What's going on with the Jacob Limberios case?
The most recent events unfolding in the Jacob Limberios case occurred Tuesday when a visiting judge overseeing the case fired special criminal prosecutor Dean Henry.
Henry's a Tiffin-based attorney previously assigned as the special prosecutor in a criminal investigation revolving around the killing of Jacob Limberios in March 2012.
Henry's exit comes just days after Sandusky County Common Pleas Court Judge John Dewey removed himself from the case. Dewey's the second judge to step aside in this case, joining Sandusky County Common Pleas Court Barbara Ansted.
All three have refused to respond to numerous inquiries about the conflicts of their involvement.
Sandusky County coroner John Wukie originally ruled Limberios' death as a suicide — even though he never visited the scene of the York Township crime — after a bullet penetrated through his skull. Three witnesses at the scene said Jacob accidentally shot himself in the head with his own .357 Magnum.
The explanation didn't make sense to Jacob's family members, who pushed Sandusky County officials to reopen the investigation to figure out what actually happened.
Jacob's parents then exhumed his body in September for an independent autopsy — which concluded Jacob didn't kill himself — and filed a civil lawsuit against Wukie to change his ruling in the death.
In early May, Sandusky County officials ordered another autopsy — two in total on Jacob's body — performed by the Lucas County coroner's office, who upheld Wukie's original suicide ruling.
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