Spc. Dedrick Fisher Sr.
Another FuckTard baby Shaker.
http://www.dothaneagle.com/dea/news/...igation/57699/OZARK - Military officials are looking into the death of an infant whose case has been investigated since November, according to authorities.
Dale County Coroner Woody Hilboldt said 5-month-old Dedrick Fisher of Fort Rucker was pronounced dead on Monday morning at Dale Medical Center.
“The manner and the cause of death are pending an autopsy report,” which could take time, Hiboldt said. “There could be all kinds of circumstances.”
Military authorities said Dedrick’s case had been investigated since he was first taken to a hospital in November, though no other details were released.
No charges in his death had been filed as of 3 p.m. Tuesday, according to federal court records. Dedrick is the son of Fort Rucker soldier Spec. Dedrick Fisher Sr.
“The investigation will continue and circumstances surrounding this tragic loss will be released as information becomes available,” according to a press release from the Fort Rucker Public Affairs Office.
http://www.wtvynews4.com/news/headlines/39461092.htmlPre-court-martial hearing held for Fort Rucker soldier
Fort Rucker, AL- Investigating officer Cayla Slusher heard testimony Wednesday in the involuntary manslaughter case of U.S vs Specialist Dedrick Fisher.
Article 32 hearing is a precursor to a general court-martial, one that Fisher would have to face later this year, if the investigating officer feels there was enough evidence to show he played a role in the death of his five-month old son.
There were four witnesses in Wednesday hearing, two appeared and were actually sworn in over the telephone.
Fort Rucker Criminal investigation Division Chief Raymond Massey testified that in Fishers sworn statement last November he indicated that he had shaken the baby.
Birmingham physician and child abuse expert at Children's Hospital, Melissa Peters, said when she examined young Dedrick Fisher Jr. that his injuries were consistent with that of severe inflicted brain trauma, something that can happen when shaking a baby.
After testimony Wednesday the investigating officer over the hearing Cayla Slusher will make a final report once she hears more testimony and gets a final autopsy report from the Department of Forensic Sciences.
The military does not have minimums on sentences it's only determined off of the maximum and the maximum on involuntary manslaughter is 10 years.
http://www.eprisenow.com/ent/news/lo...aughter/58013/FORT RUCKER, Ala. — Fort Rucker officials charged Spc. Dedrick Fisher Sr. with manslaughter Wednesday in connection with the death of his son, 5-month-old Dedrick Fisher, who died Monday, in Dale County Medical Center.
In early November, the Criminal Investigation Division and Fort Rucker Military Police initiated a federal investigation due to the infant’s hospitalization.
Nov. 11, Specialist and Mrs. Fisher transported the infant to the military police station here, after the infant allegedly choked during a feeding and stopped breathing. When the MPs’ resuscitation efforts yielded no results, Dedrick was rushed to Dale County Medical Center where he was revived and then med-evacuated to the Birmingham Children’s Hospital for further care.
As a result of the preliminary investigation, Fisher was charged with assault on a child under 16. Since November, Spc. Fisher has been under a no contact order with the family and was under direct supervision by his chain of command.
Dale County Department of Human Resources were notified and worked with the Fisher Family since November. Additionally, Fort Rucker officials continue to provide support and assistance to the Family through Army sponsored services. SPC Fisher was only allowed to see his son as part of DHR supervised visits.
Fort Rucker officials are seeking pre-trial confinement pending trial.
The next step in the General Court-Martial process is an Article 32 investigation. The purpose of the Article 32 investigation is to inquire into the truth of the matter alleged in the charge, consider the form of the charge, and to make a recommendation as to the disposition of the charge.
U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence Commanding General Maj. Gen. James O. Barclay III serves as the general court-martial convening authority. He will make the final decision regarding whether this case proceeds to Court-Martial.
Funeral arrangements are still being coordinated and will be made public upon completion.
Fort Rucker officials wish to thanks to all Wiregrass and Army service providers for their assistance to the Fisher Family and to community members for their calls of concern in this matter. Since November we have been working closely with the Dale County authorities and DHR and would like to thank them for their cooperation and support with this case.