died under very suspicious circumstances,” said Acting U.S. Attorney Duston Slinkard in a news release. “This new examination by a team of the world’s best forensic pathologists and experts…

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