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Nov 10, 2016

Was Zebedee Loague’s Death the Result of a Seizure or Fatal Attack?

Last Monday, on October thirty-first, at around ten-thirty, police discovered a man on the pavement on Central American Boulevard, Belize City with head injuries. According to police, he was suffering from seizures and was taken to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital for medical treatment. But it was not until four days later that the aunt of thirty-four-year-old Zebedee Sebastian Loague was notified that he had been hospitalized in a critical condition. He underwent several surgeries, but on Wednesday morning, Loague passed away inside the Intensive Care Unit of the K.H.M.H. News Five spoke this afternoon with Maria Loague via phone about the sudden death of her nephew. She believes that Zebedee was attacked and hit multiple times to the head.


On the Phone: Maria Loague, Aunt of Deceased

“They beat him, they knocked him the side of his head and it was from the thirty-first of October he was in there and we didn’t get a message until Friday, that was the fourth.”


Duane Moody

“What is the information that you got so far? Who beat him?”


Maria Loague

“We don’t know. We don’t know because the hospital told me that the BERT Ambulance took him there. They had to do an emergency operation on him and when they cut open his head, they found blood clotting on his brain. He had already received damage because of how long he was on the ground. And that was from Monday he was at Karl Heusner. They do an autopsy on him yesterday morning, around one o’clock yesterday afternoon.”


Duane Moody

“What is the postmortem showing as the cause of death?”


Maria Loague

“Well they told me that he died from a fractured skull.”


While police say that he suffered from a seizure, the family maintains that he was attacked in proximity to his apartment on Central American Boulevard.

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