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BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY : AFRO-NIGERIAN " MATTHRW AJIBADE " WAS A STUDENT WHO SUFFERED MULTIPLE BLOWS TO THE HEAD AND BODY AFTER BEING RESTRAINING CHAIR AND TEASER : GOES INTO THE " HALL OF BLACK HEROES "


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Death of student who suffered multiple blows to head and body after being strapped to a prison restraining chair ruled a HOMICIDE
Matthew Ajibade, 22, died in Catham County Jail, Georgia, on January 1 
Was put in a restraining chair after he struggled with officers 
Has been confirmed he died from several blows to the head and body
Nine deputies were fired in connection with the incident last month 
It is still considered an open case and criminal charges could be filed  
By WILLS ROBINSON 
Revealed: The death of Matthew Ajibade, 22, has been ruled a homicide. He died while restrained in police custody in January 
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Revealed: The death of Matthew Ajibade, 22, has been ruled a homicide. He died while restrained in police custody in January 
A 22-year-old college student found dead in restraints at a county jail died from several blunt-force injuries to his head and upper body, a Georgia coroner has said.
Chatham County Coroner Bill Wessinger confirmed Thursday that last month he ruled the death of Matthew Ajibade of Savannah a homicide.
Ajibade was found dead on January 1 in a restraining chair at the Chatham County jail after he struggled with deputies booking him on a domestic violence charge.   
Will Claiborne, an attorney for Ajibade's family, said his parents were 'very distressed' to learn the cause and manner of death from their son's death certificate.
Sheriff Al St. Lawrence last month fired nine deputies in connection with Ajibade's death. 
The sheriff released no findings from the investigations into Ajibade's death, which is still considered an open case as prosecutors weigh possible criminal charges. 
One deputy suffered a concussion and a broken nose, according to the sheriff's office.  
The fired deputies include two supervisors — Cpl. Maxine Evans and Cpl. Jason Kenny — who were suspended after Ajibade died. 
At the time the sheriff's office said new policies implemented since Ajibade's death include security measures to audit the use of stun guns at the jail as well as booking procedures to ensure jail medical staff are notified immediately when a detainee requiring medication arrives. 
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Frederick Burke
Jason Kenny
Maxine Evans
Fired: Chatham County Sheriff Al St. Lawrence fired (from left to right) Frederick Burke, Jason Kenny, and Maxine Evans. Kenny and Evans were both supervisors 
Police arrested Ajibade after responding to a call and finding his girlfriend with a bruised face and a bloody nose. Savannah-Chatham County police said Ajibade was holding the woman and refused to release her when officers tried to separate the couple. 
The woman gave police a bottle of pills prescribed to Ajibade before they took him away. Attorneys for Ajibade's family say he suffers from bipolar disorder. 
'The fact that nine people were fired tells us how terrible this incident was,' said in a written statement at the time. 
'But the family still has no answers about what happened to Matthew.' 
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Nine deputies fired over death of student Matthew Ajibade
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Eric Vinson
Christopher Reed
Burt Ambrose
Terminated: Also fired were (from left to right) Eric Vinson, Christopher Reed, and Burt Ambrose
Paul Folsome
Abram Burns
Andrew Evans-Martinez
Let go: Among the fired deputies were (from left to right) Paul Folsome, Abram Burns, and Andrew Evans-