A South Carolina teen’s family is still searching for answers two years after the 16-year-old boy died at a wilderness camp for non-violent offenders.
Del’Quan Seagers, who was in state care after violating probation for a shoplifting charge, officially died of asthma in November 2015, but his family disputes the coroner’s claim.
“He had asthma but it wasn’t severe asthma,” Del’Quan’s mother Shadeama Seagers tells CBS News.
Shadeama Seagers and other family members believe that Del’Quan was beaten at the camp. And a state audit determined the Department of Juvenile Justice “did not properly” look into allegations that the teen’s death “involved foul play,” according to CBS News.
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