Topic: Maxim Kuzmin Case
WASHINGTON, March 1 (RIA Novosti) - An autopsy and medical examiner’s report on the cause of death for a 3-year-old Russian boy who died at the home of his adoptive parents in Texas on January 21 has been completed, Ector County Sheriff Mark Donaldson told RIA Novosti Friday.
The sheriff scheduled a joint press conference “regarding the Max Shatto case” along with Ector County District Attorney (DA) Bobby Bland for 2 p.m. CST (2000 GMT) Friday in Odessa, Texas.
“Don’t infer anything from us having a DA there,” Donaldson said, when asked if the presence of a District Attorney, the public prosecutor, was an indication there would be criminal charges in the case.
Max Shatto, also known by his Russian name Maxim Kuzmin, and his younger brother were adopted by Alan and Laura Shatto of Gardendale, Texas in November.
An ambulance was called to the family home where emergency workers found the boy unresponsive on the afternoon of January 21. He was transported by ambulance to a hospital and died a short time later.
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