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ERIE COUNTY, Ohio – Dozens of people held a peaceful protest at an Erie County cemetery as the body of a 19-year-old man was exhumed for the second time.
Michael Limberios knelt on his son, Jacob’s, grave, circled by dozens of friends, loved ones and complete strangers, as the heavy machinery rolled closer to exhume the body of Jacob “Jake” Limberios by order of the Sandusky County coroner.
“It makes me absolutely sick that people would do this to a family, that Sandusky County has no heart,” Jake’s brother, Michael Limberios, Jr., said.
Instead of physically blocking the workers from digging up Jake’s body, as initially planned, the crowd stood aside.
“If it doesn’t happen today, it will happen tomorrow,” Shannon Limberios said.
Jake was shot in the head in March of 2012, at a home in Clyde in Sandusky County.
The Sandusky County Sheriff’s Office did…
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