Attorneys Release Quawan Charles Toxicology Report

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"We obtained the results of the toxicology report conducted in conjunction with the independent autopsy the Charles family commissioned in their attempt to find the truth surrounding the death of Quawan."

Posted: Jan 19, 2021 9:10 AM
Updated: Jan 19, 2021 9:24 AM

Attorneys released the Toxicology Report of Quawan Charles and issued the following statement:

You can view the full toxicology report by clicking here.

We obtained the results of the toxicology report conducted in conjunction with the independent autopsy the Charles family commissioned in their attempt to find the truth surrounding the death of Quawan. Both THC and Ethanol were located in Quawan’s system, however no other chemicals were found. Our investigators were told by members of the Irvin family and their inner circle that Quawan was high on a hallucinogens, which may have been the reason Quawan left the Irvin residence on foot and never returned. This emphatically proves that they were lying in an attempt to cover up what happened to Quawan.

Further, this likely proves that Quawan’s death was not the result of an accident or gross negligence, but intentional. Quawan’s cause of death is still drowning. If Quawan died in the sugar cane field he could not have drowned in water “ankle” deep without human intervention, as drug use being a contributing factor has been minimized if not completely ruled out. If he did not drown in that sugar cane field then additional questions must be answered. Where did he drown at? Why was he moved and dumped in the sugar cane field? And most importantly who was involved in his death and cover up?

Yours in Justice,

Attorneys for the Charles Family

Ronald Haley

Chase Trichell

Dedrick A. Moore

Ryan Thompson

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