It’s been nearly a month, and the cause of death of Jameek Lowery, 27, remains a mystery.
Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia Valdes hasn’t said when official autopsy results for the Paterson, N.J. man will be made public, nor has the Lowery family released information on its own private autopsy, the Paterson Press reported.
On Jan. 5, Lowery recorded frantic video of himself stumbling into police headquarters begging for help and complaining of paranoia, saying everyone — including officers — were out to kill him. Hours later, the father of three was rushed to a local hospital, where he died just two days later.
“They try to kill me … he right there,” Lowery, who was bipolar, says in the video streamed on Facebook Live. “I’m just paranoid. That’s it. I’m not touching nobody. I swear to God.”
On Tuesday, officials at the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office said it would review the prosecutor’s findings before releasing any information on Lowery’s death, noting that the oversight is standard protocol in such cases. Meanwhile, the attorneys hired by Lowery’s mother, Patrice King, said a medical review conducted by former New York City medical examiner Dr. Michael Baden won’t be complete until mid-March.
The family suspects Lowery was beaten by Read More