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-- soccer refereeing is did after police say a teenage goalie punched him in the head.
Over -- foul.
Happen in Salt Lake City or near it a little more than a week ago following the -- the -- city felt dizzy.
He -- set down and threw -- blood.
Doctors say suffered swelling in his brain and slipped into a coma for a week before he died his daughter says the families devastated.
He was the other and he was a French.
-- let the whole family behind it.
And I just want to say that they should think before they do subsistence.
Police are holding a seventeen year old goalie on aggravated assault charges and they say he may soon face more serious allegations.
Al -- -- now but when could we learn about these other charges Adam.
But maybe as soon as tomorrow shepherd the investigators the police department are meeting with the district attorney's office at some point tomorrow to give an exact time to go over the charges.
And go over the information that was your you know what -- they've always been arrested one week ago today he's been in jail basically since last Monday.
-- on aggravated assault charges in juvenile the juvenile center there and you talk.
They have not release his name of course because he's a juvenile but now that he is is potentially going to face murder charges are and that's -- least one of the possibilities.
Will have an idea tomorrow when that comes out.
But what we -- chance to do also is to hear from locals there about how.
They hope this changes their community and how maybe some people take things too far take a listen.
The -- educate educate what.
What violence can do to all our community.
Educate education and helping a -- race.
Working with a police department those are things and give.
Know there have been some reports saw that the refereeing 46 year old volunteered to doing it for a number of years may have been assaulted at other times in other games we don't know that happened in -- there was no clarification.
If that happened in -- are made before you came to the United States but he had told people that he had been.
Assaulted before really -- both verbally and physically.
He in fact -- his daughter -- spoken out on that and did so today said she hopes this leads to more security at sporting events.
She says players had attacked her -- to other times breaking his arms -- say his ribs.
And his legs she says athletes need to remember that soccer is a sport -- to relieve stress.
Not to cause pain.
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