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District Attorney George A. Thompson announced yesterday that he will conduct an inquest "sometime next week" into the cause of death of Jeremiah Brickman 2L. Brickman died October 28 fom a sub-dural homorrhage and a skull fracture supposedly received October 26.
Thompson said that he received a report from Law School Dean Griswold and vice-Dean Livingston Hall on the death; the district attorney has asked State police to "look further into certain details" of the report. Then he will request the District Court for an inquest.
However, Thompson stated that he still does "not have any evidence that would lead him to suspect foul play."
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