Justice for Jake and Ella: NaBloPoMo

Justice for Jake and Ella: NaBloPoMo

Is there a particular public scandal that intrigued you?

The scandal that I’m interested in is a local story about Jake Limberios. He died on March 2, 2012 from a gunshot wound.
The Sandusky County sheriff’s department and the county coroner botched this case. They didn’t save evidence from the scene. The coroner did not even visit the scene. Yet, the coroner ruled the cause of death as a suicide.
There were issues with the witnesses. Some people think they are still hiding the truth. The family and the witnesses were on the Dr. Phil show.
The case has gone to the grand jury. The grand jury ruled that the gun misfired. Currently, there is an investigation into witness tampering.
The coroner also refuses to change the cause of death, which is what the family wants in order to have a small amount of closure. They do not want to tell Jake’s daughter, Ella, that he committed suicide, when he did not.
This case and several others have opened the eyes of local residents to corruption and cover-ups. Many people are tired of the story. Imagine if it were your family member. Would you ever give up looking for the truth?

Newest article in Today’s newspaper:

Link to Justice for Jake website:

Photo: From https://www.facebook.com/JusticeforJakeandElla

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  1. This case bothers me also. I hope someday, they find the truth, but it doesn’t look promising. What suprises and bothers me most, is Sandusky County, the AG, and the coroner. Such terrible injustice, and no one willing to help. I have NO faith in the system at all. I pray some day, Jake’s family and friends, get the justice they have worked so hard for. J4J

    1. I hope so too! It boggles my mind that they want to brush it under the rug. The coroner confuses me the most. Why not just change it after all of the evidence says it’s not suicide?
      I hope that there will be justice.

  2. I would never give up. There is so much corruption and lying and misleading people of the real truth. I don’t believe anything anymore. It’s really sad. Who can we trust?

  3. Wow…I’ve never heard of this case and will be taking a look at the links you posted about it. If this happened to someone in my family you best believe I would definitely want closure. I can’t imagine what the family must be going through. His precious daughter has to grow up with her father. I’m very close to mine, and I’m so happy to have him in my life. I hope they find the truth someday.

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