Monday, August 15, 2011

Jori Lirette: Disabled Child Decapitated

THIBODAUX, La. -- A memorial of balloons, stuffed animals, flowers, angel wings and other features stand promimently displayed in front of the house where a disabled Jori Lirette was killed Sunday, Aug. 14.

Law enforcement personnel have said that Jeremiah Lee Wright, 30, father of the boy, has confessed to the killing, which included bludgeoning Jori and dismembering his body before the remains were left in a garbage can in front of their 7th Street home. The body parts had been wrapped in plastic.

Jori's head had been left by the side of the road for his mother, Jesslyn Lirette, to see but police arrived first and removed it, according to media reports, which also said Wright was still near the home when a passing motorists saw the boy's head and called police.

Jori, 7 years old, suffered cerebral palsy, was wheelchair bound, and had a feeding tube and limited speech. He attended South Thibodaux Elementary School.

Read other stories to find out the reasons why and what is expected to happen to Wright, who has been charged with first-degree murder.

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